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Monitor pet at all times when feeding raw bones. If dog uses excessive force recreational bones may not be suitable for your dog. Excessive force or prolonged chewing can cause unwanted wear or cracking of your dogs teeth. Feed as a treat – 2-3 bones maximum per week.

Flat Rib Bone

  • # 1 Best Seller
  • Great for puppies and adult dogs
  • Pasture raised beef
  • Hormone & antibiotic free
  • Great for cleaning teeth and gums

Meal Planning Information

  • Recreational chewing bone recommended for cleaning teeth and gums.
  • Provides 20 – 30 minutes of chewing.
  • Feed frozen to extend length of chew time.
  • Not intended to be eaten entirely. Remove once all meat and sinews are consumed.
  • Good for dogs 25 lbs to 125 lbs!
  • Always feed supervised

Beef Marrow Bones

  • Available in 3 sizes (small, medium and large)
  • Very popular! Dogs love marrow bones
  • Pasture raised beef
  • Hormone & antibiotic free
  • Great for cleaning teeth and gums

Meal Planning Information

  • Recreational chewing bone recommended for cleaning teeth and gums.
  • Provides 40 – 60+ minutes of chewing
  • Not intended to be eaten entirely – remove once all meat and marrow has been consumed
  • Small = 10 – 25 lb, Medium 25 – 65 lbs, Large 65 lbs+
  • Always feed supervised

Chicken Necks

  • Cats love them!
  • Great for small breeds (5 – 20 lbs)
  • Free range Ontario chicken
  • Hormone & antibiotic free
  • Soft digestible raw bone

Meal Planning Information

  • Meal replacement bone – can be fed as a substitute for a prepared ground meal
  • Can be eaten entirely in 1 -2 minutes
  • Feed frozen to prevent gulping
  • Always feed supervised

Chicken Feet

  • 1 Chicken Foot = 1600 mg of naturally occurring glucosamine
  • Hormone & Antibiotic Free Ontario Raised Chicken
  • Raw Entertainment for Your Dog
  • Great for Cleaning Teeth and Gums

Meal Planning Information

  • Can be fed as a treat or alongside a raw meal
  • Feed frozen to prevent gulping
  • Always feed supervised
  • Recommended 1 – 2 per day

Sardines

  • Rich source of Omega3 Fatty Acids
  • A great tasting fish with a bit of crunch
  • Cats love them too
  • Freshly frozen – these small fish have no strong smell!

Meal Planning Information

  • Can be fed as a treat or alongside a raw meal
  • Feed frozen to prevent gulping
  • Always feed supervised
  • Recommended 1 – 2 per day

Goat Milk

  • Raw fermented goats milk is an excellent supplement for dogs & cats of all ages.
  • Recommended as an excellent way to successfully restore good digestive gut bacteria when making the switch from dry food to raw.
  • Also beneficial for improved digestion, liver disorders and improved immune system response.
  • Also highly recommended for breeders! An excellent way to wean puppies from mother’s milk to raw food.

Meal Planning Information

  • Start small so you don’t overwhelm the system with all this new goodness.
  • Small size dogs or cats 1 tsp. – 1 tbsp.
  • Medium size dogs 1 – 2 tbsp.
  • Always feed supervised
  • Large Dogs 2 – 3 tbsp.
  • You can increase this dosage to 2 or 3 times the suggested daily serving.

Duck Eggs

  • An excellent addition to your pet’s daily meals!
  • Add raw shelled or unshelled duck eggs to your pets dish as a daily meal addition or special treat.
  • Raw Duck Eggs are an excellent source of protein!
  • Shells are an excellent source of calcium.

Meal Planning Information

  • Suggestion to serve this up no more than 1-3 times per week.

Daily Serving Suggestion:

  • 10-50 lbs …… 1 egg
  • 50-100 lbs …… 2 eggs

Quail Eggs

  • Our newest most popular addition to your pets daily dish.
  • Quail eggs are highly nutritious but also incredibly delicious.
  • Their small size makes them the perfect treat that can be fed straight from the fridge as a snack, or added to your pet’s daily meal.

Meal Planning Information – Daily Serving Suggestion:

  • 5 to 20 lbs – 1 egg
  • 20 to 40 lbs – 2 eggs
  • 40 to 60 lbs – 3 eggs
  • 80 + lbs – 4+ eggs