Our Ingredients

Meaty bone, skin & meat

Finely ground meat (Chicken, duck, beef, lamb, turkey, quail, rabbit
and fish) including raw meaty bone (a natural source of glucosamine)
provide various essential amino acids, fatty acids and minerals
(including calcium, zinc and magnesium).

Pulped vegetables & fruits

A variety of leafy vegetables, carrot, pumpkin & fruits to provide
essential antioxidants and vitamins (especially A, C, E & K).

Sprouts & Microgreens

Sprouts & microgreens are SUPER food and POWER HOUSE of nutrition. Contain significantly more digestible vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes. We grow all these sprouts & microgreens ourselves and harvest daily as a part of our BARF’s ingredient.

Whole egg (Shell included)

Eggs are great sources of amino acids, vitamins and minerals.

Ground Flaxseed

Contains omega-3 essential fatty acids and fiber.

Organ Meat

A variety of organ meat like liver, heart, gizzard and etc from a number of protein sources like beef, chicken, duck, rabbit, turkey are rich in amino acids, phosphorus, potassium, copper, vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin B-Complex (folic acid, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6 and choline).

Our Ingredients

Meaty bone, skin & meat

Finely ground meat (Chicken, duck, beef, lamb, turkey, quail, rabbit and fish) including raw meaty bone (a natural source of glucosamine) provide various essential amino acids, fatty acids and minerals (including calcium, zinc and magnesium).

Pulped vegetables, fruits, sprouts & microgreens

A variety of leafy vegetables, carrot, pumpkin & fruits to provide essential antioxidants and vitamins (especially A, C, E & K).

Sprouts & Microgreens

Sprouts & microgreens are SUPER food and POWER HOUSE of nutrition. Contain significantly more digestible vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes. We grow all these sprouts & microgreens ourselves and harvest daily as a part of our BARF’s ingredient.

Whole egg (Shell included)

Eggs are great sources of amino acids, vitamins and minerals.

Ground Flaxseed

Contains omega-3 essential fatty acids and fiber.

Organ Meat

A variety of organ meat like liver, heart, gizzard and etc from a number of protein sources like beef, chicken, duck, rabbit, turkey are rich in amino acids, phosphorus, potassium, copper, vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin B-Complex (folic acid, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6 and choline).

Our Ingredients

Meaty bone, skin & meat

Finely ground meat (Chicken, duck, beef, lamb, turkey, quail, rabbit and fish) including raw meaty bone (a natural source of glucosamine) provide various essential amino acids, fatty acids and minerals (including calcium, zinc and magnesium).

Pulped vegetables & fruits

A variety of leafy vegetables, carrot, pumpkin & fruits to provide essential antioxidants and vitamins (especially A, C, E & K).

Sprouts & Microgreens

Sprouts & microgreens are SUPER food and POWER HOUSE of
nutrition. Contain significantly more digestible vitamins, minerals,
proteins, and enzymes. We grow all these sprouts & microgreens
ourselves and harvest daily as a part of our BARF’s ingredient.

Whole egg (Shell included)

Eggs are great sources of amino acids, vitamins and minerals.

Ground Flaxseed

Contains omega-3 essential fatty acids and fiber.

Organ Meat

A variety of organ meat like liver, heart, gizzard and etc from a
number of protein sources like beef, chicken, duck, rabbit, turkey
are rich in amino acids, phosphorus, potassium, copper, vitamin A,
vitamin E and vitamin B-Complex (folic acid, pantothenic acid,
vitamin B6 and choline).

Why We Don’t Add Supplement or Herbs Into Our Recipes?

We do not add any supplement and artificial vitamins into our recipes because we believe in whole food concept and we believe that well-balanced of natural ingredients are able to provide all the essential nutrients for dogs and cats.

However, you can add supplements or herbs as per your pet’s special health requirement.For example, you can add fish oil or virgin coconut oil as toppings.

We don’t put fish oil and/or coconut oil into our recipes because freezing may affect the quality of coconut and fish oil molecules. And fish oil should be given in correct doses according to the size of your beloved pets. Coconut oil may cause tear stain issues in some light-coloured dogs so is not suitable for every dog. Therefore, we do not add coconut oil into our food. You cansupplement separately.

And as for herbs, not every dog and cat require them in their daily diet. Herbs are best given
according your pet’s sizes and health condition. So, you can supplement in correct doseseparately.