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
Didn't smell as bad as I was expecting it to
Well the dog seemed to like it (but then again she is a hoover and eats pretty much anything). I like that it is predominantly meet and not grain. Would need to feed for longer period to see any gains/benefits from it over other branded food
Enzo can't get enough
Enzo absolutely loves it! As soon as i opened the packet, he was right next to me trying to get into it. I even caught him trying to break into the bag after he finished his dinner.
Very good product, my dog thoroughly enjoys it and does well on it.
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.