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Balancers added to raw or cooked meat for dogs

Balancers added to raw or cooked meat for cats

Add water and bake as biscuits or granola

Health boosters fed as powder or a jelly

ADAPTOGENS

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ALTERNATIVE PROTEINS

AUSTRALIAN SUPERFOODS

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HERBS, VITAMINS & OTHER

Nutrition for dogs made simple

Health benefits of raw for dogs & cats

Why we're anti-kibble

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Nutrition for cats and dogs. We explain the key reasons your dog or cat should eat a raw or lightly cooked high protein diet.

  • 5 min read
It's often said that if you're feeding raw then you should be feeding offal too. The fact is, dogs need specific nutrients...not ingredients. And they don't need to include offal.
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If you’re feeding your cat raw, one of the common things you’re probably told is that cats are obligate carnivores, and so they should only eat meat.

Well, it’s true. Cats are obligate carnivores. But it’s not true that they should only eat meat.

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You've been turned off kibble, and you're wary about the pitfalls of homemade dog food that's not complete and balanced. There are pre-made fresh food options of course, but is there a homemade human-grade alternative? Something that makes a raw (or lightly cooked) diet for dogs  simple and foolproof? The answer is yes, and we explain the approach.

  • 3 min read

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