- About product
- Ingredients & Analysis
- Storage & Feeding
Wolves and dogs share 99.9% of their DNA, feeding raw therefore is one of the most natural ways of feeding your dog, as it mimics their ancestral diet. Although for some of us it can have downsides: cost, freezer space, getting in the routine of defrosting the day before and the inconvenience when traveling with your dog. If you would like to feed your dog a raw diet but are looking for a convenient alternative, dry raw dog food is a great option.
Our Dry Raw Beef Superfood Menu is packed with fresh beef, vegetables and fruits that are gently air dried to preserve all the essential nutrients found directly in our human-grade ingredients. Say Goodbye to...Storage issues, large order quantities and defrosting times. Raw feeding made easy & without the mess our dry raw food menus can be fed at home, on the move or while dining al fresco in the garden!
Dry Raw Benefits:
- Gently Air Dried
- Improved Digestion
- Healthier Skin
- Cleaner Teeth
- Raw Feeding Friendly
35% Fresh Beef Muscle Meat, 10% Fresh Beef Hearts, 9% Fresh Green Beef Tripe, 8% Fresh Breastbones, 6% Fresh Beef Kidney, 3% Beef Liver, 10% Carrots, 4% Apples, 4% Pears, 3% Beetroot, 2% Blueberries, 1% Sunflower Oil, 0.8% Cod Liver Oil, 0.5% Wheat Germ oil, 0.4% Salmon Oil, 0.4% Rose Hips, 0.4% Seaweed Lime, 0.1% Seaweed.
Supplementary feed for dogs.
Proteine - 44%
Fat - 17%
Moisture - 8%
Ash - 5%
Fibre - 2%
Now that you've got your bag of Bunch, here's how to keep those tasty morsels fresh:
All our products come in a handy resealable bag, so you can lock in the natural goodness between feedings.
Just store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight! It's that easy! To ensure the highest nutritional value of the ingredients, we recommend using the bag's contents within 8 weeks of opening.
Please always supervise your dog while feeding, and make sure fresh, clean water is available.
Suitable for puppies over 12 weeks.
30kg and over: 0.8-1% of the bodyweight = 240g - 300g per day
16kg - 30kg: 1% of the bodyweight = 160g - 300g per day
up to 15 kg: 1-1.5% of the bodyweight = 150g - 225g per day
Puppies up to 8 months: 2-3% of the bodyweight.
These are guidelines for feeding your normally active, not neutered, healthy dog.
However, individual needs may differ by up to 50% from the calculated values due to age, breed or activity.
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