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Sundays Box – Should We Review It?

Sundays is a healthy dog food subscription:

From a veterinarian, an engineer, and their scruffy pups: After our dog got sick, we—Tory, a veterinarian and Michael, an engineer—became obsessed with finding the best dog food: something healthier than kibble, but easier than home-cooked foods. When we couldn’t find it, we made it.

Sundays is available for monthly shipments or one-time purchases. The Sundays recipe is:

  • Gently Air-Dried
  • Human Grade
  • All-Natural
  • Treat-like Taste
  • Ready-to-Eat
  • Created by a Vet

Sundays offers a quiz to determine how much food to serve your dog, which takes age, breed, and size into consideration:

Sundays is over 90% fresh meat, organs and bones, so dogs love it. In fact, in a blind taste-test against the “best-tasting” super premium kibble, dogs preferred Sundays 40-to-0.

Sundays Air-Dried Food for Dogs Beef Recipe is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages including large breed puppies (over 70 lbs as an adult).


The Box: Sundays

The Cost: $59-$159 per box, depending on size

The Products: 1 month supply of air-dried food for dogs

Ships to: United States

 

What do you think of this box? Would you like to see it reviewed? 

Written by Mallory @ MSA

Mallory @ MSA

Mallory joined the MSA team in 2020. She focuses on engaging with our community online, through daily emails, and across our social media channels. Based in New York City, she can often be found biking through Central Park, scoping out under-the-radar coffee shops, and listening to the Hamilton cast album on an endless loop. Her current favorite subscriptions are Hello Fresh and Fabletics.

Posted in MSA Community, Should We Review?, Subscription Box News| 8 comments

Comments (8)

  1. No thanks

  2. “AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages including large breed puppies (over 70 lbs as an adult).”

    I think that is the important statement to look for on dog food. Glad to see it on this food.

  3. This site has gone to the dogs. 😏

    (I’ll show myself out).

  4. No need to review this one.

  5. No.

  6. I’ve actually read about this one and heard some good things on other sites, but I would love to see it reviewed by MSA!

  7. I’d only find value in a review if there’s someone on the team with an animal nutrition background. It’s food making health claims, reviews by laypeople to the effect of “my dogs found it tasty but it’s a bit pricey” aren’t helpful.

    • I agree. I feel the same way when vitamins are reviewed.

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