Beef Recipe

Beef Recipe

Frozen Pet Food for Dogs 

Ingredients: Beef, beef heart, beef liver, beef kidney, ground beef bone, beef gelatin, whey, fermented duck eggs, organic kale, organic parsley, fermented organic okra, cod liver, fermented organic ginger, organic chia seeds, sea salt, *wheat germ oil, organic kelp


*Vitamin E supplement


Our Beef are raised without the use of antibiotics or added hormones.


You can purchase our diets in the following forms:

3lb Sliders 

12lb Box of Chubs (includes twelve 1lb chubs)

20lb Box of Chubs (includes twenty 1lb chubs)


Not for human consumption. This product has not been pasteurized and may contain harmful bacteria.

Wash all surfaces that this product comes in contact with thoroughly with soap and water.



Supplementing with one of our dairy and/or jiggles products are required for cats, kittens, puppies, lactating and pregnant animals.

Options are below:

A.) 90% of calories from meat + 10% of calories from milk

B.) 90% of calories from meat + 10% of calories from milk, + 1oz/10lbs of body weight from Jiggles

C.) 100% of calories from meat + 1oz/10lbs of body weight of Jiggles

*No artificial ingredients

*Humane processing and eco-friendly packaging

*No HPP (high-pressure pasteurization) 

Storage and Use:

Keep frozen. Thaw to serve. Keep refrigerated. Do not heat. Good for 7 days after thawing.

**Veterinarian Recommended**

Important Information

“Pets and other animals tend to need few calories per pound as they get bigger. For example if a hummingbird were 150 lbs it would need about 155,000 kcals/day; if an elephant were 150 lbs it would need 700 kcal/day. Similarly, larger breed dogs need fewer calories per pound than smaller breed dogs.

Reduce food calories provided by chews, treats, and people-food from total daily caloric intake. We suggest no more than 5% of daily calories be sourced from chews, treats, or people-food that is not nutritionally formulated into the total diet.

Suggested Daily Serving

*Individual variables may modify caloric need. See our feeding calculator for more precise feeding instructions.

It is our recommendation that you calculate daily intake to account for the increased bioavailability and absorption. Use our feeding calculator to calculate caloric intake at 88kcals/oz. This is better for your budget and generally better for your pet’s health and body composition. 

Pet Weight Amount
Up to 50lbs 2.3oz/10lbs of body weight per day
51-80lbs 2.0oz/10lbs of body weight per day
81-110lbs 1.7oz/10lbs of body weight per day
+111lbs 1.1oz/10lbs of body weight per day

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein – 14% (min)
Crude Fat – 14% (min)
Crude Fiber – 0.5% (max)
Moisture – 67% (max)
Ash – 2.5% (max)
Calcium: Phosphorus Ratio: 1.25:1

Calorie Content (calculated) ME: 2,464kcal/kg, 88kcal/oz

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