The Pets Go Raw Econo Variety Case will contain at least 3 different proteins – one of which will probably be chicken. Turkey is also in most cases, as is some beef. All of our other proteins will be included as we are processing them and have some ‘left over’.
In the Econo Variety Case proteins may be mixed together or could be separate. That is, one patty may have chicken and lamb in it while another may have turkey, beef and pork. These are just examples of possibilities.
We consider the Econo Variety Case a balanced diet, as there is at least 95% of our full meals in every case. We have updated the processing of our variety pack to make sure that we have more of the full meal in every case.
In the Econo Variety Case:
- There would possibly also be 5% of our protein w/ veggies & fruit mixes (these do not have eggs, liver or kelp).
- There will be no protein only patties in a case
This Econo Variety Case is an option for people who’s pets are not food sensitive as we do not mark down which proteins are in any one case.
Because we are making use of our extra product at the end of the day, we can offer this Econo Variety Case at a great price!
There are 25+ lbs of product in every Econo Variety Case. The patties are approximately 1/2 lb.
Is raw food really better for my pet? Yes! Raw food:
- Promotes better health for a longer and happier life.
- Pets on raw experience less food-related and allergy problems.
- Raw food offers the full nutrition and digestive enzymes pets need, with vitamins and minerals supplied naturally without processed additives.
- Chewing chicken and turkey necks, chicken carcasses and other raw bones is good for cleaning teeth and satisfying dogs’ natural urge to chew.
- Single-source protein makes it easy to do an elimination diet to determine allergies.
- Frozen raw food eliminates the need for preservatives, which are needed in all dry foods, and cooking, which destroys some of the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals.
What’s wrong with kibble and dry foods?
Kibble and dry foods can work with some pets, but as with modern humans, modern pets have developed food allergies and sensitivities that lead to other forms of illness. Raw food allows you to bring your pet back to it’s basic – biologically accurate – diet so you can eliminate and determine exactly what the problem is, or stay raw and offer them optimal health.
What can I expect if I switch my pet to raw food and bones?
Pets that are fed raw food and bones tend to be free of dental problems, skin problems, ear problems, eye problems, bowel problems, kidney and heart problems, pancreas and liver problems and immune system problems. Raw-fed animals enjoy a life with an enormously reduced chance of developing both infectious and degenerative diseases. This healthy state continues into advanced old age.
Tips to keep in mind:
- Keep an eye on weight gain or loss and adjust food intake accordingly.
- Active dogs and dogs with a higher metabolism may need more food, while seniors often need less.
- Use the rib test often. You should be able to readily feel your dog’s ribs, but they should have some flesh on them, and not be too pronounced.
- Puppies and young dogs should be fed about 5% of their body weight. Like all young creatures, puppies grow in “fits and starts” that requires constant adjustments, feeding more when in a growth spurt and less when not.
- Watch your pets’ weight and condition and adjust amounts accordingly.