GRASS FED BEEF BONE-IN GROUND RAW DOG FOOD
Delight your dog with our decadent, drool-worthy bone-in ground beef raw dog food blend. It’s made of grass-fed beef, vitamin-dense heart, liver and kidney, plus a rainbow of flavorful fruits and veggies. Dinnertime has never been so delicious.
Just defrost and serve. No meal prep, no mess, no fuss!
- Grass Fed Beef is raised more humanely and it’s more nutritious than grain fed beef.
- Organic fruits and veggies grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, which can harm the environment and cause long-term health effects.
- Wild salmon oil provides omega-3 fatty acids for a soft, shiny coat, and also supports your dog’s mind, energy, and immunity.
- Made with flavor and nutrition in mind. Picky eaters can’t resist our wholesome blends.
Dogs thrive on a raw diet that contains at least 50 percent red meat such as our Beef recipe. Feed in combination with our chicken and turkey recipes.
All of our raw dog food recipes are made with fresh, human grade ingredients and prepared in small batches in our kitchen.
Ask us about custom recipes for dogs with special needs, or special bulk pricing to stock your freezer or feed your large-breed dog.
Raw Beef Dog Food
Ingredients: Beet Chicken Necks, Chicken Wings, Beef Heart, Beef Liver, Beef Kidney, Broccoli, Beets, Carrots, Kale, Spinach, Squash, Apples, Blueberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Flax Seeds, Alfalfa, Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil.
How To Feed Grass Fed Beef Bone-In Ground Raw Dog Food
Feed 2-3 percent of your adult dog’s body weight per day. Daily serving can be split into 2-3 meals, if desired.
To calculate your dog’s daily serving, multiply their weight in pounds by 16, then multiply by .02 or .03. Then, divide by 16 to get the serving size in pounds.
Dog’s weight in pounds | Daily serving size in ounces
Place frozen food in the refrigerator for 24 hours before serving. Store no more than three days’ worth of raw food in the fridge; freeze to keep your dog’s food fresh for months.
Forgot to thaw your dog’s food? Try the quick-thaw method to have their next meal ready within 2-3 hours.
Place a sealed pack of raw dog food in a large bowl and fill with cold water. Change the water every 30 minutes until the food is thawed. Feed immediately or store in the fridge for up to three days.
Food Safety Tips
Store raw dog food in a large plastic container, separate from your family’s food to prevent cross-contamination.
Always wash your dog’s bowls after meals, along with any surfaces that may have come in contact with their raw food.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water for at least 30 seconds after handling raw food or contaminated surfaces.
Do not allow children under 16 years old to handle your dog’s food.
Avoid letting your dog give you or your family members kisses for 30 minutes after a meal. You can use unscented baby wipes to clean your dog’s paws and face after they eat.