Do NOT cook bones as they become hard and are extremely harmful as they may splinter and puncture your pet’s stomach or intestines. On the other hand, raw bones are soft and easy to digest.

Stay away from weight bearing bones, knuckle bones of large animals and vertebrae as they are too dense and can break your pet’s teeth.

Avoid carbohydrates such as grains as they are not naturally part of your canine’s diet and are not digested properly.

Avoid meat from animals that have ingested antibiotics or hormones. These harmful substances will be transmitted to your pet. Our animals are sourced hormone-free, antibiotic-free and are pasture raised and grass fed. Unhealthy animals have an impact on your pet's health!

SAFE PRACTICES FOR HANDLING RAW PET FOOD OR ANY RAW MEAT INCLUDE:

Keep raw food frozen until use, then thaw in the refrigerator.
Keep raw food separate from other foods and food surfaces.
Cover and refrigerate excess food for up to 3 days.
Safely discard raw food after 2 hours if not eaten.
Sanitize all preparation surfaces.
Wash hands thoroughly with hot water and soap after handling raw food.
Wash pet food bowls, dishes and utensils with hot water and soap after use.