Wild Meats

 

Wild Goat

Great Iron Source

Wild goat meat is an extremely nutritious protein source containing higher levels of iron than beef, so good option to combat risk of anemia. Goat is also a very good source of Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) which plays a key role in transporting iron around the body, plus promotes energy release and helps maintain healthy skin and eyesight.

Wild Possum

Top Meat Source of Omega 3

Wild Possum meat is high in protein, minerals and vitamins and contains the highest concentration of Omega 3 essential fatty acid of any protein source besides fish. The anti-inflammatory properties of Omega 3 aid the healthy functioning of the heart and organs and also promote a healthy skin and coat. Additionally, you can also pat yourselves on the back, knowing that your purchase is helping to eradicate the possum pest problem in New Zealand where they destroy an estimated 20,000 tonnes of foliage per night!

Wild Rabbit & Hare

High Levels of Niacin (B3)

Wild rabbits and hares are an extremely nutritious, protein source for dogs. They are high in protein, low in fat and contains minerals selenium and phosphorous, plus high levels of vitamin B3 (Niacin) in particular. These minerals and vitamins are essential for a healthy nervous system and skin plus good energy levels and a healthy gastrointestinal system. Additionally, it will also make you feel good knowing that your purchase is helping to control a pest problem in New Zealand with rabbits still having a detrimental impact on farmland and native plants.

Wild Venison

Aids Joint Mobility

Wild Venison is a high protein, lean meat with good levels of iron (higher than beef), plus the B group Vitamins (in particular Thiamine, B1). All of these promote energy release and muscle development and B1 is especially beneficial for the healthy functioning of the heart and nervous system.  Glucosamine and chondroitin are also found in good supply in wild venison, promoting cartilage nourishment and long-term joint health.

Wild Turkey

Aids Immune & Nervous Systems

Wild turkey is a highly nutritious, protein source for dogs with its dark meat in particular containing strong levels of phosphorous, which combines with calcium to produce strong bones and teeth. Turkey is also a good source of selenium and zinc which are vital for wound healing, plus a healthy immune and nervous system.

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Farmed Meats 

 

Chicken

Good for the Immune System

Chicken is a high protein, nutritious food for dogs, providing a good source of vitamin B 3 (Niacin) and B6 (Pyridoxine) for dogs. Niacin plays a key role in converting food to energy and is vital to the healthy functioning of digestive and nervous systems plus the skin and coat. Vitamin B6 aids the creation of antibodies in the immune system.  Chicken is also a good source of phosphorous which aids teeth and bone formation and normal heart rhythm and kidney function.

Lamb & Heart

Vitamin K Source

Lamb is a very nutritious, quality, protein source for dogs. It is a rich source of the vitamin B group and in particular Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) which helps prevent anaemia, protects the nervous system and aids digestion.  It is also a good source of zinc, a mineral that is vital to the healthy functioning of a dog’s immune system. Zinc also helps dogs stabilise their blood sugar levels and is also necessary for an optimal sense of smell. Vitamin K is found in higher levels in Lamb than most other meats which are necessary for the production of blood-clotting proteins.  Lamb heart is packed with vitamins and minerals, in particular B12 as well.  Heart is also especially high in selenium which helps protect the immune system.

Veal

Great Alternative to Beef

Veal is a great alternative to beef containing much the same levels of protein, minerals and vitamins, but less than half the fat and is more easily digested.  It is a tender meat, produced from calves generally less than 20 weeks old and is a good option for dogs that may have some allergies to beef.  It is rich in B vitamins and in particular B3 (Niacin) which plays a key role in converting food to energy and is vital to the healthy functioning of digestive and nervous systems plus the skin and coat.  It is also high in phosphorous and zinc, promoting growth, strong teeth and bones, fast wound healing, good vision and a healthy immune system.

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Tripe, Offal & Bones

 

Green Tripe

Veritable Super-Food

Green tripe may look and smell awful, but it is one of the most nutritious raw foods you can give your dog. It is classified as a muscle meat and you should try and ensure it constitutes around 20% of your dog’s diet.   Tripe comes from the stomach of plant-eating animals such as cows, deer, sheep etc. Green tripe is unwashed and so still contains much of the nutritious content from the fermented plant matter including probiotics with anti-inflammatory properties, enzymes to aid digestion, amino acids to help muscles and gastric juices which help clean teeth. If feeding bones, always combine with Green Tripe. Additionally, it is a great source of fibre, plus contains minerals such as iron, zinc, potassium and selenium. Tripe is also a “white” meat and is good for dogs with sensitive digestive tracts or food allergies.

Lamb Liver

Gramme for Gramme Most Nutrients

Liver is classified as offal and is a fantastic food source for dogs with more nutrients, gram for gram than any other food type. Because it is so nutrient dense, it should only ever constitute a maximum of 5% of the dog’s diet.  It is contains the best natural source of vitamin A, which great for skin, bones, sight, nerves and muscle. It is also a good source of vitamins D, E, K and C, plus all the B group in particular Vitamin B12, which helps prevent anaemia, protects the nervous system and aids digestion. Liver is good for dogs who may be constipated.  It is also rich in the minerals iron, zinc, manganese and selenium plus is a great source of the essential fatty acids Omega 3 and 6. 

Lamb Kidneys

Nutrient Dense

Like liver, kidneys are also classified as offal and should constitute a maximum 10% of the diet. They are a great source of good quality protein, essential fatty acids and many vitamins including all the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K, plus all the B group vitamins, in particular B6 aids the creation of antibodies in the immune system and B12 which protects the nervous system and aids digestion. Kidneys are good for dogs who may be constipated.  They are also a rich source of iron and have good levels of zinc.

Chicken Necks

Great for Small Dogs

Chicken necks are great for smaller dogs, aiding good dental health plus providing a lot of nutritional value of chicken. They are provide essential minerals calcium and phosphorus for healthy teeth and strong bones plus a good source of B 3 (Niacin) and B6 (Pyridoxine) vital to the healthy functioning of digestive, immune and nervous systems plus the skin and coat.

Veal Neck/ Back Bones

Soft Bones for Ease of Digestion

Veal bones are relatively soft, with a honeycomb structure aiding digestion. They are full essential minerals calcium and phosphorus for healthy teeth and strong bones The gnawing/ chewing action helps clean the teeth and gums, preventing tartar build up, plus generating gastric juices for better digestion and exercising the jaw, neck and shoulder muscles. They also contain plenty of veal meat, proving rich protein and vitamins, in particular B3 which promotes a healthy immune and digestive system.

Possum Tails

Great Alternative to Bones

Wild Possum tails are a highly nutritional treat and are suited to small dogs in particular due to their size. They provide all the nutritional value found in bones plus tendons and cartilage. They are therefore rich in the calcium and phosphorous, plus collagen, elastin, glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate.  They are a good alternative to bones in preventing the build-up of tarter, thanks to the gnawing/ chewing action dogs use when eating them.

Wild Goat Bones

Good For Healthy Bones, Teeth, Skin and Eyesight

Wild goat meat bones are a great source of calcium to keep bones and teeth strong, plus the tearing/chewing motion and production of gastric juices help reduce tartar build up on teeth. The bones are relatively soft, so easy for dogs to crunch and digest. They are also covered with plenty of high protein goat meat which has good levels iron plus Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), which promote strong muscles, energy production, healthy skin and good eyesight. 

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