They use all-natural ingredients, the best Colorado-raised beef available and prepare daily in the cleanest of kitchens.
One problem, or challenge, is that Peoplefud makes dog food. But is it tasty enough for people? We'll see. The makers say it's so fresh, they have to freeze it.
The company started after one of its founders, Davyd Smith, lost his second dog to cancer at a relatively young age. Smith started to wonder if their diet might have contributed to their deaths so he began researching dog nutrition.
That allowed him to help out his friend Jon Pagnozzi when his then 14-year old cattle dog, Wylie, stopped eating. The positive results of the new food were amazing and John and Davyd decided to start a business to help other dog lovers and dogs live longer.
Pound for pound (a 15 oz. Beef Stew costs $7 wholesale) Peoplefud is a lot more expensive, but many dog owners say they use it as part of a regular kibble diet, and it ends up costing them only about $30 more a month. You be the judge about the price and take a look at how I judged the taste for myself. For more information, check out www.peoplefud.com.
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