We’ve seen “limited ingredient recipe” thrown around a lot. And it makes us really excited, ‘cuz that’s what we’re about! But then we flip over the bag…
Given a choice, a cat will naturally eat a diet high in protein, low in carbs, with moderate fat and plenty of moisture. Is this what we should aim to replicate for our own indoor carnivores?
Of course feeding a fresh, raw diet is best. But Dehydrated recipes, including dehydrated food, air-dried food and dry-roasted food offer an easy way to make sure your pet get’s all the whole-food nutrients he need to be happy and healthy.
When you make the switch to real, whole food, you give your cat the nutrition they need to thrive. Meet an adventurous kitty named Ember and learn about her journey to real food!
When you make the switch to real, whole food, you give your dog the nutrition they need to thrive. Meet devoted pet-parent Rachel and her pup Gryffindor, and learn about their journey to real food!
Your pet’s health starts with what’s in the bowl, and you have the power to fill it with everything your pet needs to thrive… like krill. This tiny crustacean is packed with omegas, antioxidants, and more — and can have a HUGE impact on your pet’s health. Read on to learn how!
Many pet parents choose to feed kibble or canned food. While these options can be convenient and affordable, there are some serious downsides — including a slew of dangerous ingredients that simply aren’t meant to be eaten by people or their pets. Learn what these ingredients are so you can stay away!
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