Our Ingredients

Beef Meat

Beef is a tasty and nutrient dense addition to your dog’s raw diet. Choose this meat if you’re dealing with a fussy eater that needs their vitamins! Sourced straight from Australian farms, you can be sure you’re feeding your pup the right way. Read on to know more about the benefits of beef meat. 

Health Benefits

  • High Protein Source 
  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Supports Fur Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support 
  • Complete Proactive Health 
  • Beef Essentials Mix 

Beetroot

Feeding your dog beets is a great way to introduce a delicious fibre in their diet. This delicious vegetable contains batalain pigments that have anti-inflammatory properties. When served in the right amounts, this treat can provide heaps of nutritional benefits. Read on to see if beetroot can benefit your dog’s diet. 

Health Benefits

  • Vitamin Rich
  • Anti-Inflammatory 
  • Supports Cardiovascular and Respiratory Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

Complete Mobility Care 

Blueberries

These low-calorie niblets are a great source of fibre, antioxidants and vitamins like C & K. By supporting your dog’s immune system, you can improve their longevity. Served frozen or at room temperature, your pup will love these tasty treats!

Health Benefits

  • Low-calorie
  • Good Source of Fibre
  • Supports Immune Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Proactive Health 

Bones

Raw poultry or meat bones are an excellent way to stimulate and keep your dog satiated before dinner time. They are, in addition, an excellent source of protein and calcium, keeping your canine’s teeth and bones strong for years to come. Ensure to serve your dogs larger, thick bones to prevent it from becoming a choking hazard. Read on to see how it can benefit your pup further and where you can find them!

Health Benefits

  • Low-calorie
  • Cleans Digestive Tract
  • Supports Dental Health

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Australia 

Present in

  • Beef Brisket Bones
  • Raw Lamb Marrow Bones
  • Duck Wings 
  • Chicken Necks
  • Chicken Frames 
  • Duck Feet 
  • Duck Frames 
  • Duck Necks
  • Complete Proactive Health Mix 

Brewer's Yeast

Brewer’s yeast is a simple but significant way to improve your dog’s immune system. It supports health systems like the eyes, nervous system and digestive system by instigating red blood cell production.  

Health Benefits

  • Regulates Metabolism
  • Maintain Nervous, Digestive and Skin Health
  • Supports Muscle Function

Sourced In Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Proactive Health 
  • Chicken Proactive Health Mix 

Carrots

You’re probably wondering.. Are raw carrots okay for dogs? It’s a perfectly valid question and while there are certain items canines shouldn’t be ingesting, but carrots are actually a great natural treat for your dog! With carrots it’s important to ensure your dog isn’t eating it for most of their diet as they need more protein than fruits and vegetables. 

Health Benefits

  • Good for Digestion 
  • Promotes Shiny Health
  • Supports Heart Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Proactive Health 
  • Chicken Proactive Health Mix 

Celery

Celery is a healthy and low-calorie way to feed your dog fibre. In addition to that, it supports your dog's dental health by giving their teeth a workout along with fresh breath. It’s also an excellent source of Vitamin A, C, K, potassium and manganese. Considering it’s packed with all these nutritious goodies, you can be sure it’s worth including it in your pups diet. 

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

Complete Mobility Care 

Chicken Mince

Lean mince like chicken is a great way to get proteins into your dog's diet. You're set as long as you're using human-grade chicken like us. Avoid using supermarket chicken as they occasionally contain hormones that might not settle well with your pup. Read on to see what you can pick up to give your dog a fresh dose of some raw chicken mince. 

Health Benefits

  • Lean Source of Protein
  • Hormone-Free 
  • Supports Overall Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Mobility Care
  • Complete Proactive Care
  • Essentials Mix 

Coconut Oil

When consumed in small amounts, coconut oil can benefit pups. They can be fed up to one or two times daily, depending on the dog's size and nutritional requirements. And the best part is, you can also apply them topically if required! They are a natural way to relieve your dog from skin irritation and coat issues. 

Health Benefits

  • Improve Digestive Health
  •  Activates Brain
  •  Supports Skin & Coat Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

Complete Digestion Support  

Devil's Claw Root

Devil's Claw Root is a natural supplement used for centuries to alleviate pain and inflammation in humans and animals. It can be especially beneficial for dogs to manage arthritis, joint pain, and mobility issues. The herb contains compounds called harpagosides with anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, which can reduce joint pain and inflammation. Devil's Claw Root can support digestive health and promote healthy skin and coats. However, it is essential to consult with a veterinarian before giving Devil's Claw Root to your dog, as it may interact with certain medications and is unsuitable for all dogs.

Health Benefits

  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Improves Digestive Health
  • Supports Mobility 

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Mobility Care 

Duck Meat

Duck meat is a nutrient-dense protein source rich in amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. It can help support muscle growth and repair. Duck meat also contains iron, essential for healthy blood cells, and B vitamins, which can keep their skin and coat healthy. Additionally, duck meat is often considered a hypoallergenic protein source, which may suit dogs with food sensitivities or allergies to more common proteins like chicken or beef. However, as with any new food, it is essential to introduce duck meat to your dog's diet slowly and in moderation to avoid digestive upset.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Supports Protein Requirement

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support 
  • Duck Essentials

Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are a nutritious and beneficial supplement for dogs. They contain a balanced ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which can support a healthy skin and coat, reduce inflammation, and promote overall wellness. Hemp seeds are also a rich source of protein, fibre, and essential vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, iron, and zinc. Additionally, hemp seeds are a good source of antioxidants, which can help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Hemp seeds can be added to a dog's diet by sprinkling them on top of food or mixing them into treats. 

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low in Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support 
  • Complete Mobility Care 
  • Complete Proactive Care

Kale

Kale is a nutrient-dense leafy green vegetable that can be a beneficial addition to a dog's diet. It is rich in vitamins A, C, and K, calcium, and iron. These nutrients can help support immune system function, promote healthy vision, and support bone health. Kale is also a good source of fibre, which can support digestive health and regularity. However, it is essential to note that kale should be fed to dogs in moderation and in small amounts, like in the mixes we provide, as it can be difficult for some dogs to digest and may cause digestive upset. 

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

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Australia 

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Kangaroo

Kangaroo meat can be a beneficial protein source in a dog's diet. It is a lean meat high in protein and low in fat, which can help dogs maintain a healthy weight and support muscle growth and repair. Kangaroo meat is also considered a novel protein, meaning it is a protein source that dogs have not been exposed to before. Feeding them this meat can benefit dogs with food allergies or sensitivities, as they may be less likely to react to a novel protein source like kangaroo.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Proactive Health 
  • Chicken Proactive Health Mix 

Kelp

Kelp is a type of seaweed rich in vitamins and minerals, including iodine, iron, calcium, and potassium. It is also a good source of antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce inflammation in your canine's body and support overall health. Kelp is also low in calories and high in fibre, which can support digestive health and help promote feelings of fullness if your dog is prone to overeating.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Proactive Health 
  • Chicken Proactive Health Mix 

Kidney

Lamb, chicken, and beef kidneys can be a beneficial addition to a dog's diet as they are a rich source of nutrients, including protein, B vitamins, iron, and zinc. Protein is an essential nutrient for dogs, supporting muscle growth and repair. Kidney meat is a good source of high-quality protein easily digestible for dogs.

B vitamins, including B12 and folate, are essential for energy metabolism and supporting the nervous system. Kidney meat is a good source of these vitamins, supporting overall health and well-being.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support 
  • Complete Mobility Care 
  • Complete Proactive Care

Lamb Meat

Lamb meat is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Perfect when mixed with offal, fruits and vegetables for your dog! This satiating protein is an excellent way to get your dogs to down their meal as the meat is consistently tasty. In addition to that, it also contains zinc which helps support your canine’s immune system. 

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Lamb Essentials

Liver

The liver is a rich source of high-quality protein, vital for maintaining and repairing muscles. It is also a good source of essential amino acids, including taurine, which is important for heart health and vision.

Liver is also an excellent source of vitamins A, D, E, and K, which are fat-soluble vitamins that are important for overall health. 

In addition to vitamins, the liver is a good source of minerals, including iron, copper, zinc, and selenium, essential for healthy blood, immune system function, and overall health.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support 
  • Complete Mobility Care 
  • Complete Proactive Care

Parsley

Parsley is a herb that can provide several benefits when added to a dog's diet. It is rich in vitamins A and C and antioxidants, which can support immune system function and help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Parsley is also a good source of fibre, which can support digestive health and help regulate bowel movements.


In addition, parsley contains compounds called flavonoids, which have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce inflammation in the body. It may also help freshen your breath and support oral health.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

Complete Mobility Care 

Paw Paw

Parsley is a herb that can provide several benefits when added to a dog's diet. It is rich in vitamins A and C and antioxidants, which can support immune system function and help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Parsley is also a good source of fibre, which can support digestive health and help regulate bowel movements. In addition, parsley contains compounds called flavonoids, which have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce inflammation in the body. It may also help freshen your dog’s breath and support oral health.

Health Benefits

  • Nutrient Dense 
  • Low Fat & Cholesterol 
  • Supports Dental Health

Sourced In 

Australia 

Present in

  • Complete Digestion Support