Out of the Wild

Health Benefits of Raw Feeding

There are numerous arguments over the health effects of feeding commercial pet foods, and many raw feeding pet owners claim to have noticed a significant increase in overall health after switching to a raw food diet.

After a few weeks on raw you will start to see an improvement in their health. After a few months, the benefits are incredible and the list of health benefits are endless!

  • No more allergies, this is due to cereals and preservatives in kibble.
  • More mental stimulation: When they have to figure out how to attack their food – helps stop boredom.
  • Smaller, less smelly poops: The meat/bone is broken down in the dogs and cats acidic stomachs more easily than kibble (which requires a more alkaline stomach) which equates to less waste.
  • They enjoy their food and look forward to meal times with excitement.
  • Stronger immune system: Helps create a stronger, healthier immune system so more resistant to disease and ill health.
  • Shiny healthy coats.
  • Pearly white teeth: Healthy gums and sweet breath (no tooth decay, or periodontal disease, therefore no infection on the gums and no bacteria swallowed with every gulp of saliva, this in turn leads to reduced chances of heart, kidney and liver disease).
  • Better concentration with commands and less hyperactive, yet more energetic.
  • Easier to keep at the right weight.
  • Better muscle tone.
  • Less vet visits.
 
 

Meat Benefits

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Possum

Sourced from New Zealand. It is gutted and chilled quickly to preserve freshness. Possum is more popular with dogs and has a gamy smell. Possum meat is high in Omega 3 and 6, high in protein and low in fat.

 
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Goat

Sourced from New Zealand, wild goat has a more diverse diet so potentially a better nutritional profile. Goat meat is high in iron, protein, and potassium and low in cholesterol and sodium.

 
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Venison

Sourced from New Zealand, wild venison (Red deer)  is low in fat, high in protein and iron and a great source of vitamin B2, B3, B6 and B12.

 
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Rabbit

Sourced from New Zealand, all wild rabbit is shot then gutted and chilled quickly. Rabbit meat is low in calories, cholesterol, saturated fats and sodium, and high in vitamin B12, calcium and phosphorus.

 
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Wallaby

Wallaby is a great meat; very lean, and contains lots of iron, zinc, protein and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) – the fatty acid that may help prevent cancer, atherosclerosis, and osteoporosis. CLA has also been shown to aid in the management of glucose and insulin levels.

 
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Turkey

Like chicken, turkey is a lean, white meat that helps dogs build muscle. It is also a highly digestible protein source for dogs

 

Feeding Guide

 

Most dogs eat around two to three percent of their ideal adult weight per day.
Cats will eat between half and one cube of our minced cubes per day.

Every animal is different, so use your own judgement when feeding your animal.