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Our Raw Food Philosophy
Rich in Nutrients
Organs in general provide enzyme-rich mixture of protein, B-complex vitamins, vitamins A and D, vitamin E, some vitamin C, and essential fatty acids EPA DHA, and AA, along with minerals such as manganese, selenium, zinc, potassium, and copper. Like muscle meat, organs contain a lot of phosphorus (and potassium) and are low in calcium.
We also recommend bone days as part of a balanced diet Our dogs love pork neck bones as they take a long time to eat and give the dogs quite a workout strengthening their neck muscles as they tear and rip away the meat from the bone Remember to avoid large, weight bearing bones though, dogs can chip and break their teeth on them.
High Quality Meats
Our menus are made up of 90% high quality, muscle meats, bone and organs. We buy all our meats, bones and organs whole and simply grind and mix to retain the highest possible nutritional value
We supplement our menus with a limited range of additional ingredients: diatomaceous earth, the best Kelp available sourced from Iceland, Spirulina and a small (>10%) percentage of organic or wild fruit and vegetables mainly for holistic reasons. These include organic carrots, kale, broccoli, wild blueberries, apples, and whole free range eggs- for more information on all of these please click here.
There are many articles on the benefits of a raw diet. We will post some of them on this site and we encourage you to read through them. There is no denying our dogs and cats are carnivores, their anatomy and physiology is designed to rip, tear and digest raw meat and bones and not to eat dry kibble on a daily basis for years and years.
It seems self-evident that taking a wide range of ingredients and baking them at high temperature into kibble, which then has to be "topped up" with additional nutritional supplements to replace those that were destroyed in the processing, produces a diet that is far away from what dogs are designed to eat. Our dogs and cats love the difference. Yours will too!
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