What's the Difference Between Sundays for Dogs and Other Dog Food Brands?
Sundays's balanced and nutritious chicken and beef meals contain a short list of human-grade meats, fruits and vegetables, whereas traditional kibble brands use feed-grade ingredients, synthetic nutrients and artificial additives. Sunday's fresh food is also air-dried for at least 11 hours and doesn't need to be refrigerated or prepped before serving. (The brand was dreamed up by Dr. Tory Waxman, a practicing small-animal veterinarian.)
For an even more in-depth comparison of other dog food brands (like Blue Buffalo, Merrick and Royal Canine), you can use the site's compare tool, which highlights specific vital differences.
Will My Dog Like It?
In a third-party taste test, Sundays beat out traditional kibble 39 to 0. It apparently has a jerky-like texture and tastes similar to treats. Translation: It'll probably be challenging for even the pickiest dog to resist.
Just take it from this proud dog mom: "Our Aussiedoodle is not motivated by food. His full bowl of kibble would sit around all day, untouched. Our vet commented that he was underweight and that we'd need a new food solution. Enter Sundays and flash forward to the present day. Tasman is at his ideal weight, as healthy as he's ever been and he's absolutely obsessed with Sundays!"
Another reviewer surprisingly shares that the food "smells so good I could eat it myself!" And since every dog eats differently, Sundays lets you customize a plan to fit their diet, taking into account their breed, weight, activeness and most importantly, your budget (prices start at $30 for one box per week, averaging to about $2 per meal, using our code SAVE50).
Your dog doesn't love it? No worries. You get a 14-day money-back guarantee on your first purchase, so you really can't lose.
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