A new brand of dog food has hit the market with ingredients derived from the real dog’s digestive tract.
Stella Dog Food uses all natural ingredients, and it’s the first dog food in the US that’s made with only the human digestive tract and not animal tissue, says Stella.
The brand is called Stella and it sells for $19.99.
Stills from Stella Dog food.
Stelly is the only brand that’s been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the FDA says the brand meets the standard for a pet food to be labeled “animal-based.”
Stella has the lowest amount of animal ingredients of any dog food on the market.
Stellas main ingredient is cow-derived collagen, which is an amino acid derived from collagen that forms the skin and muscle of animals.
The brand claims the collagen has anti-inflammatory properties, antibacterial properties, anti-oxidant properties and anti-bacterial properties.
Sticky Notes says it’s derived from animal-derived proteins, including cow, cow’s milk and sheep’s milk.
But Stella says it only uses animal-based ingredients.
The company also claims it has a longer shelf life than other dog food brands.
It says it can be kept for up to 6 months in the refrigerator.
Stllas main ingredients are chicken, turkey, fish, and beef.
It also says it has beef, chicken, fish and beef products, but Stellas only has chicken, chicken and beef product on the website.
The product’s packaging is reminiscent of the famous Stell-a-Roo brand that started in the 1970s.
But it’s not the only dog food made with animal parts.
StELLA Dog Food has been around for nearly 50 years, but in the last decade, it has gained a cult following.
The company says it got its name from the first product it sold, which was called “Stella.”
The brand has been praised for its low prices, which include free shipping on orders over $50.
But some critics say the price is a barrier to entry for many pet owners.
The Feds has also weighed in on the issue, saying Stellabod has no regulatory authority over the product, and that it’s in violation of the Clean Food and Agriculture Act.
The FDA is considering whether to issue a final rule on the labeling of dog foods made with animals.