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Amino Acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, which is crucial for your pet’s overall health. Amino acids play an important role in muscle growth and tissue repair, immune function, enzyme and hormone production, digestion, metabolism and more. Pet food with a complete amino acid profile (including all 10 essential amino acids) helps your dog or cat thrive.

Fats & Oils

Fats and oils are part of a balanced diet for your pet. They provide essential fatty acids such as omega-3 and omega-6, enhance taste and texture, bind other ingredients and help with the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (A,D, E & K).

Fruits & Vegetables

Fruit and vegetable ingredients in pet food are rich sources of vitamins and minerals, antioxidants and dietary fiber to support digestive health. Many of the fruits and vegetables we use are certified organic.


Stella & Chewy’s is committed to using high-quality animal proteins from suppliers we know and trust who believe in the humane treatment of their animals. They’re always grass-fed, cage-free, wild-caught or farm-raised and free from added antibiotics or hormones.

We use the world’s finest and safest proteins including red meats from North America, Australia and New Zealand, poultry from North America and Europe, fish from North America, rabbit from Western Europe and North America, and pork from the USA. We also offer pet food made with novel proteins including goose, quail, guineafowl, bison, goat and venison.

Variety & Function

Functional ingredients in our pet food such as beef tripe, chicken cartilage and natural chicken flavor provide your dog or cat with the taste and texture they crave. Bio-functional ingredients like tumeric, flaxseed and probiotics add nutritional value to support overall health.

Vitamins & Minerals

Our pet foods are fortified with essential vitamins and minerals to ensure your dog or cat benefits from complete and balanced nutrition at every life stage. All of our recipes are formulated by an animal nutritionist with their PhD in animal nutrition and reviewed by a veterinarian to ensure they meet appropriate AAFCO guidelines.