BIG DOG WELLBEING BARF FOR WEIGHT LOSS AND HEALTHING AGEING
Wellbeing is a lower fat healthy raw diet, which has been specifically designed for overweight dogs or dogs requiring dietary support for health conditions such as pancreatic issues, liver conditions, kidney issues and cancer. To our blend of lean muscle meat, vitamin and mineral-rich offal, crushed bone and cartilage we add nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables and a blend of herbs and extras specific to the wellbeing diet recipe.
Traditional healing, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and health-promoting herbs include gotu kola, jiaogulan, herb robert and turmeric. These herbs provide support to the liver, kidneys and cardiovascular system making this diet perfect for senior dogs. This recipe wouldn’t be complete without Big Dog’s special extra ingredients, including ginger, garlic, flaxseed, whole eggs, kelp, wheatgrass, probiotics and prebiotics.
At Big Dog we strive for quality and quantity when it comes to your dog’s health and don’t believe it should ever be a choice between the two.
Venison, finely ground venison bone and cartilage, whole fish (salmon and sardines), lamb heart, lamb liver and lamb kidney, seasonal fruits, vege and herbs (kale, broccoli, silver beet, carrots, beetroot, lettuce, cucumber, capsicum, apple, pear, tomato, strawberry, ginger & parsley), wheatgrass, kelp (brown and red seaweed), cold pressed ground flaxseed, alfalfa, brewers yeast, whole egg, turmeric, herb robert, gotu kola, jiaogulan, nettle, garlic, live probiotics, prebiotics, coconut oil.
*Available in 3kg pack with 12 x 250g individual patties.
STORAGE AND HANDLING:
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.