Because you want your pet to live the longest, healthiest life possible. Raw diet is what our carniverous pets have evolved to eat. No other diet can hope to compete with natural food. Our dehydration process is very consistent. Please note that colour and texture of meat can vary subtly from batch to batch.
Switching to Raw
Most dogs will immediately take to this diet without any issues. If they are hesitant at first, leave the food down for fifteen minutes. If still untouched, put it in the refrigerator and try again later. Start by feeding a good quality canned food and slowly, each day, mix in an increasing amount of raw food until, over a period of 7 to 10 days, your cat is completely on raw.
We use only meats that are government inspected and intended for human consumption. Feed lean muscle meat from a variety of sources such as Beef, Lamb, Chicken, Duck and Turkey. Rotating proteins regularly exposes your companion to a variety of amino acid profiles for optimal nourishment.
Organs are an important part of a raw diet. Liver, kidney and spleen are nutrient-dense and provide essential vitamins and minerals. Organs should make up around 10% of the total diet.
Calcium and phosphorous are critical to bone development in your pets. Bone is the largest source of calcium in raw diets.
Composed of Beef muscle meat (including lung and heart), beef bone, beef organ (liver, kidney, spleen, pancreas), spinach, carrot, pumpkin, green bean, cranberry, blueberry, apple cider vinegar, alfalfa.
Nutrition Info /100 G:
-Calories – 162
-Protein (min) – 16.0%
-Fat (min) – 9.6%
-Fiber (max) – 1.0%
-Moisture (max) – 69.0%
-Calcium – 0.46%
-Phosphorus – 0.43%
Made in Canada