Welcome!In case you're new here and didn't already know, Venus, Mittens, and myself are part of the Chewy Influencer program, which means each month Venus gets to try something new that Chewy has to offer in their online store. Chewy.com has a wide variety of pet food ranging from wet to dry to raw to freeze dried, as well as treats, toys, and other pet supplies for cats, dogs, and more!
For the month of November our family was given the opportunity to try out the Solid Gold Mighty Mini Dog Food. Of the varieties available, we received the Salmon, Lentil, and Green Bean Recipe for our dog, Venus, to try.
Please note that this item is a press sample, received in exchange for an honest review. This does not in any way influence my opinion of this product, but something I want to mention just so my readers are aware.
For our trial we received one 4 pound bag of dry dog food. I love the colored packaging, it looks so fun!
Solid Gold offers a large variety of both dog and cat food on Chewy.com - there are wet and dry food options, as well as options for grain free and other special diets. We chose a Grain Free option due to Venus' allergies, that is also a weight control recipe since she is a bit chunky.
Venus is missing a few teeth in her older age (she unfortunately loves to chew more than she should) but she had absolutely no issue at all chewing these bits of kibble! She weighs about 20 pounds, and these bits are definitely made for tiny mouths ~ even smaller than hers.
Overall she seems to really enjoy this dry food. She has no trouble chewing it, doesn't leave it laying around her bowl (a sign that she's not a fan of the taste), and doesn't whine when there's food in her bowl. I'm very pleased!
Thank you Chewy for allowing us the chance to try this out!
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