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Life + Dog
Adopt NY is a new initiative launched by Dog Habitat Rescue and Project Pet Inc. that will put New York at the forefront of animal rights and save the lives of local homeless animals. Serving as exclusive sponsor of Adopt NY is Stella & Chewy's, a line of all-natural raw and freeze-dried dog and cat food that brings super-premium nutrition for your canine family members to your pantry or freezer. The program currently includes more than 30 participating animal rescue organizations and is growing and accepting new partners. For more information on how to participate, visit AdoptNY.org.
-- June 2012
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Fox Business
Stella & Chewy’s is proud of its innovative approach to pet food: no fillers, organic fruits and vegetables, and healthful probiotics, vitamins and minerals.



-- June 25, 2013
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CNBC
How I Made My Millions
Watch Stella & Chewy's President and Founder, Marie Moody, on CNBC's "How I Made My Millions"!

-- Episode 16, 2012
Dog Fancy's Natural Dog
Natural Gear, page 20
Absolutely Rabbit Formula Dog Food
Single-source protein, $13.49 to $14.99 (6 ounces freeze-dried), $21.50 to $23.50 (3 pounds frozen), from Stella & Chewy's; 888-477-8977.
-- May 2013
Beauty News NYC
Metro Pets
When it came to feeding time, my dog was as finicky as a feline and as disillusioned about her entrée as a celebrity chef in a fast-food joint. Phooey! At first I thought my dog was possessed by a cat.

She would eat but it was a hassle, very un-dog-like and peculiar. Then I discovered the food line by Stella & Chewy’s and everything changed.
-- June 2012
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The New York Times
Business Day
This interview with Jen Guzman, C.E.O. of Stella & Chewy’s, a pet food company based in Milwaukee, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.
-- April 27, 2013
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Dogster.com
Seeing the dramatic difference dining on frozen-then-thawed real meat has made in the overall health of my German Shepherd, Desiree, and being a serious health nut where my dogs are concerned, I'm committed to providing it for her.
-- May 25, 2012
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Huffington Post
The Blog
While living in Los Angeles, Marie adopted Chewy, a rescue dog who was seriously ill. Following her veterinarian's advice, she fed Chewy a homemade diet of raw meats and vegetables. Chewy's rapid return to health inspired Marie to learn more about the benefits of feeding less processed, grain-free foods to animals. The more she learned, the more convinced she was that there were other pet parents like her who would want to feed their animals high-quality meals.
-- 1/21/13
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The New York Times
Well Pets
For years, raw food enthusiasts have touted the health benefits of uncooked food for humans. Now, some veterinarians and pet owners believe that a raw meat diet is best for pets.

Sharon Misik, an actress who adopted two Siberian huskies in 2008 from a pet rescue organization, is a believer. A holistic veterinarian encouraged her to start her dogs on a line of raw and freeze-dried chicken and beef foods made by Stella and Chewy’s, a Wisconsin-based pet food company.The difference was immediate, Ms. Misik says.

“They were like new dogs,” she said. “They were happy and healthy, and their digestive systems improved dramatically. Since we started them on the raw food, these dogs have not been sick one day.”

-- May, 2012
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Forbes
Leadership
Marie Moody, Founder and President of Stella & Chewy’s, a multi-million dollar pet food company, reflected on her company’s history as we were sitting in a café in New York City.
-- 1/14/13
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The New Barker
Product Reviews
Why a raw diet might be right for your dog - A raw diet helps improve appetite, digestion, healthy skin and coat, stamina and vitality and helps support a healthy immune system. Every Stella & Chewy's patty is made with select organic produce and raw USDA-inspected meat with no added hormones or antibiotics. 
-- Spring 2012
Pet Product News
Stella & Chewy’s, a Milwaukee-based manufacturer of freeze-dried and frozen dinners and treats for dogs and cats, has donated more than $25,000 worth of product to storm victims. The company is teaming up with two organizations, Bideawee and the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, to provide more than 150 cases of food for distribution.
-- November 8, 2012
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Pet Business
Raw food manufacturers have worked hard to educate consumers and retailers about the benefits of a raw food diet, mainly as a species-appropriate diet for pets— mimicking what the animals would eat in the wild. Benefits include: healthier skin and coats, cleaner teeth and fresh breath, better weight control, improved digestion, reduction of allergy symptoms and smaller, less smelly stool.

“We find that it adds to not only the longevity of the pet’s life, but also the quality of life because they have less food-related issues,” says Marie Moody, founder and president of Stella & Chewy’s. 
-- May, 2012
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Oh My Dog! Boutique & Spa

-- 10/26/12
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PawDogs
Marie Moody started Stella & Chewy’s in 2003 based on her desire to supply pets with a premium quality, natural diet. Stella & Chewy’s has been extremely successful, they were recently featured in Inc Magazine and they expect their sales to pass $20 millions this year.

Despite their fast growth, I found that owner Marie Moody is still very much in touch with all of the company operations and was very willing to answer all of our questions.
-- April, 2012
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Mad About Pets!
If you could give readers one piece of advice when it comes to pet nutrition, what would it be?

Good nutrition is the single most important factor in promoting longevity and quality of life for your pet.

-- 10/5/12
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TastyTrade Network
Get Tasted
Marie Moody of Stella & Chewy's talks entrepreneurship with the guys!
-- April 2012
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Mad About Pets!
If you could give readers one piece of advice when it comes to pet nutrition, what would it be?

Good nutrition is the single most important factor in promoting longevity and quality of life for your pet.

-- 10/5/12
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Breed Trust
Stella & Chewy’s Carnivore Crunch Treats for Dogs

Made by a company that believes in keeping food as close to its natural state as possible, these 100% natural treats are made from raw, freeze-dried, naturally raised meat from USDA-inspected facilities. These healthy treats contain no grains, fillers, antibiotics, artificial preservatives or colorings, sugar or salt.
-- April 2012
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NerdWallet
Best Travel Treats: Don’t forget to spoil Fido for his good behavior

When your dog is in a new or tense atmosphere, he probably won’t eat that biscuit that tastes like cardboard. So treat him to something he can’t resist – Stella and Chewy’s Carnivore Crunch. These all-natural meat treats are made from raw, freeze-dried meats with NO grains. My dog loves them, and I’ve yet to see a dog reject these treats!
-- August 29, 2012
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Working Mother Magazine
Well-meaning dog owners spend millions on puppy spas and pretty little sweaters, but not so much on their pets’ dietary needs. I felt people would invest in organic raw pet food if they understood how important good nutrition was to their beloved animals’ longevity.
-- April 2012
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The Business Journal - Milwaukee
After Hours
Stella & Chewy's is proud to have been chosen as one of the fast growing businesses in Milwaukee by The Business Journal. The Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee has named the 2012 winners of its Fastest Growing Firms Awards.

This year, 27 Milwaukee-area firms are being recognized for their ability to increase revenue and grow their businesses, an especially challenging task in the recent economy. 
-- August 17, 2012
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Success Magazine
Starting Points for Achievers
Ask Moody the secret to her phenomenal success in an untapped niche market, and she says simply, "It was just something I felt passionate about, that meant something to me." Paws up on that! 
-- March 2012
Our Town Downtown
Street Scene
Dog Day Afternoon
Adopt NY, a coalition of New York-based animal rescue groups, held its inaugural adoption event last Sunday afternoon in Tompkins Square Park. With model Jessica Perez on hand, the group partnered with dog treat company Stella & Chewy to help adopt out a number of pooches. For those who weren’t able to attend, check out Adopt NY’s website at www. adoptny.org, where you can see hundreds of homeless animals looking for a family.
-- July 5, 2012
Inc. Magazine
Marie Moody's love for her adopted mutts inspired her to launch Stella & Chewy's, a Milwaukee-based pet-food maker, in 2003. Since then, the company, which uses raw meats and organic vegetables to create frozen and freeze-dried meals for dogs and cats, has grown dramatically. Stella & Chewy's had sales of more than $8 million in 2010, earning it the No. 424 spot on the 2011 Inc. 5000. 
-- March 2012
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