Feeding a raw diet means providing a diet of raw food for dogs made up of raw meat, offal and raw bone, along with other ingredients such as fruit, vegetables, oils, nuts and seeds. The Pet Food Manufacturer’s Association (PFMA) provide some very important guidance regarding the safe feeding of raw for dogs. If you are feeding raw and would like to provide some added crunch, our mixer meals are the perfect accompaniment to raw diets. Naturally oven-baked, there are no added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. We provide our traditional 1936 recipe which is 100% British wheat, as well as our naturally wheat free and grain free ranges. Slowly baked to be gentler on digestion, the mixer meal biscuits are extra crunchy and crispy, which means they also help to keep teeth clean and breath fresh too.
Our mixers are a complementary pet food only (as opposed to a ‘complete’ dog food). We advise mixing with meat because it is a complementary food rather than a complete kibble. This is to give additional texture to the food and also additional carbohydrate especially if a dog is active.
If you are feeding a raw diet, please seek advice from your vet or a veterinary approved nutritionist to ensure you are feeding a complete and balanced meal. Every dog is individual and a vet or nutritionist will be able to advise on the correct amount of raw and mixer to ensure your dog is eating a complete and balanced meal.