Nothing means more to us than the health of your animals. We only provide the best ingredients for your pets, nothing else will do.
High in protein, low in fat, and rich in minerals, Guinea Fowl is the perfect protein source for growing bodies and strong muscles. Guinea Fowl is also hypoallergenic, so your dog and cat will have a lower risk of allergy related issues.
A premium protein source, Duck provides healthy vitamins and minerals, such as zinc and
selenium. Duck is also rich in omega−3 fatty acids, which is vital for a healthy cardiovascular system.
A great source of animal protein that is low in saturated fats and high in essential nutrients, such as riboflavin, selenium, and phosphorous. Our Turkey is sourced from sustainable ranches and farms from the Midwest.
Lean and healthy, all natural, farm-raised Chicken. Packed with goodness, Chicken is one of the best sources of clean animal protein.
As a cold water fish, Herring is full of healthy, unsaturated fats such as EPA and DHA, which help with brain function and vision. They also help to give your pets a healthy, shiny coat. Not to mention, Herring is also an excellent source of protein.
Little in size but big in nutrients and flavor, Sardines are a healthy source of fish protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and a whole host of other goodness. These nutrients promote a strong immune system and healthy muscle development.
Ocean caught Mackerel has high levels of protein and omega-3 fatty acids for strong muscles and healthy hearts. Mackerel also has natural oils that are perfect for your pet’s skin and coat, and can help with shedding.
Already rich in heart-friendly omega−3 fatty acids, Salmon is also an outstanding source of protein. Harvested from the fresh, frigid waters of the Pacific Northwest, Salmon is a clean and healthy food that provides energy and nutrients for your pets.
Wolves and big cats eat wild Boar in the wild, and now your pets can enjoy this high quality meat as well. From the meadows of Iowa and Texas, our Boar is a great source of protein, iron, and other vital nutrients. Boar also has great taste that dogs and cats really love and healthy benefits for their bodies.
Goat provides an unmatched quality of animal protein for your pets, but is also lower in fat than both beef and chicken. Goat is packed with minerals, such as iron, and has low levels of saturated fats. Goat is premium protein at its best.
Lamb provides your pet with complete protein, and is a great alternative to beef and other red meat. Sourced from the fields of New Zealand, these meats are of the highest quality and superior nutrition. Lamb has it all.
There’s no higher source of pure protein than Pork. Chock full of nutrients, such as amino acids and thiamine, Pork provides all of the nutrients that your pet will need to grow and thrive.
High in fiber, zinc, and iron, Red Lentils are a great source of nutrients for your pets. Red Lentils are also low in starch content, so it can be a good alternative for pets with diabetes or pre-diabetes. It’s also a good source of high quality protein.
Coconut Flour contain healthy fats that help with digestion. It also protects the body from bacterial and viral infections. Coconut Flour is high in protein and low in carbohydrates, which gives is a healthy glycemic rating. Hypoallergenic and healthy, Coconut flour is good food.
Pumpkins have great healthy benefits for your pets. They are high in fiber which helps with regularity. They are also high in antioxidants and minerals. Pumpkins also slow down digestion. That keeps your pets feeling satisfied longer, which helps in maintaining a healthy weight.
Chia Seed Oil
Rich in healthy fatty acids, Chia Seed Oil can contribute to a beautiful, shiny coat. Chia Seed Oil is high in omega-3 which helps with the immune system and healthy brain function. It also supports blood sugar regulation, and can contribute to a healthy weight.
Garbanzo beans are a low glycemic vegetable that is also high in protein, magnesium, and potassium. These minerals are important for cell generation and recovery. Garbanzo beans are also high in fiber, which aids in digestion.
Green lentils are a great source of fiber, iron, and protein. The fiber content helps with feeling full, which help with overeating. And the proteins help build muscles while lowering blood sugar levels. It is also low in calories, and that makes it perfect for weight control.
Navy beans are safe for dogs and cats. In appropriate amounts, navy beans are a good source of protein, antioxidants, and folates. Navy beans can contribute to better heart health and lower risks of cancer. Navy beans also help reduce inflammation and stabilize blood sugars.
Dandelion Greens have three times the calcium and iron than broccoli, and vitamin E. It’s a perfect plant food that helps with digestion, inflammation, and kidney function. Many nutritionists think of Dandelion Greens as a perfect medicine for a variety of conditions.
Salt gets a bad rap these days. But in biologically appropriate quantities, it has many nutritional benefits. Salt helps with nerve function and muscle health. It can also maintain a balance between water and various minerals in the body.
Olive oil has many health benefits. It can reduce the effects of cardiovascular disease, help boost the immune system, and can help with healthy brain function. It can also break down excess fat in the body which encourages weight loss.
Kelp, like all sea vegetables, is rich in amino acids, minerals, and phytonutrients. Phytonutrients have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, thus strengthening the immune system. Kelp also provides anti-cancer properties.
Taurine is an amino acid. For obligate carnivores, it is an essential nutrient. Taurine helps with everything. It acts as an antioxidant, it can reduce inflammation, it can help with the immune systems, and it helps with heart health. For cats, taurine is important for vision health. And taurine helps to fight cancer, hypertension, infections, and cancer. A truly super nutrient.
Fructooligosaccharides promotes gastrointestinal health and function. It is a prebiotic, which helps the good bacteria in the intestines for proper digestive function. It is also a good source of soluble fiber. Fructooligosaccharides can also help stabilize blood sugar levels.
Vitamins balance out a diet that may be deficient in certain essential nutrients. Animals have daily requirements of nutrients, but food found in nature may not provide all of it. Vitamins are a way to make sure the food we feed our animals have all of the essential nutrients that they require for a healthy life.