The Real Meat Company product line includes 3 air-dried dog foods

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Less expensive dog foods generally include less meat, and more and grain . Proponents of a natural diet criticize the use of such ingredients, and point out that regulations allow for packaging that might lead a consumer to believe that they are buying natural food, when, in reality, the food might be composed mostly of ingredients such as those listed above. More expensive dog foods may be made of ingredients suitable for organic products or free range meats. is a popular ingredient. Ingredients must be listed by amount in descending order.
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Wet or canned dog food is significantly higher in moisture than dry or semi-moist food. Canned food is commercially sterile (cooked during canning); other wet foods may not be sterile. A given wet food will often be higher in protein or fat compared to a similar kibble on a dry matter basis (a measure which ignores moisture); given the canned food's high moisture content, however, a larger amount of canned food must be fed. Grain gluten and other protein gels may be used in wet dog food to create artificial meaty chunks, which look like real meat. The Real Meat Company Pet Food Seasoning Topper for Dogs and Cats
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From there, we protect the real chicken and real chicken organ meat's nutrients by our exclusive nutrient protection technology. This helps protect the heat sensitive Amino Acids from heat damage that can occur in most expanded dog foods. And we add just the right amount of vitamins and minerals to make a complete and balanced diet.Hi Glenda, I just switched from Acana single protein to raw. I am very fortunate in that one of my puppy people owns a pet food store and her focus is raw. She is not close enough to be my supplier but she has provided a wealth of information. First, she recommended that I do a complete transfer with 12 hours between the last feed of kibble. Second, she recommended I feed a complete prepared raw diet to start – so I have chosen Iron Will Raw as it came highly recommended by her. It is important to feed a variety of proteins however initially you need to check your dogs tolerance to the different proteins – for example I did not know that many dogs have an intolerance for chicken and beef because vaccines are grown using chicken and beef cells (I found that hugely interesting). So, I am starting with a complete chicken for a week, then I will do beef for a week, then turkey, then pork – there are lots of choices but with this supplier they have a “Pawty- Platter” that is really good value and so I want to test the tolerance to the meats in that package. Good luck with your transition – I am hoping to great things – I have been dealing with mild allergies for the last few years so I am hoping this will help my guys.In 1947, the brothers founded Bil-Jac Foods Inc. Coming up with a company name was easy: They simply took their first names, dropped the last letter of each and combined them. The company's initial product was Bil-Jac Frozen Dog Food. "...a real product that is taken care of properly and is not damaged in processing is by far the best way to feed," Kelly said.What really frustrates me is the covert and evasive manner in which so many dog food companies choose to conduct themselves during the recalls themselves.