Cats need fresh raw food perhaps even more so than dogs. A bold statement, but true. Unlike dogs, cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they require fresh meat and an essential nutrient called taurine to survive. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to create the purrfect fresh, raw recipes for cats that we can, and we can’t wait to reveal all! If you want to be the first to know about our pawsome fresh cat food, be sure to sign up here.
Dog Appreciation Day was founded by Colleen Paige in 2004, to show not only appreciation for our furry friends, but also to shine a light on dog abuse and the importance of providing rescue dogs a loving home. Today also honours the amazing service dogs who work hard to save lives. Here are ways you can give back to dogs and show them how much we appreciate all that they do for us.
Freezing is great! It’s nature’s own (and best) preserver. Freezing hardly reduces nutritional value and there are no health risks associated with the process. The process brings food temperature down to at least minus 18 degrees, cold enough to kill off harmful parasites. It is the best natural preservative – reinforcing our belief in not adding any preservatives to Poppy’s Picnic.