Doctor B's Barf Raw Dog Food - Chicken Twin Pack - Available Frozen in Store

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Feed your dog nutritious, balanced meals based on the BARF raw food diet with Dr. B’s BARF Premium Frozen Chicken Recipe Patties!

Formulated based on the BARF (biologically appropriate raw food) diet for pets, these Dr. B’s patties are chock-full of essential nutrients your pet requires for optimal health. Improve your dog’s health by renewing their diet with the Dr. B’s BARF Raw Food Patties! This chicken recipe for dogs features a clean, holistic formula made with a base of chicken and other meats (beef, pork, lamb) to provide 90% of human-grade, animal-sourced protein in a single frozen raw chicken patty. These meat sources also include finely ground meaty bones and offals for added nutritional value.

Packed with vital amino acids, these frozen premium raw chicken meat patties provide muscle health support and boost cell production. Salmon meat and bones are also included as a source for protein as well as omega-3 fatty acids, which help with nerve function and skin and fur health. For plant-based omega fatty acids, flaxseed is also added. Fruits and vegetables such as apples, spinach, celery, carrots, and dried seaweed are blended with the raw meats to give your canine that extra dose of nutrition for a complete, well-balanced meal; these extra fruits and veggies make up 10% of the recipe.

Yoghurt is also a part of the recipe to add probiotics for gut health and contains protein, calcium, and other vitamins and minerals. With the addition of whole eggs blended in, your dog will receive even more vital nutrients such as protein, iron, zinc, folate, calcium, fatty acids, and biotin. The Dr. B’s BARF Chicken Recipe Dog Food Formula contains no grains or gluten, ideal for dogs with sensitive stomachs, and has a low GI to help stabilise insulin levels.

What you won’t find in Dr. B’s BARF frozen raw food patties, though, are artificial ingredients, preservatives, fillers, GMO, and added salt and sugar! The ingredients are in their raw form to preserve all natural nutrients and have not been heat damaged. All your feline will receive is pure, wholesome meals that give them premium nutrition from whole food sources when you give them Dr. B’s patties.

The BARF raw food diet mimics the diet your canine’s wild ancestors’ lifestyle, which is ideal for pets that can’t ingest the modern-day diet of pre-packaged and processed pet foods. The BARF diet is high-protein and is made up of 80-95% raw meat, offals, and meaty bones and a small amount of pet-friendly fruits and vegetables. By changing to the raw food diet, your pet can experience significant changes, from healing common illnesses and ailments to having increased energy and reduce stool volume and odour.  Order online today and pick up in-store!

Features:

  • High-protein and BARF-friendly (raw food diet) frozen chicken-based patties for dogs
  • Made with 90% human-grade real meat sources and 10% superfood ingredients
  • Bones and offals included and finely ground for extra nutrition to boost joint health
  • Packed with essential amino acids to support muscle health and cell growth/repair
  • Has salmon for EPA & DHA omega-3 fatty acids and extra protein and nutrients
  • Whole eggs included for fatty acids, biotin, protein, iron, folate, and other nutrients
  • Blended with fruits and veggies like oranges, spinach, and celery for nutritional balance
  • Mixed with dehydrated kelp for iodine, amino acids, trace minerals, and vitamins
  • Contains yoghurt for probiotics (great for gut health), calcium, protein, and vitamins
  • Includes flaxseed for healthy fats to help promote skin and fur health
  • Zero grains for a gluten-free formula – excellent for sensitive stomachs
  • Low GI raw pet food that helps stabilise insulin levels
  • Loaded with DHA omega-3 fatty acids to support nerve function & boost skin/fur health
  • No artificial colours/flavours, preservatives, fillers, GMO, and added salt/sugar
  • Formulated based on the BARF raw food diet for pets
  • Meets the AAFCO requirements for complete and balanced meals

Suitable for dogs of all life stages and/or with inflammatory conditions

Size: 454g total (2 x 227g patties per twin pack)

Give your dog the best health possible with the Dr. B’s BARF Raw Food Premium Frozen Patties!

Why feed raw?
The BARF raw food diet mimics the diet your canine’s wild ancestors’ lifestyle, which is ideal for pets that can’t ingest the modern-day diet of pre-packaged and processed pet foods. The BARF diet is high-protein and is made up of 80-95% raw meat, offals, and meaty bones and a small amount of pet-friendly fruits and vegetables. By changing to the raw food diet, your pet can experience significant changes, from healing common illnesses and ailments to having increased energy and reduce stool volume and odour. 

Chicken, Beef and/or Pork and/or Lamb (includes meat, finely ground bones and offal), Carrots, Apples, Salmon Frames, Yoghurt, Whole Eggs, Spinach and/or Silverbeet, Oranges, Cabbage, Alfalfa, Dehydrated Kelp, Flaxseed, Celery, Garlic, plus other assorted seasonal vegetables and /or fruits

Typical Analysis:

Crude Protein (as fed): 13.5%

Salt (DM): <1%

Crude Fat (as fed): 15%

Calcium (DM): 1.5%

Fibre (DM): <3%

Phosphorus (DM): 1.1%

Calories/Energy:

704kJ (energy/100g)

1598kJ (energy/227g (1 serving))

High Energy Chicken Recipe For Dogs Feeding Guide:

Note: Chicken Recipe for Dogs is not suitable for dogs that require a low-fat or restricted calorie diet such as canines with pancreatitis or obesity.

High Energy patties include our Chicken, Lamb and Beef Recipes.

  • These are most suitable for active working dogs, during late pregnancy or lactation or for small breed growing puppies.
  • They are also suitable for normally active adult dogs, but the amount fed may need to be reduced to prevent the dog gaining weight.
  • These should be fed with care to large breed growing puppies, to prevent them ingesting too much energy from eating these, resulting in rapid growth and skeletal problems.
  • These are not recommended for overweight dogs, needing to lose weight, or for older, less active animals.

This may be divided into 2 meals and the quantity reduced if fed as only part of the entire diet. Every animal is an individual and this is a guide only: adjust the feeding level to maintain desired body condition. Always ensure plenty of fresh, clean water is available for your pet.

Note that the exact nutritional analysis for each BARF recipe will vary slightly with seasonal changes. This may cause differences in colour and consistency.  Such variations are normal and serve to enhance health in accordance with the Evolutionary Principles of Nutrition. There is no need to adjust the feeding level to adjust for these changes.

General Feeding Guide:

 

Weight/Age

Serving Size (Chicken Recipe)

5kg/Adult

3/4 patty

10kg/Adult

1 1/2 patties

20kg/Adult

3 patties

30kg/Adult

4 1/4 patties

40kg/Adult

5 1/2 patties

 

  • Healthy adult dogs, or older dogs which are not exercising: feed approx. 2-3% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2 meals.
    • Dogs on a weight loss program: reduce feeding level by up to 20-30%, depending on the amount of weight to be lost and overall regime.
  • Active healthy young adult dogs which exercise daily (but not excessively): feed approx. 3-4% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2 meals.
  • Working, racing or highly active dogs: feed approx. 3-6% of bodyweight daily. Food with a higher fat content to increase the energy supply (e.g. Doctor B’s BARF high energy patties) is ideal.  Reduce feeding level when not active or working.
  • Small to medium breed puppies: feed 3-6% of bodyweight daily, divided into 3-4 small meals. Adjust based on activity level. Reduce as they reach adulthood.
  • Large to giant breed puppies: feed 2-4% of bodyweight per day, divided into 3-4 meals. Ensure these puppies grow slowly, so moderate, or even some reduced energy patties may be suitable. If high energy patties are desired to be fed, add extra vegetable pulp (from a juicer) and reduce patties to make the dog feel fuller and reduce energy density of the food.
  • Pregnant females: feed approx. 2-4% of bodyweight (depending on activity level) for the first ⅔ of pregnancy, divided into 2 meals. For the last ⅓ of pregnancy, increase to 3-5% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2-4 meals.
  • Lactating females: feed approx. 3-6% of bodyweight daily, up to free choice, depending on litter size and age of the pups. Divide into as many meals as required up to free choice.

Note that these are guides only. Always adjust the amount you feed your dog to maintain the desired body weight and condition.

Barcode # 9335355000100
Brand Dr B's Barf