Totally Raw will only use meat that is sourced from human-grade sources.
Boneless beef provides an excellent source of high quality protein. Beef provides minerals and essential vitamins such as vitamin B12, zinc, selenium, iron, niacin, and vitamin B6.
For the purposes of raw feeding beef heart is considered a muscle meat not an organ. Beef heart contains all essential amino acids, zinc, selenium and phosphorus. It has more than double the elastin and collagen than other cuts of meat and a highly concentrated source of coenzyme Q10. Coenzyme Q10 supports the immune system and allows for higher resistance to certain infections and types of cancer.
“Tripe” refers to the stomach of a ruminant (grass eating) animal. “Green” refers to the fact that the tripe is not bleached, scalded or processed in any way. Tripe is an excellent source of fat, enzymes, vitamins with a perfect balance of phosphorous and calcium. Green tripe has the additional benefit of providing good bacteria, which aids in digestion. Unfortunately tripe has a distinctive odor that is not pleasant. You may not love it, but your dog will!
Pork is associated with faster muscle growth and faster muscle training than other protiens. Pork is high in Vitamins B-1, B-2, B-12 and minerals such as iron and zinc. Meaty pork neck bones are soft and easily consumed by dogs of all sizes.
Duck is a high quality protein which contains a balance of amino acids. Duck is an excellent source of iron, phosphorus, zinc, copper, selenium, copper and selenium. Duck contains vitamins A, C, D, K and folic acid.
Chicken is a highly nutritious protein for dogs. Chicken provides essential fatty acids and protective monounsaturated fat. Compared to other meats, chicken is high in Vitamin A, with significant levels of the B Vitamins. Chicken necks are an easily consumed meaty bone.
Aids in the management of inflammation associated with certain skin disorders. Mackerel is very high in Omega 3 Fatty Acids containing twice as much per unit weight as salmon. Mackerel supports the proper development of the nervous system and visual acuity. This fish can assist in the remission and decrease the side effects of lymphoma. Atlantic mackerel is extremely high in Vitamin B-12. Not all dogs like fish. If you pet refuses mackerel, supplement with a fish or marine oil and Alfalfa & Kelp weekly.
A finely ground blend of Broccoli, Sweet Potatoes and Carrots.