Please note: We understand that each pet is unique. Our serving calculator is usually spot on but the appropriate amount to feed your dog or cat may vary. The breed, size, and activity level of your dog or cat will impact their daily requirements. Adjust accordingly!
Use our Raw Feeding Serving Calculator to determine the recommended daily serving amount.
Pull raw food from the freezer to the fridge to thaw.
The easiest way to portion raw food is when it's partially frozen (not too soft, not too hard).
Take the partially frozen raw food out of the fridge and place it on your cutting board.
Use a sharp knife and a scale to portion the partially frozen raw food into meals.
Place each portioned meal into a leak-proof container with lid.
Place approx three days' worth of the portioned raw food in the fridge.
It's OK to refreeze the remaining portioned and un-portioned raw food.
See Thaw and Serve schedule below!
Use plastic or latex gloves when handling raw food.
Keep raw food separate from other foods and food surfaces.
Keep raw food frozen until ready to thaw.
Always thaw raw food in the refrigerator.
Keep raw food in the lowest compartment of the fridge to avoid cross-contamination.
Store raw food in a leak-proof container with a lid (Tupperware, glass, steel, aluminum, etc).
To avoid cross-contamination, wash your cutting board and knives after portioning each protein.
Always wash hands and utensils thoroughly, with hot, soapy water after handling raw food.
Clean meal prep areas and surfaces with antibacterial wipes or bleach.
Thaw and Serve Schedule
Transitioning from Kibble
Transitioning to Raw Feeding
Frozen From the Farm to your Door
Our Complete Blends Make Raw Feeding Easy
Our signature complete blends are 80% meat, 10% organ, and 10% bone. The formulation of our proprietary blends came together with the combination of our own 20+ years of raw feeding experience along with advice from holistic vets and animal dietary nutritionists. We chose to keep our blends as natural as possible. It's just meat, bone, and organ! Sourced from healthy, happy animals who live on a small, family farm here in Indiana.