Transitioning and Feeding Guide

Dogs & Cats Are Carnivores Raw meat is the most natural, nutritious and satisfying type of food a pet can have! Essential vitamins and minerals contribute to a shiny coat, less hairballs in cats, better tempered agile dogs and cleaner, smaller stools. By eating raw meats, pets develop healthy immune systems that prevent many diseases including skin allergies, bowel inflammation and arthritis.

Transitioning Steps

  1. Choose the right type of meat.
  2. Start with small meals a few times a day, separate from non-raw foods.
  3. Slowly increase the amount up to 2-3% of your pet’s body weight.
  4. Keep an eye on your pet’s transition for 7-10 days

How to Start, Which Meat is Right for Your Pet?

For Dogs:
Start with a gentler more complex food such as the Dog Mix. The Dog Mix is especially made for dogs. It contains a potent combination of beef, pork and horse. The Dog Mix is ground, making it easy on digestion, allowing your pet to adapt quickly. They’ll get all the protein, vitamins, minerals and necessary fat. As proof, the first thing you’ll notice is the soft shiny coat!

For Cats:
The Cat Mix is especially made for cats. It provides essential nutrition for optimum health. It is made of beef and liver. This mix is also ground, allowing for easier digestion and transition. Watch out for that shiny coat and less to none hairballs!

Meaty Bones and Chicken Necks are good starter treats. Pets love bones plus they’ll get their calcium and teeth health underway. After about 3 weeks on the new diet, you may begin
trying other meats such as steak or fish.

If your pet has any pre-existing condition, please don’t hesitate to ask our staff for support.

All meat must be thawed before feeding!
Never feed cooked bones to your Pets!

Starting your pet on fresh meat requires care but it isn't hard at all!

Download Transitioning & Feeding Guide!