So what makes up this raw food then?

Raw food like any other helps provide the nutrients that your dog needs. Many of our complete foods contain the foods listed below, but do you know what they actually do to help your dog? 

Well we've compiled a great list to keep you informed!

Eggs


Eggs

Eggs have such a great store of nutrients such as: protein, B vitamins, calcium, biotin, fats, vitamin D, glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and vitamin E.

All of those vitamins and nutrients help build muscle, promote fur growth and repair tissue. They can also help relieve joint and tissue pain. Definitely a 'super' egg!

With raw egg people always worry about salmonella bacteria however the chance of it being inside an intact egg is about 0.005% so the risk is incredibly low - don't believe newspaper hype!

Flax Seed Oil


Flax Seed and Flax Oil

This wonder oil contain loads of nutrients for your pup including: Omega3, 6 and 9 as well as very powerful antioxidant properties.

Flax seed oil is well known for helping to regulate your dogs metabolism and helps with mobility and keeping those joints working they way they should.

Interestingly it also has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties as well.

Finally flax seed oil helps to improve coat condition and promotes healthy skin.

Raw Bone


raw marrow bone

An amazing source of protein, calcium, phosphorous and healthy fats.

Raw bones contain natural chondroitin for joint health and are rich in Omega 3, selenium and vitamin B3.

Not only are raw bones super packed full of great stuff for your dogs insides they serve an important role in keeping your dogs teeth healthy and clean. So bin that doggy tooth brush and give them a raw bone!

Liver


Liver

This meat is really packed full of nutrients such as: Vitamin A, B, E and K. It also contains zinc, fat, phosphorous, iron, copper, omega's 3 and 6, amino acids and iodine!

This super meat helps with your dogs digestion, reproduction and nerve health. It also helps to prevent anaemia and can help keep your dogs blood nice and healthy. Liver is essential for preventing fatigue, developing those brains and helping with muscle growth.

Kelp


Kelp

Although odd looking kelp is a rich source of iodine, minerals and salts which means that it helps support the functioning of the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands.

It is amazing at helping cleanse your dogs digestive system and the high content of iron helps your pups immune system.

Celery Seeds


celery seeds

These tiny seeds have amazing anti-inflammatory properties which help to encourage healthy joints.

These can help support dogs that are having stiffness in their joints.

Carrots


carrots

These brightly coloured veg have truly awesome anti-oxidants inside them and contain one of the richest sources of pro-vitamin A carotenes.

They play host to an array of vitamins and minerals such as: vitamins B, C, D, E, K, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, sodium and iron.

And they really are good for your dogs eyesight - although nightvision isn't gaurenteed! 

Broccoli


broccoli

These mini green trees sport dense concentrations of nutrients and are really high in vitamin C.

They also provide beta carotene, folic acid calcium and fibre!

Root Vegetables


root vegetables