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SoHa Nummies

If you are anything like us here at So Harmonious, you can appreciate Fresh, Healthy, & Holistic. We are highly committed to creating nutritious and delicious products.

We use the finest ingredients from people we know and trust.

We wouldn't fee your dogs & cats a quality of food we wouldn't eat ourselves.

This meat comes fresh, NOT FROZEN, direct from the local butcher.  There are never any added chemicals, hormones, steroids, antibiotics added.  It is freshly acquired, ground and freeze dried within 1-2 day.  

Our Nummies can be used as Meals, Treats, Meal Toppers & Training bites.  They can be eaten as is or rehydrated to be eaten alone or mixed with other food.

Available options (solo or mixed):







(shipping not included)

Why Raw?

Raw food diets have been shown to help dogs deal with a variety of ailments including infestations, hot spots, chronic over shedding, poor oral health, allergies, gastro-intestinal problems, immune disorders and several degenerative diseases. What your loved ones consume lays the foundation for their health. A fresher diet equates to more nutrients available for building immunity, healing from illness, and warding off disease.

Why Organs?

Organ meats are a nutrient-rich food that can be a great addition to your dog's diet. They are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals, and they can help to support your dog's overall health.  They're a good source of vitamins, such as A, B12, and D, and minerals, such as iron, zinc, and copper. These nutrients are important for a variety of bodily functions, including energy production, immune function, and skin health.  Organ meats can also help to support your dog's digestive system. They are a good source of enzymes, which help to break down food and absorb nutrients. They also contain bile, which is necessary for the digestion of fats.



Kidney meat provides a wide range of vitamins, including vitamins B12, E and K.  The vitamin A found in kidney aids in eye cell creation and helps improve vision. It also plays a role in the creation of mucus. Kidney also contains iron which acts as an antioxidant and helps carry oxygen throughout the body.

The heart is both a muscle and an organ, so it’s similar to feeding your dog a steak with extra protein and vitamins. Hearts are an excellent sources of B vitamins, iron and essential fatty acids, keeping your dog’s coat nice and shiny.  It also contains phosphorus, which helps build and strengthen your dog’s skeletal system. The folate found in heart is important for DNA health and can help prevent anemia and IBD. Thiamine, which is also found in heart, improves carbohydrate metabolism and is necessary for nourishing the brain and other high-energy organs. Plus, it’s got a healthy dose of taurine! 


Tripe is the muscular stomach lining of grazing animals. Like liver, it is high in protein and contains vital B vitamins. It also contains selenium, which helps monitor enzymes and zinc to strengthen the immune system and aid in appropriate blood clotting.  Tripe can also provide your dog with high levels of a healthy probiotic known as Lactobacillus acidophilus. When fed to your dog, Lactobacillus acidophilus aids in healthy digestion and ensures proper nutrient absorption, and is said to help eliminate stinky dog toots!

A serving of liver contains 10 to 100 times the nutrients found in a serving of muscle meat. One of the most nutrient-rich organs available, it’s loaded with protein, iron, B vitamins, vitamin A, CoQ10 and essential fatty acids!  The CoQ10 found in liver is twofold in important uses! It improves joint health, which is especially beneficial for large breeds and dogs who suffer from arthritis. Secondly, Coenzyme Q10 is good for hearth health because it increases the “good cholesterol” in your dog’s body. It also helps to lower blood pressure and protect muscle tissue in the heart during cardiac trauma. Fatty acids improve coat health and all those B vitamins help your dog reap the benefits of the fat and protein found in liver. Since it is so densely packed with iron, it’s also effective in treating anemic animals.

Why Cartilage?

Aside from it being safe to eat, cartilage also contains many nutrients that can improve your dog’s health.  One of these is glucosamine, which strengthens your dog’s bones and muscles and helps decrease the onset and symptoms of arthritis. Cartilage is also rich in collagen, good for helping strengthen joints and improve skin.

Contrary to what some may think, make sure Not to feed dogs Cooked bones or cartilage, as they can splinter.  Cooking makes them soft enough, so they break & split in sharp bits that are very dangerous to our friends.

Why Marrow?

Bone marrow is the soft, fatty tissue that is found in the center of bones. It is a rich source of nutrients, including fat, protein, and minerals. These nutrients are essential for a healthy immune system, strong bones and teeth, and proper muscle function. While all dogs can benefit from eating bone marrow, it is especially important for growing puppies and senior dogs. Puppies need the extra nutrients to help them grow and develop properly, while senior dogs need them to help offset the effects of aging.

Marrow contains Adiponectin which has been shown to lower the risk of heart disease and some cancers. This pigment aids in the repair of wounds and generating of new red and white blood cells. 

Adiponectin supports the kidneys and digestive system as well.

Bone marrow also contains a number of other nutrients such as collagen, glycine, and glucosamine, aiding in the maintenance of joint health, the reduction of inflammation, and the maintenance of skin and coat health. If you’re doggie is seriously over weight or has pancreatitis, please be conscious of the amount of marrow your are feeding them.

I'm so excited to be able to get a holistic option for my fur babies.  I've looked all over at a number of brands.  The ones I've tried are not consistent, and I highly doubt made with the same love and quality.  Thanks SoHa!
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