One of the best high-quality foods you can feed your dog is A Pup Above. It's not a raw diet which is my favorite above all but it is cooked Sous-Vide which is still in comparison to feeding your fur baby a homemade meal, unlike your standard kibble. And of course, if you can feed your dog food in these classes:
I'm sure there are other types of dog food that you can buy that would be considered feeding your dog a homemade meal but these are your standard ones. They truly are a step above your standard kibble and if you could at least add a little bit of one or some of these to your dog's kibble that would help them out so much. No dog should only be eating kibble. It's like a human living only off TV dinners. That's why adding some homemade meals or switching entirely over to homemade meals aka the big four which I mentioned earlier. Now let's get into sous-vide A Pup Above.
Dog parents Ruth and Javier Marriott founded a Pup Above. Their dog, Lola was a picky eater and they also wanted to feed her high-quality food that made the most sense to them. They were tired of not knowing what was in Lola's bowl and tired of not liking anything they were putting in her bowl. Ruth is the CEO and Javier is the president. Together they make the perfect team for a dog food that is truly a Pup Above.
It comes frozen and in what they call Cubies. They are both cooked in the famous sous vide way which is a cooking style that is used in high-end restaurants. It is cooked at low temperatures in water. The water never comes to a boil. It is gradual and controlled. I thawed out their frozen beef in the fridge and served it to my dog, Zoey. She loved it! It reminded me of beef soup, in my opinion, and it did look like human food which I love love LOVE. It smelled tasty, it looked tasty, and it looked like real food. I've noticed three times in all my years of serving dog food to my dog, Zoey, that the food didn't look like dog food but also looked like human food. The three brands were A Pup Above, Weruva, and Farmina. A Pup Above looked most like human food looking like a high-quality beef soup. One of Farmina’s cans looked like your standard Chili, and Weruva’s cans looked like store-bought soups. However, Weruva still looks like dog food it could barely pass for human food. And I still wouldn't eat any of the three dog foods. The only one that looks kind of appealing in a human's eyes is A Pup Above but knowing it's dog food I definitely wouldn't eat it and wouldn't advise anyone else. But, in conclusion, it is leagues ahead of your standard kibble which doesn't look edible at all and surprises me to this day that dogs will eat. But it's animal-grade not human-grade and it's hard to see my dog, Zoey as just a dog and not just my furry child.
Getting back to A Pup Above, cubies remind me of the freeze-dried raw that I feed Zoey. They are cooked Sous-Vide like the frozen meal, the only difference is that instead of being frozen after the sous-vide cooking process they are diced into cubes and are air-dried. If you want a more affordable homemade meal to feed your dog's cubies, they are great because they are not as expensive as your freeze-dried raw. But cubies are human-grade meaning humans can eat them. Freeze-dried is not. Zoey taste-tested the cubbies and loved them. She gives a gold star to the frozen and the cubies so the choice is yours.
In conclusion, I give this dog food my gold star rating. I love this food so much and I know your dog would too just like my dog, Zoey, has. If you liked this Blog Post remember to subscribe and stay updated to all our posts at All Healthy Dog. Thanks!