We Are Passionate About Protein.
All our products are air-dried to harvest the best of nature’s proteins, fatty acids and minerals that your fur-baby requires as a carnivore. Although descended from wolves and wild dogs thousands of years ago and domesticated, dogs’ digestion does not thrive with cooked or modified foods. Cooking destroys protein chains and reduces the bioavailability of nutrients for your dog.
Many hunting breeds still show a natural preference for chicken or turkey because these flightless birds would appeal to a hunter looking for high reward/low energy to catch. Also depending on the activity-level of the breed, high energy dogs need higher levels of fat and will have a preference for pork. Dog’s who are not getting enough amino acids will automatically want liver to make up the shortfall.
Turkey for Lazy Days – Pork for Busy Days – BEEF FOR SUPER DAYS – Chicken for EverydaY!
High Protein Content
Turkey is rich in protein and therefore great for building muscles and muscle repair.
Rich in Riboflavin and Phosphorous
Canines gain a lot with a daily intake of food that is rich in riboflavin. The vitamin is responsible for fats and carbohydrates being metabolized into energy. In addition, riboflavin plays a big part in producing the red blood cells that carry oxygen and nutrients around the dog’s body.
Phosphorus supports of healthy kidney function in dogs, which helps flush out any toxins from a dog’s body through its urine. This, in turn, helps a dog maintain the best shape as far as health is concerned.
In addition, phosphorus also aids muscle contractions which in turn help in motor functions, helping a dog’s capacity to exercise and chew, or trailing by your side during your morning runs, and helps dogs maintain normal heart rates.
Low Caloric Content
While rich in protein, turkey is fairly low in fat.
Good Source of Energy
Chicken is lean meat and is perfect for our canine friends. Chicken provides a big source of energy for dogs. Dogs need protein as their main energy source and chicken is exactly that. Any excess protein that surpasses the need for muscle tissue maintenance is used for energy.
Builds Lean Muscle Mass
Chicken helps your dog to build lean muscle mass. Muscle mass breaks down as your dog is active or ages and needs to be replaced. Chicken is the perfect solution which aids them to keep healthy and feeling good.
Provides Omega 6 Fatty Acids
Chicken provides omega 6 fatty acids which help your dog to shine. They help your dog to sustain healthy skin and a shiny coat. He will be turning heads in the park!
Great Source of Amino Acids
Put simply, amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Ten of the twenty-two amino acids need to be acquired through diet or supplements for dogs. Dietary sources of essential amino acids are found within proteins, with the highest concentrations generally found in animal protein like chicken.
High in Amino Acid Content
Pork, contains the essential amino acids that are necessary for building your pet’s cells, tissues and organs, as well as for maintaining proper physiological functions.
Rich in Thiamine and Potassium
Thiamine, also known as Vitamin B1 is an essential vitamin for dogs. This means they cannot make it themselves, and it must be included in their diet for optimum health. Without thiamine, your dog could experience stomach upset, neurological issues and muscle weakness. Thiamine is also used to help convert food into energy, allowing your pup to remain strong and energetic.
- Fight inflammation
- Reduce anxiety
- Improve cardiovascular health
- Promote healthy kidney function
- Loaded with niacin, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin D
Rich in Nutrients
Most importantly, beef liver is a good source of vitamin A, iron, copper, phosphorus, and zinc as well as B vitamins and essential fatty acids. If you have recently rescued a dog who was malnourished, finding a way to incorporate
beef liver into your dog’s diet could be a game-changer for getting them back to health.
Benefits the Liver
Liver for your pup’s liver… easy to remember right? Liver has such a great nutritional profile it is easy to understand how it might help your dog if they are anemic, fatigued or suffering from a general malaise.
Liver is not only a good source of protein but it also is loaded with vitamin B12. This combination helps keep your pup full of energy. If your dog likes to run or hike with you consider some liver as a snack to keep the energy up!
Great Source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids
These fatty acids not only promote a fully functioning immune system but they also help keep your pup’s skin and coat looking healthy and shiny. Like in humans, great skin and healthy hair starts with what you’re eating. The same is true for your pup. Liver is a great food to add to your dog’s diet if they get sick easily or if their skin or coat is looking dull.
Boost Naturally Occuring Protein in Food
The development concept was to take a ‘paleo’ approach to mimic what would occur whilst pack hunting and pack hunters would always up the value of their diet by eating the stomach contents of the prey. This is how carnivores get their veggies and fiber really.
Make Any Bowl a Sensory Experience
Our Beef Meal Topper is made of selected natural aromatics and naturally occurring sources of fiber (like the coriander seed husk) to assist in the sensory enhancement of generic wet dog foods and kibble.
Simulate More Familiar Digestible Elements to Increase Bioavailability
Black pepper contains piperine, which is a great activator of bioavailability during digestion. So, the rationale is really to up what our picky eaters can get out of their food underneath the topper as, sadly, many brands of dog foods are cheating the nutrition. So you are looking at meat flakes and powder (about 77% of USDA bottom rounds, with less than 2% pepper and up to 8% fiber derived from 23% of the coarse ground aromatic herbs).
We use the time honored method of air-drying to preserve our meats
- Retains all the meat’s nutrients and flavor with no need for fillers
- No artificial preservatives used
- In our founder’s South-African tradition
human grade meats,
Our treats are made in small batches in our USDA certified facility in North Carolina
- Human grade meats made in a human grade facility with human grade processes
- Small batches ensure a fresh and high quality product