Spot and Tango has come up with dry dog food that is not like commercial dry dog food. It’s dry dog food made from fresh ingredients making it more convenient than other fresh recipes and half the cost.
Spot and Tango’s claim to fame is their Unkibble recipe. They rocked the dog food market with kibble that isn’t actually kibble, but fresh food for dogs. Below are the highlights of the Unkibble recipe.
Spot and Tango Unkibble ingredients are fresh and whole. All recipes have a limited number of ingredients – about 12 ingredients plus vitamins and minerals.
The Spot and Tango team worked with a veterinarian to make their fresh recipes into dry dog food WITHOUT using fillers or hiding any ingredients. It’s a huge achievement for the fresh dog food industry.
All ingredients are human grade as in they meet USDA standards to be consumed by people.
All fresh whole ingredients come from local farmers in Wisconsin.
The Spot and Tango company has come up with its own Fresh Dry™ process, which dehydrated food at low temperatures over a long period of time. The slow low temperature process is what preserves the nutritional value of the ingredients.
Spot and Tango has three Unkibble recipes to choose from:
Barley is an excellent ingredient for dog food because it’s less likely to cause allergies unless a dog has sensitivities to grain and gluten. The beef gives the barley a meaty flavor making it a delicious choice for all dogs. The bonus is that barley is usually inexpensive, so the cost of this Spot and Tango recipe is the lowest of the three.
The Chicken and brown rice recipe is a popular option because of the animal protein with plant-based fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
Spot and Tango’s Duck and Salom recipe is a great choice for grain-free. Duck and salmon provide a good source of protein and omegas. Tapioca and sweet potatoes add in a plethora of vitamins, nutrients, and healthy carbohydrates.
You can buy Spot and Tango Unkibble straight from their website. Click below to receive 20% off your first order. It’s a great way to try out one of the above recipes to see if it’s the right fit for you and your pup.