Only 1 Ingredient - Raw Food for Dogs

Only 1 Ingredient - Raw Food for Dogs

 A raw dog food diet is designed to mimic a dogs natural ancestral menu. The whole concept of raw feeding is based upon a dog’s instinctive carnivorous bias— a built-in desire to capture (or find) and eat another animal.

As unsavory as it may seem, it is completely natural for a dog to consume the entire animal.
Meat, bones, organs and all.


We can supply

  1. All Natural 100% Chicken in 1/2lb & 1lb packages, frozen
  2. All Natural 100% Beef in 1/2lb & 1lb packages, frozen
  3. All Natural Blend of Beef, Chicken & Lamb in 1/2lb & 1lb packages, frozen

Storage & Preparation Raw Dog Food

Storing Raw Dog Food

 You store raw dog food much in the same way you store your own raw food such as hamburger patties and chicken — place it in secure packaging, such as a covered plastic container, and store it in the freezer. This will help deter bacterial growth and reduce spoiling.  

If you should choose to refrigerate the raw dog food, it must be maintained at a temperature that is consistently 40 °F or below. According to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), “bacteria grow most rapidly in the range of temperatures between 40 and 140 °F, the "Danger Zone," some doubling in number in as little as 20 minutes. A refrigerator set at 40 °F or below will protect most foods.

 B.A.R.F.---Biologically Appropriate Raw Food

This diet is all about feeding dogs properly based on returning them to their evolutionary diet. Consisting of raw whole foods similar the diet of their ancestors.

The food must contain muscle meat. bone, fat, organ meat, vegetables and fruits as nature intended 

 Preparation of Raw Dog Food

It is best to take care when handling raw dog food. Any surface the raw food touches, including kitchen counters, cutting boards, knives, food bowls, or your hands, may become contaminated if the food contains a pathogenic organism. 

  1.  Washing your “hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or and after handling food.”
  2. Running “cutting boards and utensils through the dishwasher or wash them in hot soapy water after each use.”
  3. Keeping “countertops clean by washing them with hot soapy water after preparing food.”


When serving a raw food, it should be taken out of the freezer and refrigerated or left at room temperature just for a time sufficient for defrosting. Additionally, only the portion for one to two meals should be defrosted.