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Dogs can sometimes be picky eaters. That’s okay — if you had to gobble down the same dry kibble day in and day out, you might get bored, too.
While some pups get amped no matter what noms they see in their bowl, others need a bit more convincing. That’s where Stella and Chewy’s Magical Dinner Dust food toppers—$15 for 7 ounces (down from $20) come in. Each of the USA-made toppers infuses the benefits of raw nutrition (plus the taste of raw food) to your dog’s meal. But act fast—the deal ends tonight.
The toppers come in four flavors: bacon, beef, chicken and duck. Each adds the same benefits to your pooch’s wellbeing: Namely, improved appetite and digestion, allergy relief, healthy teeth and gums and increased stamina and vitality.
“My dogs (a mini-dachshund and a cockapoo) go CRAAAAAZY for this stuff!” a pet parent shared. “We mix it in with their food and they don’t miss a meal — even my sometimes finicky cockapoo. We have to give our doxie twice daily meds in her food and she will always easily eat her food and gobble her meds when we use Magical Dinner Dust.”
Even dogs that don’t love their dry kibble adore this stuff.
“My dog would rather starve himself and waste away than eat ANY dry food of ANY quality,” a shopper lamented. “I just couldn’t let him do that to himself anymore, so I started buying that refrigerated food you find in certain stores. He enjoys that stuff, but I still had dry food leftover so I gave this a shot. No kidding, it’s the FIRST time I’ve seen him truly enjoy dry food in all his 12 years. No other food topping has ever worked. It actually smells appetizing, too. I’m so happy with this product. Can’t recommend it enough!”
“Great garnish!” says a fan. “My extremely picky miniature dachshund loves just a tiny sprinkle of this stuff on her breakfast and dinner. She sometimes decides she doesn’t like her kibble (after liking it just fine for three months) and just a bit of this on the ‘bad’ kibble gets her eating again! My cat also tries to get into the package.”
In fact, this stuff is apparently so delicious, you don’t even have to sprinkle it over food at all.
“My husband and I both believe that we could sprinkle this over concrete gravel and our dog would still inhale all of it,” one five-star reviewer noted. “This is definitely crack for dogs. It is also more valuable to us than the dog foods that mix kibble and freeze-dried bits, because she literally will eat the freeze-dried bits first and leave the rest ‘til she’s sufficiently hungry.”
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