September 29, 2017 feeding dogs raw meat

Feeding Dogs Raw Meat

Have you been considering feeding your dog raw meat?   There’s a lot of conflicting information out on the internet about how a raw dog food diet should be done.  That’s why here at K9 Ancestral Diet, we have strived to make feeding dogs raw meat a very simple and hassle free process.

Feeding Dogs Raw Meat

Lots of people that advocate feeding their dogs raw will often make special trips to the grocery store or butcher and individually mix all their ingredients at home, and this can certainly take a big chunk of time out of the pet owner’s day.  K9 Ancestral diet’s fresh frozen foods are individually packackged in trays, making them simple to snip apart and thaw in the refridgarator until it’s time for breakfast.   We want the process of feeding dogs raw meat to be simplified and we believe our individually packaged portions do just that.  Our beef, bison and lamb recipes are veterinarian formulated and provide your dog with excellent nutrition to keep his energy levels high and his coat healthy and shining.  Want to take the hassle out of feeding dogs raw meat?  Give K9 Ancestral Diet premium raw foods a try!

Here’s what’s inside:

Beef (or Bison or Lamb), Sweet Potatoes, Beef (or Bison or Lamb) Livers, Beef (or Bison or Lamb) Hearts, Spinach, Applesauce (Apples, Water, Apple Juice from Concentrate), Blackberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Egg, Flaxseed, Cooked Bone Meal, Cod Liver Oil, Ground Ginger, Dried Kelp, Vitamin E Supplement



  • Crude protein (minimum) – 15.9%
  • Crude fat (minimum) – 9.1%
  • Crude fiber (maximum) – 2.1%
  • Moisture (maximum) – 72%


Keep refrigerated or frozen.  Thaw in refrigerator, do not cook or microwave.  This is a raw meat product, keep this and other raw meats and poultry separate from other foods.  Wash working surfaces (including cutting boards) utensils, and hands after touching raw meat or poultry.

K9 Ancestral Diet Recipe (meat identified above) is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for Adult Maintenance