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Top-Rated Raw Dog Food with High-Quality Ingredients

Raw dog food is based on the concept of ancestral nutrition, or rather how wolves and other wild dogs ate in nature.

Raw dog food diets are adored by meat eaters for more than just taste alone. Raw foods typically consist of muscle meats and organ meats, like liver or kidney. Raw dog food is never processed, contains higher content of vitamins and minerals, combats plaque and tartar buildup, supports skin and coat health, reduces the likelihood of food allergies, improves energy and vitality, helps with digestive health, and produces smaller-sized stools. It creates endless possibilities about what additives to include in the mix, such as vegetables and cooked grains. Raw dog food also provides your dog with a great amount of mental stimulation and physical exercise when having to tear apart meat or crush bones. When frozen, raw dog food preserves its nutritional value and doesn’t spoil.

Before switching to a raw dog food diet, consult your pet’s veterinarian. Your vet will give you expert guidance on how to safely transition to this diet and recommendations of what brands to look for. When you’ve found the right raw dog food for your pet, sign up for Petco’s Repeat Delivery to have it shipped to you for free!

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Frequently Asked Questions

A raw food diet for dogs can be more beneficial than processed foods. Potential benefits for dogs include shinier coats, cleaner teeth, and higher energy levels. Though raw foods also might pose risks to your dog’s specific dietary needs—so you should check with your veterinarian before changing your dog’s diet.

Raw food diets typically consist of muscle meats, organ meats, raw eggs, vegetables (such as broccoli, spinach, and celery) fruits, and dairy.

    Typically, on a raw food diet, you will feed your dog about 2%-3% of their weight and split that between two meals. The smaller your pup, the higher the percentage required will be and vice versa. The more active your dog is, the more food they will need. The more sedentary your pup is, the less food they’ll require.

It can be! Feeding your pup a fresh food diet can improve their health by promoting a better immune system, stronger muscles, and supporting digestion. With fresh food, dogs can better optimize the nutritional value of their meals.

When you prepare your pup's frozen food meal, be sure to allow it the proper time to defrost in your refrigerator. Defrost the frozen food in small amounts, leaving enough food for your dog to consume over a couple days. Never feed your dog partially frozen foods that have yet to defrost, as this can pose a choking hazard or cause damage to their internal organs.