Beef and Tripe COMPLETE Raw Food for Active Working Dogs
COMPLETE FUEL FOR WORKING DOGS
The COMPLETE range has been specially formulated to improve a dog’s health, optimising their condition for an active working life.
Our biologically appropriate and nutritious COMPLETE range, made with fresh British sourced ingredients, including fresh beef, kidney and liver, is suitable for dogs of all ages.
Simply order, defrost and serve.
Read more about our wholesome ingredients and ethics by clicking the tabs.
We use simple, fresh, normal ingredients – nothing weird or unrecognisable. If it’s good enough for humans then it’s good enough for dogs (though we would not recommend you eat it, unless you’re partial to a bit of ground up bone!)
Our working dog food has been developed using lean minced meat (good enough for you and me to eat) with offal, ground bone and 10% seasonal vegetables (including carrots, parsnips, swede, butternut squash, cabbage and apples). This recipe follows a strict BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Feeding) model and is perfect for them to thrive. What’s more our raw food digests and absorbs into the body much quicker allowing them to work longer and harder. When working you may need to increase the daily amount to 4-6% depending on activity levels.
60% British Beef and Ox heart
10% British Ground Beef Bone
10% Green lamb tripe
5% British Ox liver
5% British Ox kidney
Parsley (for fresh breath)
Wheatgrass, spirulina and sea kelp powders
We use seasonal vegetables which include carrots, parsnips, swede, butternut squash, cabbage and apples.
Analysis percentage per 100g
14.0% Total Fat
5.4% Ash (we don’t add ash! This is the residue left after burning the sample to make the analysis)
1.3% Crude Fibre
Our ethics are pretty simple – we don’t want to make a mess of the world with our business and we want to make a positive impact where we can.
Each of our packs carries the Poppy Paw of Approval – Tasted, Tested and APPROVED – and each handmade batch is personally tested by Poppy herself.
Finally we love to work with charities. We do this because we want our efforts to help support the efforts of other people who love our four legged friends as much as we do.