What is Raw feeding?

Biologically Appropriate Raw Feeding (BARF) replicates the diets of pet’s closest wild counterparts, wolves! Even a chiwawa is nearly genetically identical to a wolf!

Though dogs have evolved to tolerate grain and vegetables they thrive best when on a diet of meat. The raw diet is based on what dogs/wolves have been observed to eat in the wild.

Raw Feeding Jargon

Complete Mince: Most of the minces at All Raw are complete. This means they are made up of meat (80%), bone (10%) and organ (5% liver, 5% other organ like brain). This is the next best thing to giving them a whole animal like a wolf would eat (but much easier for you!). Complete minces have everything a dog needs nutritionally in one mince. 

Offal: Offal is liver and other secreting organs like brain and testicles. This does not include tripe, lung or heart meat.

Meat or Muscle Meat: Fillet, Tripe, Lung, Heart. Plain tripe is not a complete food as it is just meat.

Boneless Meat: This is 100% meat such as tripe with no bone. Feeding tripe only will result in sloppy dark poos.Though it is good to feed a boneless meal at least once or twice per week dogs need complete food to get all the nutrients required.

DIY Raw Feeding: Some owners choose to buy meat, bones and organ separately and work out the ratios themselves. Which we also cater to, but make sure you are getting it correct as your dog can suffer long-term health issues if you don't!

Bones: Fleshy bones like necks and wings are vital for cleaning the teeth and providing mental stimulation. 

Whole Prey: Whole fish or any other whole animal. These already have meat, bone and organ in the correct ratios.