Grass-fed Lamb & Venison
A tasty blend of raw freeze-dried grass-fed lamb, lamb liver, lamb hearts and grass-fed venison tripe combined with high protein oven baked meat and vege bites coated with probiotics. A safe and easy way to add the natural goodness of raw meat and organs, just like in the wild. Can be served dry or with added water.
- Omega 3 & 6 from grass-fed lamb for skin health and shiny coats
- High protein helps increase muscle mass and increases energy
- Added fibre and probiotics promotes digestive health
- Easy to serve and store, no refrigeration needed
Top 3 Ingredients
- Grass-Fed Venison Tripe
- Grass-Fed Lamb Heart
- Grass-Fed Beef & Lamb Meal
- 35% Crude Protein
- 14% Crude Fat
- 3% Crude Fibre
Nutrient-rich lamb, venison & organs
High protein meat & vege bites
Made in New Zealand
Animals Like Us was born, and is made, in New Zealand. It’s a great place to make food for your animals because it’s grown in a clean, unspoilt land. We’re careful about sourcing our meats and vegetables, and only work with ethical New Zealand farms and orchards who meet our high standards.
What our customers think
Great - my pup loved it!
Ollie loved the Animals Like Us food. He got really excited again for meal times. The freeze-dried pieces were a highlight, and even the kibble bits were so good, I could use it as treats while on our walks!
Best packing and amazing product. Delivered even more than I expected
What a dinner real treat! Definitely spoilt thanks to the amazing team at @animalslikeus with raw food for me from all natural nutrient-rich ingredients in New Zealand. Delicious food making dinner time easy for the pawrents!!
Our nutrient-rich freeze-dried raw ingredients
deliver more energy, so you'll need a bit less than regular food.
- Crude Protein (min)35%
- Crude Fat (min)14%
- Crude Fibre (max)3%
- Ash (max)12%
- Moisture (max)8%
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids0.7%
- Omega-6 Fatty Acids0.5%
- Calorie Content ME3900 kcal/kg
- (Calculated)234 kcal/scoop
It’s important to transition your dog from their current diet, as it takes a few days for their gut to adapt.