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K9 Natural Dog Food

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K9 Natural2 K9 Natural is dog food that contains no artificial additives, preservatives, fillers such as rice, gluten, cereals or corn. It’s based instead on what a dog or wolf would naturally consume - red meat, bone and blood. Sounds gory, but that’s the reality. K9’s dog food is pretty much all meat, blood and bone with a small amount only (15%) of extras, namely cod liver oil, eggs and garlic, things to help keep your dog healthy.

Raw feeding is a back to nature approach; it’s simple and good for the animal as it replicates the high protein and energy that wild dogs would have had. It’s growing in popularity as dog owners question cooked fillers in processed dog food. There’s nothing cooked in K9 Natural’s dog food, it’s all raw, just as they like it, but it does come frozen or freeze dried; that’s really for your convenience. Thaw or add water, your dog will love it all the same.

The K9 & Feline Raw Food Barn in Henderson naturally stocks K9, but also you'll find it in numerous pet stores and vets, so definitely worth keeping a look out and giving your dog a treat. There’s also a great online store.
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