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Wolfworthy: The Dry Food Alternative to Feeding Raw


Make no mistake, the food you feed your dog is the most important factor in determining their long term health.  We believe dogs live long, healthy and active lives when the are fed the wholesome natural diet that they evolved to eat.  To some owners that means choosing a raw food diet.  Raw feeding can be an excellent way to feed your dog a highly nutritious diet, but comes with some significant drawbacks, such as:

Bacterial Risk

Studies have shown that feeding raw dog food can cause  increased risk of infection from Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes because raw pet food was more likely to be contaminated wth disease bacteria.

Preparation

If you decide to make your own raw dog food, it can use up a lot of your time and it can be difficult to know if your dog is getting all the necessary nutrients in a balance way.

Clean Up

Feeding and handling raw meat means you have to be fastidious about ensuring that all surfaces, bowls, utensils and equipment have been cleaned sufficiently so that you and other members of your family are not affected by any dangerous bacteria; this especially true if you have curious toddlers in the house.

Storage

Raw feeding requires extra storage, taking up a lot of room in your freezer (if you have not bought a separate one).  Extra planning is needed to allow for defrosting times and your dog only has a narrow window to eat the raw food before it "goes off".  This can lead to food wastage and extra costs.

Travelling

Feeding raw food when you are travelling can be almost impossible.  Taking supplies of frozen food even for a couple of days never mind a week or two can be a logistical and health nightmare.  This is can be even trickier when trying to supply food for your dog in kennels.

Wolfworthy: The Solution

Wolfworthy is designed to be as highly nutritious as raw feeding but with the convenience of being in dry form.  Wolfworthy is based on the whole prey diet of the Grey Wolf.  This includes freshly prepared meat, offal, fruit, vegetables, herbs and botanicals.  Wolfworthy is 80% meat , and 20% fruit and vegetables.  Feeding Wolfworthy gives your dog the same benefits of feeding raw including:

  • Fresher breath
  • Reduction in joint inflammation
  • Better skin condition
  • Stable energy levels - less hyperactivity

 

  • Better for diabetes
  • Smaller, low odour, firm poos
  • Cleaner whiter teeth
  • Reduced flatulence
  • Fewer allergies and intolerances

 

 

We use real meat and real vegetables in our natural recipe.  Wolfworthy contains absolutely  NO grain, NO artificial colours, NO artificial flavours, and NO artificial preservatives.  There are NO GM ingredients, NO added sugar and NO added salt.  These are the reasons why Wolfworthy received the highest possible rating by Allaboutdogfood.co.uk



8 Responses

Susan Elvidge
Susan Elvidge

January 31, 2018

I have recently tried putting my viszla onto raw as been told it will be good for him as he suffers with skin allergy.unfortunately he is not eating it.would like to try your food

Margaret
Margaret

June 28, 2017

A comment to say that Wolfworthy customer service is exceptional. I would recommend the food and the suppliers. I shall be recommending to my friends.

Wolfworthy
Wolfworthy

June 15, 2017

@shannon jones
Hi Shannon, Wolfworthy is high in nutritious protein and will help to keep your dogs feeling fuller for longer than foods containing grain.

shannon jones
shannon jones

June 13, 2017

hi, my two dogs are 7yrs and 2 yrs and don’t have tons of exercise as i am disabled but they do get one walk and running free walk per day and i also have a large garden. my question therefore is, would a high protein diet be suitable for them?
many thanks Shannon

Wolfworthy
Wolfworthy

June 13, 2017

@sue porter
Hi Sue, Wolfworthy is a high protein food which is inline with the ancestral diet of the dog, contain lots of freshly prepared meat, therefore it is not a low protein food.

Wolfworthy
Wolfworthy

June 13, 2017

@Iain,
Hi Iain, at 26kg, your labrador would require approximately 290g per day. Wolfworthy is proudly made in the UK so has a lot lower carbon foot print than importing food from Canada.

sue porter
sue porter

June 11, 2017

do you make senior or low purine ? I have a dog that can only have max 14 percent protine. wolf worthy is way to high for her.

Iain
Iain

June 11, 2017

Hi. Interested in the product, could you advise how much an average Labrador (26kg) would need to eat a day in grams? I currently feed her Orijen but worry about the CO2 footprint.

Thanks

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