Form - Farm Fresh Pet Foods

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  • 1. My Information
  • 2. My Pet's Health
  • 3. My Pet's Behavior

My Information

Tell us about you and your pet.

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My Pet's Health

Tell us about your pet's health.

My Pet's Behavior

Tell us about your pet personality.

 While every dog is an individual and will have different needs,
we find that the average dog should consume approximately
2 - 3% of their body weight daily.
Our foods are very dense & highly digestible, pets get more nutrition
with every bite.
We recommend that you feed your dog 2 times a day,
once in the morning and once at night.

 Nursing females will need to eat more to support their litter. It is recommended to feed them 4 - 8% of their weight, and should be fed 3 times per day.

 

Canine Weight (in lbs) 5 to 14 15 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 50 51 to 75 76 to 100 100+
Recommending Feeding (in lbs/day) 1/4 to 1/3 1/3 to 1/2 1/2 to 2/3 3/4 to 1 1 to 2 1 1/2 to 3 2+ (2-2.5% of body weight)

DOG ACTIVITY

 

Extremely active dogs may require more while less active dogs may require slightly less. These are recommendations only. Your dogs needs may differ, and there is no substitute for monitoring the health & weight of your dog on a regular basis. 

 

Portion Recommendation


For young-adult dogs our RAW diets are perfect to propel their development further, (Read our transitioning guidelines if your dog is new to raw foods.) And for active dogs with a big appetite we have our Eco Packs, which pack 3lb of food in one compact box, perfect for saving freezer space and a few bucks.
1 tub a day, 7 tubs a week, or 4 eco boxes for 2 weeks worth of food.

Proper Food Handling

Our foods come frozen and should remain frozen until they are ready to be consumed. Food should be frozen or refrigerated at all times. We recommend using the food in the container within 5 days of defrosting. The best method of defrosting is to use your refrigerator. It will take approximately 24 - 48 hours to fully defrost using the fridge depending upon the temperature of your fridge.

Some clients choose to use the microwave to defrost, which is fine as we package in microwave safe containers. The microwave is not our preferred method as it does, to some extent, negate the delicate cooking process we use. Always remember though, using the microwave definitely beats having a hungry puppy, which is why we mention it as an option.

Never refreeze food once it has fully defrosted or allow foods to sit at room temperature for extended periods of time. Follow proper food handling techniques as you would follow for yourself. Exercise common sense when handling any type of fresh food product. Follow proper sanitation methods with your dog's bowl and other items that may come in contact with the food.