MINIMALLY PROCESSED

MINIMALLY PROCESSED

Our ingredients are frozen at their peak and never cooked to preserve their nutritional integrity. We use ingredients closest to their natural state like real meat and non-GMO fruits and vegetables.

PROTEIN-PACKED

PROTEIN-PACKED

Made with 85% real meat and organs and 15% fruits, vegetables and vitamins and minerals. Made without grain, corn, wheat, artificial colors or preservatives.

100% RAW NUTRITION

100% RAW NUTRITION

Our purest recipes that inspire everything we make. Never cooked, 100% raw nutrition, minimally processed to preserve the integrity of every ingredient. Unlock your pets potential to thrive with the pinnacle of pet nutrition.

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Raw Feeding guide

Please use the guide below as a guideline of how much Bone Appetit food to feed your dog daily.

Feed your dog daily between 2 to 3% of body weight per day:

WEIGHT (LBS)DAILY AMOUNT (OZ)
104
208
3012
4016
6024
8032
10040
12048

Raw food Nutritional information

A raw food diet for dogs is exactly what it sounds like – a diet that is comprised of fresh, raw foods. While there are different ways to create a raw food diet for dogs, one of the most popular and beneficial options consists primarily of meat and raw bones, fortified with some fruits and vegetables or formulated supplements to ensure nutritional balance.


Dogs are primarily carnivorous animals, which means that their bodies are adapted to extracting nutrition from animal-based sources – this means that meat should be the primary focus of a dog’s diet. In addition to raw meat and organs, raw bones provide key minerals like calcium as well as other nutrients.


Known around the world as ‘BARF’ (Biologically appropriate raw feeding), raw feeding aims to give dogs a diet that is appropriate to their digestive systems and as close as possible to what they might have eaten as wild animals. The stomach pH in dogs and cats is much lower than that of humans, meaning they are able to break down raw meat and bone.