This Dog Food Is Made So Well, a Human Could Eat It
LIKE SUNDAY MORNING
The trouble with high-end, homemade-quality dog food has always been the space in the icebox required for fancy, refrigerated grocery store brands. Enter Sundays, a company that gives man’s best friend the quality food they deserve. Sundays was created when a veterinarian and an engineer who were obsessed with finding the perfect food for their own dogs decided to just make it themselves. The goal? An easy alternative to kibble that's healthier and tastier, but doesn’t require you to spend hours researching the proper balance of nutrients your dog needs (and even then, how sure are you that the blog you found is the best source?) before messing up your entire kitchen playing chef.
Using a unique air-drying method that dehydrates food to preserve nutrients and flavor while killing germs, the result features a jerky-like texture (and taste) that’s perfect for picky pups and sensitive stomachs—with zero synthetics, and no fridge, prep, or clean-up required. Sundays is 100% human-grade, which means that all ingredients and preparation meet FDA safety standards that make it fit for human consumption. (Because if you wouldn’t eat it, why feed it to your best friend?) With ingredients you’ve actually heard of—like USDA beef, quinoa, pumpkin, kale, and more—the recipe was designed by scientists and nutritionists, and is vet-approved. And unlike other human-grade dog foods, Sundays is made ready-to-eat, meaning all you have to do is drop it in the bowl.
If lugging heavy bags through the pet store sounds like the last thing you want to do right now, then you’re in luck: Sundays ships in boxes delivered straight to your door. Sundays wants to get its hassle-free, healthy food to as many dogs as possible, so they're offering Daily Beast readers 35% off with code DAILY. Time to spoil your dog rotten fresh!
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