Spinach, Pure Pumpkin, Apples, Zucchini, Vector Cereal, Colander, 3% probiotic Yogurt, organic Bananas, Pear, Peas, Parsley, Brussel Sprouts, Green Beans, Beets, Cantaloupe, Oranges,Kale, Sweet Potato, and Carrots
All the above ingredients are ground and frozen immediately and fed as an important part of a well balanced diet
The goal for feeding a Raw Food Diet to dogs is to introduce all-natural foods in order to replicate what wolves, the domestic dog's ancestor, naturally eat in the wild. By forgoing commercial kibble and instead eating a combination of uncooked bones, meats, small amounts of vegetables and fruit, and organs, raw food enthusiasts know that dogs can achieve a better state of overall health than their commercially-fed counterparts.
Why feed Raw?
No man made diet can compare to fresh natural whole food.
- Firmer, much smaller less stinky poops
- Improved digestion
- Healthier skin and coat
- Reduces allergy symptoms
- Better weight management
- Happier animals
- No pet food recalls
- Your in complete control of what your dog eats
- Meet specific needs \ allergies
- All natural NO fillers, NO preservatives and NO artificial flavors
- Stronger immune systemsNatural Pro-biotics
Improved Temperament and attitude. Poor diets in dogs can lead to hyperactivity, difficulty in focusing, and a poor energy level. Dogs who are switched to raw or raw fed typically have more energy and endurance and are easier to train.
Many reports of improved health when chronically ill dogs have switched from kibble to raw which means Less $ spent on medication, special soaps or supplements.
The most complained about issue pet owners have about their dog is fowl breath 80% of pets have periodontal disease by the age of 2, raw feeding actually cleans and maintains the best teeth and gum health just from eating. Compared to kibble feeding with brushing and flossing. With raw feeding no more stinky breath or risk of disease.
What our Raw dog food consists of:
Bones, whole or ground
Veggies, the greener the better
Fruits, blueberries, apples, strawberries
Dairy, cottage cheese, yogurts.
Vitamins , Cod liver oil, omega 3, Salmon oil