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The Organic Raw Veggie Plus Mix
…..simply add raw meat

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Raw Veggie Plus Mix for Dogs
'just add 200-300g raw meat'
200g


Add this highly nutritious vegetarian raw veggie mix to 200-300g raw free-range meat for a super healthy meal.
The vegetables are organic and have been finely pulped for better digestion and absorption. The oils are all human grade and are renowned for their ability to assist healthy skin, coat, eyes, joints and for every cell in the body! The free range egg contains an amazing array of nutrients. The ground organic pumpkin seeds and raw honey truly are super foods in their own right, whilst vitamin E acts as a wonderful preservative and gatekeeper for the oils.
The mix contains approximately 600mg of free range-egg shell powder, which provides enough pure calcium to balance the phosphorus in the meat you add.
Advice: Be sure to give your dog variety in what you add. For example:
free-range chicken meat, hearts, livers, kangaroo mince, diced Australian Lamb, canned sardines, salmon, tuna and mackerel are all great additions to this raw food diet.
NOTE: Dogs also love raw chicken necks and other raw meaty bones. They're an excellent source of nutrition, great for your dogs teeth and most certainly what nature intended!
This product is sold frozen and as a result can only be delivered on the Mornington Peninsula.

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Ingredients: organic carrot, organic beetroot, organic celery, organic kale, organic spinach, organic broccoli, organic pumpkin, organic parsley, whole free range egg, organic coconut oil, cod liver oil, flaxseed oil, ground organic pumpkin seeds, organic raw Australian honey, vitamin E.
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So many more pet owners are now feeding their cats and dogs what nature intended; a raw food diet. At last, awareness in the fact ‘we are what we eat’ is also starting to apply to our pets too! Raw food is loaded with vitamins, minerals, protein, active enzymes and real life energy.

So if you are a pet owner that wants to make a change, that wants to try a raw food diet but is a little overwhelmed as to where to begin, then you have come to the right place. It’s really not that difficult.

I have been putting together raw meals for my cats and dogs for many years. I mix together various combinations of meat, offal, veggies, oils (including fish oil, flaxseed and coconut oil), minerals (such as kelp and green powders), eggs, ground eggshell (for calcium), ground seeds, vitamin E liquid, and organic yoghurt. Unfortunately, there is a drawback; this does take practice, time and patience.

Before I put together the ‘Raw Veggie Plus Mix’ I had friends and relatives ask me for my cat and dog raw food recipes which I willingly gave away. So then why weren’t they making these meals for their pets? I was always given the reply, ‘not enough time!’ Everyone wants to open a can, pour biscuits into a bowl, and give their pets a meal, which will take seconds rather than minutes and hours.

As a result I developed a raw vegetarian mix, which is packed with nutrition. As the pet owner, your job is to just add the correct amount of raw meat.

If you’re like me and want to control the source and quality of the animal produce you give your pets then this product gives you that control. You source your own free range or organic meat and offal and add it fresh to the raw veggie plus mix. Animal produce I personally recommend is (all human grade from your own supermarket) free-range chicken, kangaroo mince, diced Australian lamb, free range or organic chicken liver and hearts. You could also choose to add lightly cooked fish to the raw veggie mix rather than meat. Fish can also include canned mackerel, salmon, sardines or tuna.

How much to feed?
The 200g Dog Veggie Plus, mixed with approximately 200g-300g raw meat would generally be the amount to feed a 20kg healthy adult dog.
Used over 3-4 days for a small breed dog, this veggie mix keeps very well in the refrigerator.
The Raw Veggie Plus Mix with free range, raw meat goes from being great to excellent when you add our very own "Supergreen Supplement Mix." This supplement mix is loaded with 21 super foods such as wheatgrass, kelp, coconut, probiotics, maca root, acai & maqui berry, olive leaf extract and alfalfa.
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A flat rate shipping charge of $10.00 will be applied
to each shopping cart (order).
However, if you live in Mornington or Mount Martha and your order is $50 or above, I will deliver your goods and return your $10.00 shipping fee.


Raw Veggie Plus Mix for Cats
'just add 200-250g raw meat'
100g


Add this highly nutritious vegetarian raw veggie mix to 200-250g raw free-range meat for a super healthy meal. For the fussy cats, I suggest to introduce the veggie mix in smaller amounts at first or you can try adding a little plain yogurt and grated parmesan cheese to the mix.

The vegetables are organic and have been finely pulped for better digestion and absorption. The oils are all human grade and are renowned for their ability to assist healthy skin, coat, eyes, joints and for every cell in the body! The free-range egg contains an amazing array of nutrients. The ground organic pumpkin seeds and raw honey truly are super foods in their own right, whilst vitamin E acts as a wonderful preservative and gatekeeper for the oils.

The mix contains approximately 500mg of free range-egg shell powder, which provides enough pure calcium to balance the phosphorus in the meat you add.

Advice: Be sure to give your cat variety in what you add. For example:
free range chicken meat, hearts, livers, kangaroo mince, diced Australian Lamb, canned sardines, salmon, tuna and mackerel are all great additions to this raw food diet.
NOTE: Some cats also love a raw chicken neck. They are full of nutrition and give the teeth and gums a good workout.
This product is sold frozen and as a result can only be delivered on the Mornington Peninsula.
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Ingredients: organic carrot, organic beetroot, organic celery, organic kale, organic spinach, organic broccoli, organic pumpkin, organic parsley, whole free range egg, organic coconut oil, cod liver oil, flaxseed oil, ground organic pumpkin seeds, organic raw Australian honey, vitamin E.
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So many more pet owners are now feeding their cats and dogs what nature intended; a raw food diet. At last, awareness in the fact ‘we are what we eat’ is also starting to apply to our pets too! Raw food is loaded with vitamins, minerals, protein, active enzymes and real life energy.

For the last 50 plus years, the commercial pet food industry has dominated the market and sold pet owners on the idea that health lies in heavily processed, unfit for human consumption dried biscuits and canned wet food. Can anything that has been heavily processed ever be called nutritious? Can dried biscuits with a shelf life of years be considered natural? Can meat, bones, offal, vegetables and valuable oils retain their nutritional value if they are heavily processed and then treated with high temperatures? Isn’t it true that most oils when excessively heated turn rancid and may become carcinogenic?

So if you are a pet owner that wants to make a change, that wants to try a raw food diet but is a little overwhelmed as to where to begin, then you have come to the right place. It’s really not that difficult.

I have been putting together raw meals for my cats and dogs for many years. I mix together various combinations of meat, offal, veggies, oils (including fish oil, flaxseed and coconut oil), minerals (such as kelp and green powders), eggs, ground eggshell (for calcium), ground seeds, vitamin E liquid, and organic yoghurt. Unfortunately, there is a drawback; this does take practice, time and patience.

Before I put together the ‘Raw Veggie Plus Mix’ I had friends and relatives ask me for my cat and dog raw food recipes which I willingly gave away. So then why weren’t they making these meals for their pets? I was always given the reply, ‘not enough time!’ Everyone wants to open a can, pour biscuits into a bowl, and give their pets a meal, which will take seconds rather than minutes and hours.

As a result I developed a raw vegetarian mix, which is packed with nutrition. As the pet owner, your job is simply to add the correct amount of raw meat.
If you’re like me and want to control the source and quality of the animal produce you give your pets then this product gives you that control. You source your own free range or organic meat and offal and add it fresh to the raw veggie plus mix. Animal produce I personally recommend is (all human grade from your own supermarket) free-range chicken, kangaroo mince, diced Australian lamb, free range or organic chicken liver and hearts.
You could also choose to add lightly cooked fish to the raw veggie mix rather than meat. Fish can also include canned mackerel, salmon, sardines or tuna.

How much to feed?
A healthy adult cat would normally eat approximately 3-4% of their bodyweight. Based on a 5kg adult cat, that's 150-200 grams of raw food each day.
The 100g Cat Veggie Plus, mixed with approximately 200g-250g raw meat would generally be sufficient food for approximately 1.5 - 2 days .
This veggie mix keeps very well in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
$2.70

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