Most pets join us at 8 weeks after being weaned from their mothers. What they are fed and how they are raised during the first 2 years are absolutely critical to their growth and development for the rest of their lives. The seemingly small but important investment you make early on will save you down the track in unnecessary vet bills and preventable health issues.Historically, dogs and cats have balanced their mostly carnivorous diet with other nutrients obtained from nibbling on native grasses and eating their herbivorous prey. While there is some debate about whether dogs are carnivores or omnivores, there is unanimous agreement among the experts that a well-balanced, natural diet is the best option. Just because they can eat grains doesn’t mean that they should eat a lot of it. More importantly, the more processed the food, the less healthy it is.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Fresh Meats Wises Road is here to help you find healthy and affordable options for your beloved pet. We have developed a select range of raw and cooked foods that incorporate quality animal protein with other nutritional ingredients, and all are gluten-free.
Canine Complete Raw products come in 5 flavours:
Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Kangaroo, Salmon & White Fish
Cooked Dog Roll products come in 3 flavours:
Chicken, Chicken & Veg, Pork/Beef/Lamb
Other treats include the following:
Various bones, various mince, chicken frames & wings, kangaroo tails
THE RIGHT FOOD FOR YOUR PET
We understand that no two dogs are the same and that not all dog foods are equal. So we cater for the different needs of different ages (puppies, adults, mature dogs) and stages (working, pregnant/nursing, overweight, pancreatitis, diabetes, cancers/tumors). We also give consideration to what is suitable by breed – for example, avoiding high animal fat products for breeds with a tendency for weight gain. Please consult the charts below to see which food products will best suit your pet.
PLEASE NOTE: While we have developed these products in good faith and in consultation with pet nutrition experts, please consult your own veterinarian should your pet have a particular health issue or concern.