Designed to emulate what your pet would have eaten in the wild, our Biologically Approved Raw Food includes raw meat, fruit, vegetables and whole eggs. Only raw food contains living enzymes, which restore, repair and maintain the overall health of your pet.
Chicken is a very good source of lean protein which supports muscle growth and development. It contains Vitamin B6, which is known to prevent bone loss as dog’s mature as well as being important for a healthy heart. It is an excellent source of niacin which is a B- Vitamin that guards the body against cancer. Chicken is abundant in selenium, an essential mineral which aids metabolic performance, phosphorus, an essential mineral which supports your dog’s teeth, bones, kidney, liver and central nervous system function, and Vitamin B6, a complex vitamin which keeps blood vessels as well as energy levels healthy. Furthermore, chicken is high in retinol, alpha and beta-carotene which are all derived from Vitamin A and vital for healthy eyesight.
Oranges are a good source of vitamin C, the content of which has antioxidants that help boost a dog's immune system. It also protects against cancer causing free radicals, wards off illnesses such as colds and flus and helps blood circulation. Vitamin C also has anti-inflammatory properties that can ease arthritic pain in dogs. The folate content in oranges helps heal wounds by promoting the production of new cells.
Broccoli is one of the most nutrient rich foods. A great source of Vitamin A, C, K, folate, calcium, manganese and fibre, broccoli has amazing cancer preventing properties. It contains important phytochemicals like beta carotene which prevent carcinogens from forming and targeting cells.
Celery is rich in Vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and iron. The phytochemical 3-n-butyl phthalide, one of the components that gives celery its characteristic smell and taste, is especially potent as an anti-tumour agent. Including celery in your dog’s diet contributes to overall heart health, aids in fighting cancer, and as an added bonus, helps freshen a dog’s breath!
Flaxseed promotes healthy joints, skin, and coast condition and also helps support the immune system.
Yoghurt is high in calcium and protein and with active bacteria can act as a probiotic which is good for your dog's digestive system.
Whole Egg helps with digestion and building strong bones
Kelp ideal for improving nutritional balance.
Fish Oil helps keep good brain activity and development.
Apple Cider Vinegar has many health benefits for dogs. It is acidic and helps balance PH levels and has antibacterial properties
Ingredients : Premium chicken, offal, (heart, liver, kidney, lung and bone), seasonal fruit and vegetables selected from pumpkin, carrots, celery, broccoli, spinach, bok choy, capsicum, oranges, grapefruit, apples, pears, flaxseed, yoghurt, whole egg, kelp, fish oil.
Typical Nutritional Analysis : Protein 13%, Fat 14.5%, Fibre 1% (max), Calcium 1.3%, Phosphorus 0.7%, Moisture 66%.
Please ensure your pet always has access to fresh, clean water at all times.
Pets should gradually transition to a new pet food.
Begin the transition by mixing both the current food with their new pet food together.
Gradually decrease the amount of the current pet food while increasing the amount of new pet food.
Serving suggestion based on a 250g serving size
Healthy Adult Dog : 5-7kg : 1/2 serve 10-12kg : 1 serve 20-25kg : 2 serves 35-40kg : 3 serves >50kg : 4 serves
Puppies : 5-7kg : 1 serve 10-12kg : 2 serves 20-25kg : 4 serves 35-40kg : 6 serves >50kg : 8 serves
Lactating Females : 5-7kg : 1.5 serve 10-12kg : 3 serves 20-25kg : 6 serves 35-40kg : 9 serves >50kg : 12 serves
This is a typical analysis and a guide only.
Amount may vary according to breed, activity levels, weather and stage of life
1kg Frozen, 500g Frozen
Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly