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Our products are made from government-inspected, human-quality meats, vegetables and fruits, as well as farm-fresh eggs and kelp supplements from the eastern coast of Canada.

No by-products or meal are used—just good, wholesome fresh meats.

Why Raw?

  • Promote better health for a longer and happier life.
  • Experience less food-related and allergy problems.
  • Raw food offers the full nutrition and digestive enzymes pets need, with vitamins and minerals supplied naturally without processed additives.
  • Chewing chicken and turkey necks, chicken
    carcasses and other raw bones is good for cleaning teeth and satisfying dogs’ natural urge to chew.
  • Our single-source protein makes it easy to do an elimination diet to determine allergies.
  • Frozen raw food eliminates the need for
    preservatives, which are needed in all dry foods, and cooking, which destroys some of the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals.
  • The dog’s immune system is designed to handle bacteria such as salmonella. If dogs are fed nothing but heat-sterilized food, they are deprived of the opportunity to develop an immune response to these and other organisms.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Cat Calulator found HERE

How much to feed your dog

Generally, mature dogs should be fed about 2% of their ideal body weight and puppies about 5%. You can look at the graphs below, or go straight to our Food Calculator that will help you figure out exactly how much muscle meat you need to feed your cat or dog every day.

 

Mature dog

25-lb dog = 0.5 lb per day

50-lb dog = 1 lb per day

75-lb dog = 1.5 lbs per day

100-lb dog = 2 lbs per day

 

Puppy

10-lb dog = 0.5 lb per day

20-lb dog = 1 lb per day

30-lb dog = 1.5 lb per day

40-lb dog = 2 lb per day

(Feed your puppy until it is full grown 1 yr for a small or medium dog or 2 yrs for a larger breed)

Tips to keep in mind:

Keep an eye on weight gain or loss and adjust food intake accordingly.
Active dogs and dogs with a higher metabolism may need more food, while seniors often need less.
Use the rib test often. You should be able to readily feel your dog’s ribs, but they should have some flesh on them, and not be too pronounced.

Puppies and young dogs should be fed about 5% of their body weight. Like all young creatures, puppies grow in “fits and starts” that requires constant adjustments, feeding more when in a growth spurt and less when not.
Watch your pets’ weight and condition and adjust amounts accordingly.

Contact Us
3185 Theatre Road,
Cranbrook, BC V1C 7B8
Telephone: (250) 417-0487
Email: info@petsgoraw.ca