What Goes into Our Food
Because Every Dog Is Different We Deliver Food Based On Their Weight & Age, Plus you can choose how frequently you get deliveries.
Every dog needs high-quality protein and raw meat provides that in abundance. Also packed full of essential amino acids, iron, zinc, taurine and potassium, raw meat provides a superb energy source to keep your dog active and healthy all day. See the meals and box sizes here.
Uncooked bones are a brilliant source of calcium, protein, phosphorous, chondroitin and good fats. Munching through all of that helps protect your dog’s cartilage, stimulates their repair mechanisms and even cleans their teeth! See the meals and box sizes here.
The heart supplies protein and Coenzyme Q10 which helps basic cell function and keeping the heart healthy. your cells use it to produce energy your body needs for cell growth and maintenance. Selenium, phosphorous, zinc and amino acids build muscle, store energy and increase stamina. Rich in collagen and elastin it helps to maintain healthy joints. See the meals and box sizes here.
While kelp might seem like an odd ingredient, it’s packed with sodium alginate, which removes heavy metals like mercury and lead from your dog’s digestive system. It’s also a great source of iodine, which is essential for balancing glandular function in dogs. See the meals and box sizes here.
Liver is full of nutrients containing vitamins A, B, E and K, fat, zinc, phosphorous, iron, copper, omega’s 3& 6, amino acids and iodine. Liver helps dogs deal with toxins, helps digestion, reproduction and nervous system. It prevents anaemia and assists in a healthy blood which is good for oxidising blood cells for healthy muscle function, brain function and preventing fatigue. See the meals and box sizes here.
Another of our favourite veggies is the butternut squash, which is rich in potassium and calcium. These nutrients are super important to your dog’s health and help keep your dog’s heart and kidneys in good health. See the meals and box sizes here.
Rich in omega-3, omega-6 and boasting the perfect balance of fatty acids, tripe is wonderful for your dog’s health, promoting healthy skin and a glossy coat. It’s also a natural anti-inflammatory, which can help ease the pain of arthritis.
Raw green tripe contains high levels of healthy probiotic, lactobacillus acidophilus. This beneficial bacteria prevents bad bacteria like salmonella and listeria from taking over your dog’s digestive system and making them ill.See the meals and box sizes here.
Not just a tasty tipple for hungry grizzly bears, salmon oil is fantastic for dogs, too! Packed full of brilliant long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, salmon oil helps stave off a lot of deficiency-based diseases, including gout, eczema and liver disorders.
Salmon oil isn’t done just yet, though. The same fatty acids also help improve your dog’s coat, regulate his or her immune system, improve cognitive function and fight off heart disease.See the meals and box sizes here.
The humble carrot is unbelievably rich in vitamin A, which, as we all know, is great for healthy eyes. Carrots also provide a boost to your dog’s immune system and keep their digestive tract in tip top shape. See the meals and box sizes here.
Our dogs have been on Bella and Duke’s RAW food diet for 6 months and we have noticed improvement in their Coats, Energy levels and Improved digestion for our Scottish Terrier HectorPaul Scott