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K9 Kuisine USA

Turkey & Rabbit Raw Dog Food Entree

Turkey & Rabbit Raw Dog Food Entree

Regular price $25.98 USD
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Order online for pickup at our brick and mortar store at:

3819 Rivertown Parkway, Suite 600, Grandville, MI 49418

 


Formulated with:

  • Ingredients all natural, locally sourced here in the Midwest
  • Free of: Dyes, Gluten, Additives, Chemicals, Preservatives
  • USDA certified muscle meat and organ meat supplied from local food distributors and farms
  • Fresh ground bone
  • Whole vegetables from local farms
  • Formulated entrees by a certified pet nutritionist with ingredients all verified and scientifically proven through trials and analysis

Storage and Handling Instructions:

For the most part, storing raw dog food is just like storing any raw meat you may cook for your family. Keep the food frozen until you use it, and put what you don't need back in the freezer. You may thaw a portion of the raw dog food in the fridge prior to serving, and you may refrigerate the leftovers for a few days before it goes bad. To protect other foods in your freezer, store the frozen dog food away from everything else, possibly in its own container.

Bacteria grow best around 70° to 100°F. That is why meat rots so quickly whenever it is left out of the refrigerator for too long. Ideally, your refrigerator needs to be kept between 34° and 40°F in order to prevent the bacteria from growing at all, or at least reducing the growth rate so that the food remains healthy. Make sure that the food is sealed well when refrigerated or frozen, pushing as much air from the storage container as possible. Immediately discard your raw dog food if it meets any of the following criteria:
•    The food smells foul or rancid, like rotten meat or sour milk
•    The freezer or refrigerator was not working for an extended period of time
•    The raw food has been left out for several hours, or overnight
•    There are mold spores growing on the packaging or the surface of the
food
•    The food appears to be frostbitten and crackling on the surface


If you wouldn't trust feeding the food to your family, don't feed it to your dog. Replace it with a new batch of food to ensure your dog stays healthy.

Clean your work space thoroughly after preparing raw dog food so you do not contaminate the people in your home or any other food you may prepare on that space. Wash your hands and utensils well, and you will be able to keep everyone – including your pet – safe around raw food.

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