Petmix Homemade Natural Dog Food
Our biggest seller in our line of PetMix dog foods, our grain-free Original blend contains healthy ingredients such as whole eggs, apples, flaxseed, kelp
— that help your dog maintain a healthy body.
Prepared with fresh, wholesome ingredients sourced in the USA, Petmix is the easiest way to cook for your dog. You choose the protein (any kind of ground meat) as the base for a healthful, homemade meal. We’ve included vegetables, fruits, whole egg and other healthy ingredients to provide excellent sources of dietary fiber, antioxidants and protein for proper bone health, blood vessel stability and nerve function. Our Petmix combines all of our specially selected ingredients to create the finest food for your pet and to ensure you are giving your pet everything he or she needs for a long and happy life with you.
PetMix can be served cooked or raw and is 100% grain and allergen free.
- • Nutritionally complete
- • No chemicals, preservatives or fillers
- • No animal byproducts
- • No grain or gluten
PetMix Original homemade food ingredients:
whole egg, broccoli, green beans, apples, flaxseed, kelp, sweet potatoes, bananas, blueberries, parsley, celery, lettuce, watercress, spinach, coconut oil
Each 2 pounds of PetMix makes about 16 pounds of fresh homemade dog food (raw or cooked).
Our 10 pound bag of PetMix makes approximately 72 pounds of fresh dog food (raw or cooked).
What you’ll need:
2 lbs. PetMix
5 lbs. ground meat
1 gallon water
1. Combine meat and water
2. Heat on low until meat browns. Do not boil.
3. Pour in PetMix, stir thoroughly.
4. Cool, then serve or refrigerate.
Small batch instructions:
2 cups PetMix
1 lb ground meat
3 ¼ cups water
Crude protein: (min) 17.6%
Crude fat (min) 6.5%
Crude fiber (max) 15.4%
Moisture (max) 7.0%
Excellent for dogs with food allergies:
Homemade food with a few less steps
Easy to rotate protein source (turkey, chicken, beef, etc.)
Critically ill dogs that need to be on a grain-free diet
Excellent health starts with an exceptional diet, and your pets deserve the best.
Many dog owners who feed their dogs Petmix™ see a positive change in the first few days.
PetMix is available in several varieties:
“If your dog has a sensitive stomach or won’t eat their food, PetMix is the answer.”
“She loves it, sits by the stove while I’m cooking it, she won’t eat anything else... she knows what’s good for her apparently!”
“My puppies love this PetMix and their overall health improved since we started this food.”
“Thank you! I have been a customer since 2012. Buddy and I love your products!”
Dangerous Pet Food Ingredients
Each day in the U.S. millions of pounds of adulterated pet foods are sold to unknowing consumers; an estimated $19 Million dollars worth every single day. Laws that govern pet food/animal feed have been ignored for so long, it’s so bad – so big – it is probably too late for anything other than a warning.
Recent national pet food recalls have heightened pet owners’ desire to educate themselves on what is in the products they are feeding their pets as well as its source. Some dog food manufacturers use a number of misleading terms in their ingredients list to fool pet owners. We’ve researched a few of them in order for consumers to make the most informed decisions for their pet.
Wheat – the number one allergen in dogs and a contributing factor to canine obesity
Corn – Useless filler that is a known cause of allergies and is difficult for dogs to digest
Corn gluten meal – a byproduct of corn (maize) processing that has historically been used as filler in animal feed. Also be used as an organic herbicide
Soy – Considered a low-quality, incomplete protein well known to create food allergies in pets
By-product meal – Bones, blood, intestines, lungs, ligaments, heads, feet, and feathers
Animal digest – A combination of many animal parts: dead, dying, diseased or dying prior to slaughter. Read more here: http://truthaboutpetfood.com/tag/animal-digest/
Ethoxoquin – a quinoline-based antioxidant used as a carcinogen, pet food preservative and a pesticide. Banned for human food use.
Egg product – eggshells, eggs that may have gone rancid or spoiled
Brewer’s Rice – the broken shells of rice that lack nutrients and have been discarded by other food manufacturing processes; floor sweepings.
Cellulose – made from wood pulp, used as a filler. FDA limits the amount of cellulose in certain foods for human consumption such as jams and cheese spreads
Sugar in any form – Useless, unnecessary and adds empty calories. Can be very unhealthy for dogs
Propylene glycol – Added as a sweetener. Used in antifreeze solutions, in hydraulic fluids, and as a solvent. Because of its proven ability to cause a serious type of blood disease in some animals – Heinz body anemia — propylene glycol has been banned by the FDA for use in cat food.
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