USDA Organic Fed Whole Hens

offered as one of our raw dog food products are organic egg layers, sourced from  the Organic Valley Cooperative. Organic Valley maintains high organic standards committed to farming and production In a way that protects the land, animals, economy and people’s health. The chickens live healthy and happy lives in a free open environment. The breed of the Whole Hens are Hyline Browns. The Hyline Browns are ideally suited for free-range production with their calm temperament adapting well to a managed environment, producing a rich brown egg with robust egg shells. Whole Organic Fed Hens are: The USDA requires chicken …

Raw Meaty Bones

Asta loving a Raw Meaty Neck Bone from Raw Dog Food and Company. Raw Meaty Neck Bones are part of the raw dog food diet and may be the highlight of you dog’s day! Instead of a meal lasting only seconds, your dogs will most likely find the Beef Neck Bone a nice bit of entertainment as they’re ripping the meat away from the bone and enjoying their time gnawing on the bone. I normally feed Asta a Raw Meaty Neck bone once per week because of the high ratio of bone to meat. For a day or two after the entertaining …

Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s)

Raw Dog Food Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s)   A good practice, to supplement the raw food diet is a high quality Omega 3/Essential Fatty Acids (EFA). The Omega 3/EFAs should be animal based and we recommended whole wild caught fish, capsules or the Nordic Natural Omega Pet liquid because it’s intentionally made to preserve freshness in it’s liquid state. What to Supplement We do recommended alternating EFAs… cod liver oil, tuna oil, krill oil, salmon oil, etc. You would feed one type for a bottle’s worth, then switch to the next oil type.  We suggest to use/feed alphabetically to keep …

Wolf Run Plus Spotlight

Raw Dog Food and Company is excited to add a new blend to our product mix, Wolf Run Plus. Wolf Run Plus contains Tripe, Beef Muscle Meat, Beef Heart, Bone, Trachea and Gullet, Liver and Spleen. The largest component of this blend is green tripe. A magical, yet somewhat stinky, part of the meal that most dogs just love, love, love. Tripe is the stomach of ruminating (grazing) animals, such as cow/buffalo, sheep and goats. Ruminants have a unique digestive system comprised of multiple chambers that break down plant matter with a concoction of digestive enzymes, gastric juices and amino …

Choosing The Chow

When feeding a raw diet, a variety of proteins is important.  With the Raw Dog Food and Company products you have the selection you need at hand, as well as the blends that add organ and bone than can provide a complete meal all in one package. Your goal is balance over time, and a week’s time is generally the guideline used.  For example, one meal could have more bone content, another more meat or organs and balance it out during the entire week.  The approximate ratio overall is: 80% meat (trim pieces, sinew, ligaments, fat, heart) 10% edible bone …