We have taken our super popular Veg and Fruit supplement and added beef organs to it. A 50/50 blend to add balance and variety to your dog’s diet.
A finely crushed blend of 12 different seasonal vegetables and fruits + beef heart, liver and kidney. You can tailor the amount of vegetables and organs in your dog’s diet to their individual taste and requirements. Ideally between 10% and 25%.
50% mix of: Vegetables and Fruit: Broccoli, Kale, Spinach, Celery, Zucchini, Butternut Pumpkin, Beetroot, Carrot, Apples, Pears, Blueberries, Papaya, Mint, Parsley, Flaxseed, Coconut Oil, Hemp Oil, Kelp, Slippery Elm.
50% mix of: Organs: Beef, Heart, Liver, Kidney and Turkey
We predominantly use broccoli and green leafy vegetables intentionally selected for their cancer-fighting properties and because they help reduce inflammation, promote gut health and support a healthy liver. They are also naturally low GI. Phytonutrients are only found in vegetable material so if your dog isn’t eating veggies he’s missing out.
Organs are a vital part of a dogs natural diet as they provide essential nutrients not found in muscle meat. They contain higher levels of B vitamins and are also rich in phosphorus,iron, copper, magnesium and iodine. Our vegetable and fruit supplement contains a blend of raw, finely crushed seasonal ingredients to provide vitamins, minerals and micro nutrients. We are big on the cancer fighting properties of broccoli, so that is one of the main vegetables used along with kale and spinach.The foods richest in phytonutrients are broccoli, kale, apples and berries.
Because our dogs can’t choose for themselves to eat veggies, we have to provide them, and in a form that they are able to digest. Vegetables need to be crushed or pulverized in a blender or your dog isn’t able to digest them. Apart from the multitude of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and micronutrients, this blend contains, it also provides much-needed fibre for gut health and helps to alkalize the body.
Product arrives frozen. Store in the freezer, defrost in the fridge and use within 3 days (safe to defrost, portion and refreeze).
Thoroughly defrost before serving, as feeding frozen or semi-frozen food is not advised as it can lead to regurgitation in some dogs. You may need to leave it in a covered container on the bench for a short time to fully defrost.
Add a portion into your dog’s meat meals – anywhere between 10% and 25% of the meal should be vegetables. They have all the same health benefits for your dog, as they do for us.
Suitable for growing puppies and adult dogs as part of a raw diet. Always feed a variety of proteins from across our range for balanced nutrition. We recommend rotating through at least 4 meat types plus our Vegetable and Fruit supplement.