Give the Gift of Great Food – Raw Dehydrated Food

Looking for a great gift for a dog or cat?  Our raw dehydrated foods make great presents for that special pet.  What makes raw dehydrated food so unique?  We start with the best in New Zealand free range meat, free from antibiotics and hormones and raised in the pristine meadows and lakes of New Zealand.

After the meat, we add delicious ingredients such as zucchini, apricot or Manuka honey.  Every ingredient adds not only flavor, but extra nutrition to our recipes.  We make all of our raw dehdyrated foods at our own facility in the Bay of Plenty in New Zealand, where we have full control over quality and ingredients, allowing us to make the best foods for your pets.

  • Raw dehydrated food is gently air dried which allows it to retain most of it’s beneficial enzymes and nutrients.
  • Our process eliminates harmful bacteria such as e-coli and salmonella, making our foods easy to handle.
  • Less packaging for dehydrated diets compared to canned food.
  • Feeding a raw, dehydrated diet can have great positive impact on your pet’s overall health and well being.

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    Benefits of Feeding a Raw Dehydrated Diet

It’s easy to make a meal out of our dehydrated foods.  You just add warm water, stir and wait a few minutes.  You can add as much or as little water as your pet prefers, making it a custom meal every time.  It’s also a great addition to your pet’s regular diet because it can be sprinkled dry on top of a meal.


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