Raw food compliments a dog’s natural diet and is known to greatly increase its health and well-being.
Treat your dog to our selection of high quality raw dog food.
The benefits of feeding raw:
- Promotes longevity and a fuller life
- Promotes a shinier coat and healthier skin
- Cleaner and healthier teeth
- Higher and more balanced energy levels
- Stronger immune system
- Improved digestion
- Leaner body mass
- Smaller and less smelly stool
What the raw food diet consists of:
- Muscle meat (can be on the bone)
- Bones either whole or ground
- Organ meats such as liver or kidney
- Raw eggs
- Optional fruit and veggies
Benefits of each protein:
maintain a healthy immune system and skeletal structure. Helps provide and maintain energy and is
a great option for dogs that suffer from allergies, arthritis, and heart disease.
properties) and higher levels of the B Vitamin. It is higher in fat and calories which is perfect for the
more active or working dog.
source of copper, iron, niacin, zinc and essential amino acids. Remember that too much liver can
cause an overdose of Vitamin A. A good rule of thumb is 5% of your dogs weekly diet.
CoQ10 is vital for the function of cells and also to help maintain heart rhythm. Helps build muscle,
store energy, and boost stamina and endurance.
helps in the digestion process. It also offers a boost to the immune system and will help spur on a
dogs appetite. Treats diarrhea and constipation, soothes GI upset and infections. Great for dogs that
have IBS symptoms and also seasonal outdoor allergies. Tripe is fed as a supplement.
How much should my dog eat?
Adults eat 2% to 3 % of their body weight.
So just take your dogs weight in pounds and multiply that by 0.02 or 0.03 for adults and 0.08 or 0.10 for puppies and that will give you the amount per day.