Chicken Blend – Chicken leg quarters/chicken hearts
Mackerel Blend – Ground beef/mackerel/beef liver
Beef and Veggie Blend – Ground beef/beef liver/celery/carrots/green beans/broccoli/spinach
Beef Blend – Ground beef/beef heart/beef liver/beef kidney/beef tongue/beef suet
- 40# Chicken Leg Quarters
- 40# Chicken Necks
- 40# Chicken Hearts
- 40# Chicken Backs
- 30# Duck Necks
- 30# Duck Frames
THE BENEFITS OF A RAW DIET:
- Reduced allergy symptoms
- Better weight management
- Improved digestion
- Healthier skin and coat
- Firmer stools
- Many report improved health of chronically ill pets that were switched from a commercial diet to raw dog food
THE DOWNSIDE OF A RAW DOG FOOD DIET:
A raw dog food diet is not nearly as convenient as a kibble that you can simply measure, and pour.
Apart from the lack of convenience, there is another critical issue to consider. Bacterial contamination. Salmonella and E. coli germs can be a potential problem with raw meats. Yet, the risk of food-borne disease is actually quite low. That is, low risk for dogs, but NOT for humans.
The digestive system of a dog is shorter and more acidic which makes canine infections like salmonella and E. coli fairly rare. The real risk of food-borne disease is actually greater for a dog’s human caretakers than it is for the dog.
With proper handling, the risk can be dramatically reduced.
- Do your RESEARCH! Some of the information shared here was found on DogFoodAdvisor.com
- Handle your raw dog food diet as safely as your own meats
- Thaw your raw diet in the refrigerator or in a sink filled with warm water
- Do not microwave to thaw
Prices subject to change without notice with market fluctuations. Issued 9/2013