100% Natural, Whole-Food Ingredients

 
 

Wild Salmon

High in Omega-3 Fatty Acids whose anti-inflammatory properties may benefit heart, immune system, joint, skin, coat and nail health.These whole, wild-caught fish are wonderful sources of protein, anti-inflammatory Omega-3 Fatty Acids, calcium, Vitamin B-12, phosphorus, selenium, and Vitamin D.

Our Salmon is Wild-Caught in Alaska or Washington State.

Duck

 Duck is rich in iron and is a lean, easy-to-digest protein source. Duck is also a great source of amino acids, which help to support strong muscles.

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Duck can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our duck is also humanely-raised in France without antibiotics.

Rabbit

Rabbit is a great source of lean protein with a delicious, mild flavor. Rabbit is high in protein and essential amino acids necessary for tissue repair AND help boost the immune system.It's also lower in cholesterol than most other protein sources, containing minimum amounts of saturated fats. The healthy fats in rabbit meat will keep your dog’s joints lubricated and coat shiny.

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Rabbit can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our humanely-raised meats are also antibiotic-free.

Kangaroo

Kangaroo has a strong, robust flavor, and is one of the healthiest and most delicious meats for dogs.

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Kangaroo can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

We source our Wild Kangaroo from Australia, where the animals roam freely and graze on natural foliage in The Outback.

Pork



Wild Boar meat is high in protein and has a sweet, nutty, intense flavor. Pork Heart is a nutrient-rich and delicious meat loved by cats and dogs.

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them. Wild boar can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our pork is humanely-raised on family farms in Georgia without antibiotics.

Gator

With a mild flavor similar to chicken, alligator packs an extra nutritional punch due to its low fat and cholesterol. Blended with wild caught salmon, Alligator is one of our best selling treats due to its irresistible one-of-a-kind flavor!

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Alligator, can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our humanely-raised meats are also antibiotic-free.

Goat

Goat meat is one of the most widely consumed meat options world wide and for good reason! Goat is lower in calories than pork/lamb/beef, lower in fat/cholesterol than chicken, and higher in iron content than beef.

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Goat can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our goat is humanely-raised and is also antibiotic-free.

Turkey

Turkey is a highly desired protein found in pet food. It’s full of good nutrients and is also highly digestible, so it can be used for pets with digestive issues. Turkey is low in calories and high in Selenium and Tryptophan both of which benefit the immune system. Plus ours is humanely-raised in the USA and antibiotic-free. Gobble Gobble!

Chicken, beef and lamb have been used for so long in pet foods and treats that many holistic veterinarians and practitioners believe some dogs and cats have developed sensitivities to them, which can trigger various issues. Turkey can be less likely to trigger allergies and digestive issues because they are so new to your pet's system.

Our turkey is humanely raised without antibiotics in the USA.

Whitefish

We love our salmon flavor, but that's not the only fish in the sea. Whitefish is a natural source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids which are great for skin, coat, heart, immune system and joint health. This tasty fish is easily digested and high in protein, and is a great option for dogs with food allergies or sensitivities.

Our whitefish is wild-caught in the Pacific Northwest.

Coconut

Coconut offers a plethora of health benefits to your furry friend such as gently elevating the metabolism providing a higher level of energy and vitality.

Coconut Flour is a nutrient dense plant-based, gluten-free flour that is high in fiber, protein, iron, and has a low glycemic index. This is a terrific alternative flour for pet parents who want grain-free treats but may have concerns about legume flours. Our Coconut Flour is organic, non-GMO and fair-trade.

Coconut oil improves any dog’s skin and coat, improves digestion, and reduces allergic reactions. Plus dogs LOVE the taste!!

Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a wonderful vegetable full of antioxidants and fiber, great for digestion. In particular it is extremely beneficial for dogs, not only because of its high antioxidant content, but also because of its ability to help with a variety of digestive issues, from constipation to diarrhea.

Apples (without the seeds)

Apples are a tasty and healthy treat for our canine companions. This disease-fighting fruit packs a nutritional punch, complete with dietary fiber, vitamins A and C, and antioxidants.

As a bonus, apples can help keep a dog’s teeth clean and breath fresh. Fiber found in apples can contribute to a dog’s overall gastrointestinal health, while vitamin C is believed to help with degenerative conditions, like joint disease.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are a great source of beta-carotene, an antioxidant that helps reduce the risk of certain types of cancer while simultaneously providing protection against heart disease and are one of the best dietary sources of vitamin A, which promotes healthy skin, coat, eyes, nerves, and muscles in dogs. High in fiber, sweet potatoes provide vital nutrients like viamin C, B6, potassium, calcium, and iron, just to name a few!

Kale

Kale is a powerhouse of antioxidants and vitamins. High in fiber, low in calroies Kale helps keep the digestive track moving while promoting healthy weight.

The anti-oxiddante and vitamins and minerals in Kale are good for bone health and heart health. while the Omega-3s offer anti-inflammatories which boost your pet's immune system to fight off infections.

Carrot

Carrots contain over 200 known nutrients and phytonutrients! Not only do dogs love their natural sweetness and crunch, they're they’re loaded with vitamin C and K and otherimportant nutrients like potassium, iron, and manganese as well as beta-carotene, helping to improve eyesight and a healthy immune system.
Low in calories and high in fiber and vitamins, crunching on carrots can also be good for dogs' teeth.

Blueberries

Blueberries are an antioxidant powerhouse fruit can help neutralize free radicals serving as a natural multivitamin for your dog.

Unlike many fruits, blueberries are quite low in sugar but are amazingly high in healthful nutrients such as anti-oxidants, vitamins A, C, E, K, folate and choline.

Turmeric

Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin – which is essentially its active ingredient. Curcumin has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, wound healing and anticancer activities. It can help fight diseases like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, gastrointestinal issues, Alzheimers and more.

Ginger

 Ginger’s function as a digestive aid for stomach upset and nausea is probably the best known benefit. But it’s far from the only one. In fact, its potential benefits extend way past digestive into more serious conditions like osteoarthritis and even cancer.