Pets Elite - Frozen Raw Dog Food
In our range there are different options, each one having a different nutritional focus. This allows you to combine them in a way that best suits your dog’s dietary requirements.
The cut of meat is more important than the type of meat (i.e., if it’s sheep, cow or pork doesn’t really matter).
Green/black tripe is an important and excellent source of vegetables and enzymes
All-in-One Mince – Original
This original formula is designed to feed your dog a balanced food. The aim is to give your dog a natural and highly nutritious meal, which is in line with its ancestral diet.
All-in-One Mince – Puppy
The original ‘All-in-One Mince’ reformulated for your puppy’s special requirements.
All-in-One Mince – Beef
The original ‘All-in-One Mince’ formula without pork, which is suitable for pork-free households.
All-in-One Mince – Fish
The original ‘All-in-One Mince’ formula with added fish for an extra Omega 3 fatty acids and a boost in Vitamin A.
Unlike many other commercially available raw food diets the Pets Elite Raw Food range is not processed or cooked and is not a combination diet and contains no grain.
The Pets Elite Raw Food range consists of various food options all aimed at giving your dog a natural and balanced, nutrition-rich diet. Our food range uses a combination of the following core ingredients:
- Various animal meats (e.g. beef, pork, lamb)
- Ground bones
- Organ meats (e.g. liver, heart, lung from various animals)
Below you will find some recommendations based on our experience. It is important to understand that if given the choice, a dog on a raw food diet will naturally eat more on some days and less on others, or even skip a day — much like his ancestors did.
Also, depending on your pet’s metabolism, size, age and amount of exercise, the specific feeding requirements may vary. We generally recommend the following, but if you are unsure contact us directly for furhter assitants:
Puppies: 50g – 100g per 1kg of the puppy’s weight
Adult dogs: 100g-300g per every 10kg of the dog’s weight