Additional high quality protein from fresh meat as well as vitamin and mineral-rich offal from human-grade, RSPCA-approved chicken, Australian beef and grass-fed lamb, this is a well-rounded and omega-3 rich, Tasmanian salmon feast.
As with all Big Dog products, this recipe wouldn’t be complete without a balanced blend of nutrient-dense seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as Big Dog’s special extra ingredients, including ginger, garlic, flaxseed, whole eggs, kelp, wheatgrass, probiotics and prebiotics for added nutrition and goodness for optimal health and wellbeing.
Big Dog Tasmanian Salmon is Complete and Balanced by AAFCO standards for healthy growth in puppies and maintaining health in adult dogs.
Big Dog's Standard Range of raw dog food is a mixed protein blend of red and white meats, providing convenient dietary variety and offering maximum nutrition to keep dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages happy and healthy. Available in six delicious flavours, it’s simply natural pet food, loaded with naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and antioxidants just as nature intended.
All Big Dog diets are species appropriate, containing 80% muscle meat and offal, providing high-quality protein in its raw form, high in amino acids including taurine as well as naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. 10% bone provides essential calcium for healthy growth and development as well as nutritional bone marrow and cartilage. The remaining 10% of our diets contain our unique blend of fresh, seasonal fruits, vegetables and other healthy ingredients for natural nutrition that only nature can provide.
Tasmanian salmon, chicken (meat, crushed bone), lamb (meat, heart, lung, liver, kidney, trachea, crushed bone), seasonal fruit & vegetables (green bananas, carrots, green beans, celery, broccoli, zucchini, orange, apple, strawberries, blueberries), whole chicken egg, sprouted wheatgrass, cold pressed ground flaxseed, psyllium, goats whey, kelp, organic fulvic acid.
|Protein source||Salmon, Sardine, Chicken, Beef, Lamb|
|Life stage||All life stages|
|Breed size||All breed sizes|
|Special diet||Grain-free, Gluten-free, Corn-free|
Approximate number of patties to feed your dog per day
Recommended guide for 2 week transition
Be sure to keep raw food portions frozen until ready for thawing.
Place required portions of frozen raw food in the fridge and allow time for defrosting. If required sooner, place in hot water to thaw but not cook.
Storage and safety
Keep thawed patties in the fridge for no longer than 48 hours and do not cook as our recipes contain bone.
Thoroughly wash all utensils, work areas and hands with warm soapy water after contacting raw food.
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