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Canine Country

Canine BARF Diet | Composite White


Canine Country

Canine BARF Diet | Composite White


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**NOTE: Product comes frozen, so only available to buy online with 'click & collect' or 'local delivery' options at checkout.**

Brisbane-based Canine Country Pet Food has developed their own special range of top quality foods using different raw ingredients to suit all dogs and their respective dietary needs.

All products are made using fresh, top quality Australian produce and then frozen to seal in the goodness until it's time to eat!

All fruit and vegetables used are fresh produce, sourced directly from farms in the Brisbane Valley or local produce stores. Canine Country does not use imported dehydrated vegetables like some brands.

Canine Country BARF (Bones and Raw Food) diets consist of a combination of fresh meat, ground soft bone, seasonal fruit and veggies, flaxseed, kelp, omega 3, 6 and 9, Yoghurt and Garlic.

They are all grain free, preservative free and have no additives.

Composite White BARF ingredients:

  • Minced chicken meat and bone
  • Minced turkey, duck and fish
  • Fruit - apples, pears, seasonal fruit
  • Veggies - pumpkin, sweet potato, beans, leafy greens, seasonal veg
  • Eggs
  • Yoghurt
  • Flaxseed meal
  • Omega 3, 6 and 9
  • Kelp
  • Garlic

Nutritional analysis:

  • Crude fat - 13.1g/100g
  • Protein - 12.4g/100g
  • Crude fibre - 0.3g/100g

Sizes: 1kg pack containing 6 individually portioned 166g patties OR 1kg pack with two 500g roll portions

How much do I need to feed my dog each day?
The recommended feeding rate is between 2-4% of the ideal adult body weight. Whilst this is a guide only, some dogs may need their intake reduced if they are gaining weight, and others may need it increased due to high energy levels, metabolism etc.