Benefits of feeding Raw
- Your canine will have a faster and easier digestion.
- Smaller stools which do not smell as strong and they can turn white and disintegrate due to the fact the canine body utilizes the nutrients in the food.
- You will notice a healthy skin and a shiner coat, more Energy.
- The immune system will improve and will help maintain a healthy Kidney.
- Reduced to No breath and body odour, cleaner ears.
- Prevents/Reduced tooth plaque.
3 Super Nutrients1) Organ Meat Raw
- Rich in protein
- Organ meats contain a wealth of vitamins and minerals that help dogs maintain strong muscles, a shiny coat, and a healthy heart.
- Organ meats have higher levels of B vitamins and are also rich in minerals, such as phosphorus, iron, copper, magnesium, and iodine.
- For brain activity.
- Eases joint discomfort.
- Eases dog allergies.
- Flax - Good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential fatty acids that are good for skin and coat. Contains lignin (For dietary fibre).
- Pea flour - Rich in iron and calcium and is also high in fibre.
- Carrots - Are an excellent low-calorie snack that is high in fibre and beta-carotene, which produces Vitamin A.
- Ginger - Relief or prevention of gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV or bloat) in dogs.
Other IngredientsMy remaining ingredients any why they are so good for your fur babies.
- Sweet potato: Great for digestive health because they are high in dietary fiber. They are also low in fat and contain Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and potassium, and iron (each play a vital role in overall wellness)
- Broccoli: High in fiber and vitamin C and are also low in fat, safe to eat raw or cooked.
- Cauliflower: High in fiber and a great source of antioxidants, the vitamins and antioxidants may help reduce inflammation and help older pets with arthritis. Its fiber can support digestive health, but too much may lead to an upset stomach.
- Carrots: Are an excellent low-calorie snack that is high in fiber and beta-carotene, which produces Vitamin A, they are crunching on this veggie is also awesome for your dog’s teeth care.
- Spinach: Besides being rich in vitamins A,B, C, and K, calcium, iron, antioxidants, beta-carotene, potassium, and roughage which stimulate the digestive track, in small amounts this leafy greens are also a good Source of fiber.
- Raspberries: Contain antioxidants, are low in sugar and calories and are high in fiber, manganese, and vitamin C. They can also help aging joints, especially senior dogs due to anti-inflammatory properties that can help alleviate joint pain.
- Blueberries: Are a superfood, rich in antioxidants and they are packed with fiber, vitamins C and K. They support the immune system and contribute to overall health. - Blackberries: are loaded with antioxidants, to fight free radicals in your dog, and have plenty of fiber and vitamins too.
- Cranberries: Cranberries can improve your dog's bladder health, reduce tartar and plaque buildup, fight bacteria, and help prevent cancer, among other benefits. You can feed raw, cooked, or dried cranberries to your dog in moderation.
- Toasted Hemp seeds: Provide dogs with a near-perfect 3:1 ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.
- Flax Seed: Good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential fatty acids that are good for skin and coat. Contains lignin (For dietary fiber) Anti-inflammatory properties of flaxseed can help ease symptoms of arthritis, lower blood pressure, improve kidney function, and maintain healthy skin and coat in dogs.
-Pumpkin Seeds: Roasted or toasted, pumpkin seeds are a crunchy fall treat for both you and your dog. You may already be familiar with the benefits of canned or cooked pumpkin for dogs, but do not dump the seeds. Loaded with fiber and a healthy dose of protein, pumpkin seeds pack a powerful nutritional punch and are delicious to boot.
-Hemp Hearts: Dogs can eat hemp seeds for the high sources of omega-6 fatty acid known as gamma linolenic acid. These have a ton of benefits for dogs, like cancer prevention and reduced joint pain. Furthermore, hemp is a complete protein source, which means it has all the amino acids essential to a balanced diet.
-Quinoa: Quinoa packs a huge nutritional punch and is good for humans as wells as your pets. It is a gluten-free whole grain that contains high levels of protein as well as vitamins B-1, B-2, and B-6 and vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
- Cinnamon: Great for aging pups with arthritis or muscle soreness. Can help manage joint pain and reduce swelling. Cinnamon is also brain food. Cinnamon helps improve cognitive functions like memory as well, so it brings both mental health and physical health benefits.
- Turmeric: Turmeric root can help fight diseases like arthritis, cancer, diabetes, liver disease, gastrointestinal conditions, and Alzheimer's Disease. It is also an anti-inflammatory for dogs.
- Ginger: Relief or prevention of gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV or bloat) in dogs. It contains many antioxidants that can support dogs with motion sickness, blood circulation, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, and bloat.
- Pea Protein Flour: Rich in iron and calcium and is also high in fiber. Pea protein is almost a near perfect protein of essential amino acids, plus pea protein provides additional vitamins, minerals and fiber that a pet needs in its daily diet.
-Pumpkin Protein Powder: This festive gourd is a miracle food for dogs. Good for both diarrhea and constipation, canned pumpkin (not raw, not the sugary, spicy pie filling) is loaded with fiber and beta-carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A Boost your pet's immune system by including fresh sources of antioxidants, such as those found in pumpkin.
-Hemp Protein Powder: Additionally, dogs can eat hemp seeds for the high sources of omega-6 fatty acid known as gamma linolenic acid. These have a ton of benefits for dogs, like cancer prevention and reduced joint pain. Furthermore, hemp is a complete protein source, which means it has all the amino acids essential to a balanced diet