Love Your Pet natural raw foods are made from the finest ingredients available-wild game, free-range raw meats and fresh vegetables. Absolutely no preservatives, colorings, fillers or flavorings are added since our frozen raw foods are healthy, delicious and perfect as-is! By providing optimal, natural nutrition, you offer your dog one of the keys to lifelong health and happiness. Let Love Your Pet assist you in helping provide the ultimate diet to your best friend that requires absolutely no preparation. Order online for delivery directly to you or find a store near you.
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Bison has a relatively high protein, high mineral content. It has four times more Omega 3's than beef, as well as a naturally higher fat content than elk. Bison is a great meat to choose if your dog is needing to put on a little weight.
WHY ELK OR VENISON?
Elk and venison are wild game meats which have naturally occurring Omega 3's and are high in iron and protein. Venison has a slightly higher fat content than elk or bison. Elk is the leanest of the three game meats.
Vegetables in a dogs diet helps dogs get added nutrients.
WHY WOULD I CHOOSE A MEAT WITHOUT VEGETABLES?
Choosing a meat without vegetables is great for someone who is looking for an elimination diet for their dog if their dog has allergies.
WHY RAW ELK BONES?
Elk bones can be served to your dog as part of their raw diet. According to Dr. Ian Billingshurst "Raw meaty bones and vegetable scraps were very close to the evolutionary diet of cats and dogs. No cooking or processing to remove the 'unwanted' or 'unnecessary' bits. No adulteration with chemicals. No massive amounts of cooked grains. The evolutionary approach to nutrition was obvious and common sense." Not only will your dog receive essential nutrients from these bones but they will help strengthen your dogs jaw.
We recommend you to consider feeding organ meats/tripe every 7-10 days to complete your pet's raw food diet.