Ingredients:Beef, Beef Heart, Beef Liver, Beef kidney,Beef bone,Broccoli, Beets, Spinach,Carrots,Squash,Apples, Blueberries,Pumpkin Seeds,Flax Seeds, Hemp Seeds,Alfalfa, Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil
Protein 14.00%, Fat 11.00%, Fiber 1.00%, Moisture 71.00%
About Our Ingredients
Beef is a popular staple in raw food diets because it’s a tasty and easily available source of red meat. Beef is high in protein, iron, selenium, and B vitamins. We only use grass fed because the meat is leaner and more nutrient dense, and contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a healthy fat that fights inflammation.
Ground bone adds calcium to balance with the naturally occurring phosphorus in meat, without the choking hazard of feeding whole raw meaty bones.
Broccoli is a good source of vitamin C to support your dog’s immune system. It’s also high in fiber to support your dog’s digestion for health poops that are easy to pass.
Beets are high in vitamin B9 to support your dog’s cell growth and metabolism, plus manganese to support skeletal health.
Spinach is a superfood, dense in nutrients like calcium, iron, magnesium, and vitamin K.
Carrots are packed with vitamin A to support immune health and protect your dog’s vision.
Apples are a good source of vitamin C for immune health and potassium to protect your dog’s heart, kidneys, and liver.
Blueberries are rich in antioxidants and phytoflavinoids, reducing your dog’s chances of getting cancer.
Pumpkin seeds support urinary health, contain omega-3s to fight inflammation, and they can act help fight internal parasites.
Squash is a good source of vitamin C and insoluble fiber for healthy digestion.
Flax seed is anti-inflammatory, helping to relieve pain and itching in dogs with allergies, plus supporting mobility in seniors.
Hemp seeds contain gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and omega-3 fatty acids to reduce inflammation, and support immunity, heart and skin health.
Alfalfa is rich in many vitamins and minerals, including chlorophyll, which fights cancer and supports oral health for fresh breath, and may even curb your dog’s urge to eat grass.
Wild Alaskan salmon oil is higher in minerals than farmed salmon oil, and it’s packed with omega-3 fatty acids that fight inflammation, support brain health for better learning, and promote soft, hydrated skin and coat.
How To Feed
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.