Due to pricing and the rising costs of meat, produce and other things – we are no longer using all Organic Ingredients. We will use Organic when we can or when we can get prices that are allow us to. We have been in the process of changing our labels over to reflect these changes.
Angus Beef with Organic Carrots and Broccoli
Our Angus Beef meal provides your dog with superior proteins essential for growth and bone development.
Carrots are one of the richest source of pro-vitamin A carotenes, with broccoli being one of the most nutrient dense foods for dogs to eat.
This dish is prepared using a 80/20 meat to vegetable ratio, and is an excellent meal for younger dogs and those who are still growing. In this meal we use Human Grade Beef, which is the finest of cuts and best quality meat one can purchase at a grocer.
Lamb with Green Beans, Kale, Spirulina, Kelp and Spinach
The Pasture Raised Lamb and Green Veggie dish is perfect for growing and very active dogs.
Lamb is a great source of protein containing essential fatty acids, with emulsified kale providing energy in the form of minerals and vitamins. Spinach is a rich source of antioxidants, supplying the carotenes lutein and zeaxanthin.
Green beans are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, and potassium.
This dish is prepared using a 75/15/10 meat, vegetable, to rice ratio.
Wild Salmon with Snow Peas, Kale, Bok Choy, and Cilantro
Salmon is an excellent source of nutrition for dogs supplying them with Omega-3 fatty acids and protein.
Our Wild Salmon dish is infused with herbs, grilled, then sprinkled with cilantro to give it character and zest. We steam bok choy which contains powerful antioxidants and is densely packed with nutrients. Add baby carrots and kale to ensure a balanced and nutritious meal.
This dish is prepared using a 80/20 meat to vegetable ratio and is perfect for adult and older dogs.
Duck with Squash, Kale, Alfalfa, Flax Seed, Spinach and Krill Oil
Our Wild Duck meal combines lean poultry with Krill Oil and vegetables to provide a more highly nutritious canine meal.
Squash contain an ample amount of vitamins and flavonoids, which help in strengthening the immune system. Alfalfa is rich in calcium, potassium, and iron, supplying the phytochemical 3-n-butyl phthalide, which acts as a potent anti-tumor agent. Dandelion is a very nutritive herb that aids kidney function, with kelp containing over 60 minerals and 21 amino acids (it is also a great source of calcium for dogs). Not only that, but Krill Oil is an excellent and highly processable source of Omegas for both canines and felines.
This meal is prepared using a 80/20 meat to vegetable ratio, and is excellent for older dogs and those with health problems.
Beef Liver with Tripe, Yams, Zucchini, and Green Beans
Beef liver contains a vast range of important vitamins and minerals, and should be feed to dogs on a regular basis.
Tripe is very nutritious for dogs to eat, containing a diverse profile of enzymes, omega- 3 and 6 fatty acids, probiotics, and phytonutrients.
Yams contain high amounts of potassium and vitamin B6, zucchini rich with antioxidants, and snow peas full of iron and dietary fiber. The beef liver with tripe meal is a must for all dogs, and should be feed once a day to provide your dog with the essential nutrients it needs to stay healthy.
This dish is prepared using a 80/20 meat to vegetable ratio.
Chicken with Wheatgrass, Acai Berry, Summer Squash, and Pears
Our Chicken with Wheatgrass dish is one of our more popular dishes. This meal is perfect for almost any dog, supplying them with the essential vitamins and minerals they need to maintain a healthy life.
Wheatgrass is one of the most potentially healthy substances on Earth containing over 90 different minerals. What wheatgrass does for your dog is it helps build blood, aids in cleansing their body, and fights and protects against illness.
Summer Squash is very nutritious containing high levels of Vitamin C and beta-carotone, with pears being an excellent source for water-soluble fiber and pectin. We added ginger and sage to this meal to provide added minerals and antioxidizing benefits.
This dish is prepared using a 80/20 meat to vegetable and fruit ratio.