Product Information

Nutritional Information:
NOTE for product promotion - RAW DIET - low carb reduces inflammation
Anti-inflammatory, Joint & Bone Support:

  • Green lip mussel powder (Glucosamine & Chondroitin rich)
  • Kelp (mineral rich)
  • Bone broth powder (Glucosamine & Chondroitin rich)
  • Hemp seed oil (anti-inflammatory & antioxidant - Omega 3 + 6 - Phospholipids) *Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) Hemp oil is beneficial when used to balance the fats in ruminant- based diets (grazing animals). fats.
  • Flaxseed Oil 
  • Hemp seed oil (omega 3 & 6 + Vit E + Phospholipids)
Bowel, digestive health + gland issues:
  • Flaxseed flakes- protein & fibre (constipation & anal gland issues)
  • Hemp seed oil (Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) an omega 6 fat)
  • Unwashed green tripe (beneficial bacteria acting like a probiotic) **Being a probiotic this will also boost immune function
Immunity boosting:
  • Hemp seed oil (antioxidant Vit E & Vit A help the immune system by fighting free radical damage. Free radicals occur when your dog absorbs toxins from vaccines, drugs, chemicals, pesticides, processed foods and pollution. PLUS - Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA)) + Phospholipids 
  • Unwashed green tripe **probiotic = beneficial gut bacteria which boosts immune system
Skin, Coat & Eyes:
  • Hemp seed oil (Vit E & A) 
Weight management:
  • Hemp seed oil 

Pumpkin & seeds - Fibre, good for bowels. Good source of fiber as well as beta-carotene/vitamin A. It can help keep the GI tract moving and can aid with digestive issues.
Seeds anti-parasitic
In recent times, herbalists have discovered that the seeds of the pumpkin also work as an effective deworming agent against tapeworms and other intestinal parasites in dogs and humans.
Pumpkin seeds contain the amino acid called cucurbitin, which paralyzes and eliminates the worms from the digestive tract. Pumpkin seeds have other health benefits too – they are loaded with protein, amino acids, fiber, iron, copper, phosphorus and magnesium, calcium, zinc, potassium, folic acid and niacin; all important nutrients to your pet’s overall good health.
Chia seeds - Chia has the highest plant ratio of Omega-3 : Omega-6 which supply essential fatty acids to our dogs – higher than shark cartilage or green lipped muscles.
  • Chia is a valued source of complete protein, up to 23% of the seed profile – essential for tissue & muscle building functions as well as regulating carbohydrates sugar conversion – perfect for diabetic dogs.
  • Chia is rich in calcium which all our dogs need & as we know they are lactose intolerant so milk is out of the question as well as the fact that chia has 5 times the amount of calcium as milk!
  • Omega-3's in chia help repair damaged tissue, restoring flexibility in the cell membranes which is vital for a healthy flow of blood though veins & arteries resulting in a healthier heart & leading to a longer life span.
Chickpea flour - Fibre (gluten free)
Coconut flour - Fibre (gluten free)
Apple - Fibre & prebiotic (food for good probiotic bacteria) 
Blueberries - good source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, which boost your dog’s digestive, immune, and brain health.
Peanut butter - a good source of protein, but it also contains heart healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin, and vitamin E
Liver - The liver is a nutrient-rich organ that most dogs love eating. This organ will provide your pet with proteins, fat and vitamin A. These features will help your dog stay healthy. The liver is also a good source of iron, copper, niacin, zinc, and phosphorus. It will provide your four-legged friend with vitamin B, omega-3, and omega-6 fatty acids. This is an essential amino acid your dog requires to keep a balanced diet. Apart from being very tasty, the liver will provide them a lot of benefits and keep them in shape
Liver is necessary when feeding organ meat, and for good reason. It is rich in many different vitamins and fatty acids including: Feeding liver promotes health for the digestive system and the coat, as well as essential vitamin content needed to sustain health overall. 
As well as being an excellent source of protein, iron, zinc and folate, liver is also a good source of vitamin A, C, D, E and K, as well as B6 and B12. It is by far the most nutritional organ which is why it should never be left out of your dog’s raw meat diet. It should make up 5% of your dog’s raw meat diet.
Kidney - 
Kidney is next in line when it comes to importance of feeding. Like liver, kidneys provider a wide range of vitamins:
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin K
  • Vitamin B12
  • Iron
  • Zinc
As you can see from the list, kidney provides some similar benefits as liver, but with the added benefit of vitamins like zinc and iron. Kidney is also a great source of essential fatty acids which can help maintain a healthy skin and coat, and digestive system.
Kidney is a great source of protein, iron, zinc and folate too. It also provides your dog with essential fatty acids and vitamins A, D, E and K, as well as all of the B vitamins.
Heart - 
Hearts are usually fed in smaller amounts with other organs to supplement liver. Heart is an excellent source of protein, B vitamins and iron. It contains some essential fatty acids and a little vitamin A. Heart contains good levels of taurine which is an important food… for the heart!
Heart is one of the most nutritional muscle meats. It is rich in iron and zinc, and is a great source of thiamin, vitamin B6 and B12, phosphorus, copper and selenium. However, heart is quite high in cholesterol, so don’t feed it to your dog too often. It should make up to 10% of your dog’s raw meat diet.

Green mussel powder - Anti-inflammatory, Joint & Bone Support
  • Glucosamine & Chondroitin rich 
Green Tripe powder -  Easily digestible 
Contains many essential nutrients, fatty acids, enzymes and beneficial bacterial working like a probiotic to keep the gut healthy. 
“Green (unwashed) tripe is a superfood for carnivores. It promotes the correct stomach acidity for optimal digestion; and is an excellent source of essential fatty acids, probiotics and digestive enzymes. In the wild, carnivores ingest carbohydrates by eating the stomach contents of their prey. These carbohydrates are beneficial to cats and dogs because they have been pre-digested by a herbivore. Unlike carnivores, herbivores have sufficient quantities of the appropriate enzymes to break a high carbohydrate diet down.”
We’re talking essential fatty acids omega 3 and 6, digestive enzymes and protein. Green tripe is particularly great if your dog has gut issues, but even if your pup is fighting fit he will hugely benefit from all this natural goodness because green tripe:
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Assists in building healthy muscle
  • Supports healthy skin and coat
  • Is low allergenic
  • Helps soothe gastrointestinal upsets
  • Maintains and supports healthy digestion
Bone broth powder - Anti-inflammatory, Joint & Bone Support (Glucosamine & Chondroitin rich) 
Chondroitin may:
  • inhibit destructive enzymes in joint fluid and cartilage
  • help the body repair damaged cartilage and
  • restore joint integrity
  • help with shock absorption
  • protect existing cartilage from premature breakdown
  • keep cartilage tissue hydrates
Flax flakes - protein & dietary fibre to promote bowel health & digestive function
over 30% protein and around 40% dietary fibre, flax seed flake is a wonderful supplement for optimum bowel and colon health.  It is great for dogs who suffer from constipation or poor digestive health, and can also assist with anal gland issues.
Flax seed flake is very high in dietary fibre, and low in non-fibre carbohydrates. The high insoluble fibre content promotes regular bowel movements and a healthy colon, contributing to your dog's all-round health. Insoluble fibre acts like a sponge and absorbs water, therefore adding a higher moisture content to stools, encouraging normal faecal consistency and reducing constipation.
Liver(Grass-fed beef) sprinkles - digestive health supplement, amino acids to assist w inflammatory responses & supports healthy skin, coat & joints

Organic seaweed powder - Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B, C, E, minerals & trace elements iron, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, selenium, iodine, copper, cobalt, sulphur & boron
Ground yellow flax seeds - 
loaded with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, or good fats.
Flaxseeds, sometimes called linseeds, pack a whole lot of fiber and protein into a small serving. Fiber is important to a dog’s digestive health, while protein provides energy and keeps the immune system strong.
Flaxseeds also contain lignans, which can improve cardiovascular health and may help fight cancer. Anti-inflammatory properties of flaxseed can help ease symptoms of arthritis, lower blood pressure, improve kidney function, and maintain healthy skin and coat in dogs.
Ascorbic acids - Vit C assists with collagen production