My Nutritional Philosophy for Pets

What you feed your pet each day is the single most important decision you can make regarding their health and well-being. It has been estimated that up to 90% of the ailments which plague our canine and feline companions are unfortunately diet-related. With the proper nutritional building blocks, the body can make its own repairs when a health problem arises. By giving them high-quality dog and cat food, it's the best way to help our pets thrive and stay healthy and happy.

I believe that the diets of dogs and cats should

  • Contain only wholesome ingredients.
  • Have NO chemical additives or preservatives, fillers or by-products.
  • Be high in meat protein and low in grains and carbohydrates.
  • Include some raw food or digestive enzymes daily.
  • Offer variety and rotation of protein sources and other ingredients.
  • Be as minimally processed as possible to preserve nutrients.
  • Be high in moisture, especially the feline diet.

Chewing Guide

Raw Beef Marrow Bones

  • Hard weight-bearing femur bones have nutritious marrow inside
  • Marrow is a valuable source of good fats – great brain food for puppies!
  • Marrow may be too rich for dogs with pancreatitis or sensitive digestion

Yak Cheese

  • Smoky-flavored hard cheese chew made from yak and cow milk
  • Made in Nepal using ancient Himalayan methods of food preservation

Deer & Elk Antlers

  • North American antlers are naturally shed and gathered from the forest
  • Elk antlers are slightly less dense, and spongier than deer antlers
  • Split elk antlers allow access to the marrow-like interior

Bully Sticks

  • Bully Sticks are made from bull puzzles that have been stretched and dried
  • Bullies come in many thicknesses, shapes and qualities, including "low odor"