This hearty raw dog food recipe incorporates whole skinless duck - the head, meat, bones, brains and eyeballs, everything!). Duck is rich in iron and provides dogs with a lean, easy-to-digest protein source. It’s also rich in amino acids to support strong muscles, and particularly rich in vitamin B12, essential for your dog’s healthy growth, supporting cell production, nervous system, and the formation of red blood cells. Zucchini and ginger contribute to the vitamin and mineral content to enhance these health-boosting benefits.
250g frozen pack
Balanced and complete, formulated to exceed all nutrient levels established by NRC and AAFCO standards for adult dogs.
Cage free Whole Duck, Duck Breast, Duck Gizzard, Duck Liver, Blue Mussels, Oyster, Wild Mackerel, seasonal fruits & vegetables (Butternut Squash, Blueberries, Parsley, Broccoli, Zucchini, Green Beans, Beet, Bok Choy), Shiitake Mushroom, Flaxseed, Pumpkin Seeds, Icelandic Kelp, Ginger, Psyllium Husks, Natural Vitamins D & E
Calorie content (calculated): 1302 kcal/kg.
Handling & Storage
Keep frozen (-18°C) until ready. to use; thaw in chiller overnight. Divide into daily meal portions and refreeze or refrigerate leftovers, use within 48 hours.
Feed as complete meal or food topper. Suitable for adult dogs of all sizes. Feed 2-3 times the amount for puppers under 11 months.
Making the switch for most dogs means gradually transitioning to new food so their stomach doesn’t get upset—especially if they are used to eating kibble (imagine how your stomach would react if you ate the equivalent of cereal puffs every day and then had a steak!). A new diet causes disruption of the good bugs in your dog’s gut—called the microbiome—but if you take your time, their microbiome will adapt.
It should take ~10 days, some dogs take a full month, so please go at your dog's pace! The big rule is to work towards carefully & slowly swapping over your dog's food.
We recommend a 2 week transition using the below table as a guide: