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100% COMPLETE & BALANCED NUTRITION
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Did you know that food is only beneficial if the body is able to absorb the nutrients within it? That’s why we’re taking it back to basics, using whole food ingredients as the foundational building blocks for our recipes.
We also cook it low and slow, carefully protecting the nutritional properties, which means your pet is eating REAL food in every bite. This allows us to create the most nourishing, species appropriate foods for your pet.
A warming herb, parsley helps improve digestion and treat abdominal discomfort It also helps to detoxify the system with the use of Chlorophyll
A neutral ingredient that helps to clear toxins, encourage skin and eye health, carrots also improve digestion and support the respiratory and immune system.
A neutral protein that helps build muscle and boost stamina and endurance, beef heart also contains twice as much collagen and elastin as regular meat. This makes it a great ingredient for supporting healthy joints.
A cooling seed, the quinoa seed is heart healthy and contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
A neutral fruit, apples are a huge supporter of your dog’s gut health and can even alleviate allergies! Not only are apples rich in vitamins A and C but also contain micronutrients called polyphenols which reduce the risk of degenerative diseases.
A cooling food, mushrooms are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants to support healthy immune function, and prebiotics for gut health. Shiitake mushrooms contain enzymes to help manage digestive issues and Lentinan to help support heart health.
A cooling cruciferous vegetable, broccoli contains sulforaphane which helps fight inflammation and regulate a healthy immune response. Broccoli also helps to keep the gut microbiome balanced and is very high in vitamin C
A cooling ingredient, chia seeds are rich in antioxidants, omega fatty acids, and fiber. Omega 3 fatty acids help to regulate the immune system, develop and maintain healthy brain activity and help to keep the skin and coat healthy and resilient.
Known as a “Yang tonic”, chicken hearts invigorate the body and strengthen the constitution. They alleviate deficiencies such as malnutrition and weakness, support the kidneys, spleen, and pancreas, and improve liver function while nourishing blood.
A cooling fruit, mangoes are high in antioxidants which can reduce oxidative stress and high in vitamins and minerals to help support the immune system. They are also high in fiber to aid in digestion and regularity.
Considered to be a neutral vegetable, beets have considerable benefits in reducing inflammation and improving circulation within the body. They are a great source of fiber for digestion and high in vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, folate and potassium which can all help boost the immune system
Duck is a good source of protein, iron, selenium, B vitamins, and zinc.
Celery is cooling and moisturizing. It aids in clearing heat in the stomach and liver, helps digestion, improves breath, fights arthritis and regulates the body’s PH.
A cooling fruit, the blueberry is the super of superfoods! More portent in antioxidants than any other fruit, blueberries can reduce oxidative stress, decrease chronic inflammation, and lower blood sugar. They are also very rich in vitamins A, C, and K.
Pork Heart is neutral and slightly cooling. It is a very concentrated source of the super-nutrient CoQ10 that supports the cardiovascular system, heart health and metabolism. It also helps build muscle and boost stamina and endurance.
A warming vegetable, kale contains high levels of Vitamin A, which supports eye and skin health, Vitamin C, which improves immune system function, and Vitamin K, which supports blood clotting and healing. Additionally, kale provides calcium for superior bone health, and potassium for heart health.
Nearly 87% water, cranberries are considered a cooling fruit. They are rich in minerals like specific polyphenols to help with urinary tract and gut health. They are rich in vitamins like C and E which help support immune health and are also rich in fiber to support gut health.
A warming ingredient, pumpkin seeds help with digestion. They are loaded with protein, amino acids, fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Known as a cooling novel protein, Rabbit is considered hypoallergenic. It is 70% water, which helps add moisture to the body. It’s also nourishing to the kidneys and supports the liver.
A perfect example of a cooling fruit, strawberries are high in antioxidants and help strengthen the immune system and help fight inflammation
A cooling vegetable, spinach helps boost the immune system, improve energy, and is very beneficial for hearth health. It also helps stimulate the digestive tract.
Considered a warming ingredient, oats are high in fiber and work to keep your dog full, longer. This superfood also supports the metabolic system, especially the thyroid gland, a.k.a. the master gland.
Considered to be a neutral food, eggs are a complete food source and commonly referred as the nutritional powerhouses. Eggs are complete in their amino acid profile they also contain a wide range of vitamins and minerals including A, B12, Iron and Folate.
A cooling protein that is very nutritionally dense in vitamins and minerals. It is a high-quality protein that helps aid tissue repair and muscle development. Being an organ meat, it is naturally very high in taurine which is essential for heart health.
Considered to be a cooling fruit tomatoes are rich in antioxidants that help with immune function, vison health and cognitive function. They are also rich in fiber to aid in digestive function.
A cooling fruit, oranges are high in vitamin C which aids in tissue growth and repair, immune and adrenal gland function.
A cooling oil, flaxseed oil is high in Alpha-Linolenic Acid and Linoleic Acid, two fatty acids essential for your pet’s diet.
A warming spice, cinnamon helps with maintaining a healthy weight and due to its anti-inflammatory properties can help ease arthritis and mobility issues
Whole Alaskan Salmon is a neutral protein that contains one of the best sources of Omega 3. It promotes healthy skin and coat, and modulates the body’s inflammatory responses.
A neutral vegetable, green beans are rich in fiber for digestion as well as vitamins C and A to help support immune health. Both vitamins also have anti-inflammatory properties and help slow the aging process. They are also very low in calories!
A cooling seed, sesame seeds are great sources of protein, antioxidants and Omega-6 fatty acids. They help to strengthen major organs like the liver and kidneys.
Apple cider vinegar helps regulate blood pressure, blood sugar levels, and is good for heart health. As a fermented food, it improves digestion and promotes better gut health by controlling harmful bacteria in the intestinal tract.
The perfect cooling ingredient, kelp contains 60 different vitamins, minerals and trace elements as well as 21 amino acids. It is high in fiber, which helps with digestion, promotes healthy glandular activity and aids in reducing itching and inflammation.
Rice works to help maintain healthy intestinal mucosa and can stabilize body weight if whole foods metabolize too quickly.
A warming ingredient, squash is very high in Carotenoids that act as antioxidants in the body which fight against cell damage and help support the immune system.
Sunflower seeds help maintain a healthy skin and coat, help to lubricate the intestines for healthy digestion, and are rich in vitamin E which helps manage cholesterol.
A warming food, sweet potatoes are high in fiber to alleviate digestive issues and are high in vitamins and minerals.
Considered to be a warming fruit, tart cherries have anti-inflammatory benefits and are high in magnesium which helps to absorb vitamins in the body. They are also high in iron which helps enzymes within the body function properly.
What is the best way to transition to Side By Side recipes?
When transitioning your pet to our foods, we always recommend doing so over a 10-day period to avoid digestive upset. For the first 3 days, start by mixing 25% of our recipe into 75% of your pet’s current diet. On days 4-6 increase our recipe to feed a 50/50 ratio. By days 7-9 increase our recipe to feed a 75/25 ratio. By day 10, your pet will be 100% transitioned to our yummy, all-natural food!
IMPORTANT TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN TRANSITIONING:
Even with a slow transition, your pet may experience a detoxification process during the transition period. This process usually occurs within the first month of transitioning to a whole food lifestyle and may last 1-2 weeks while your pet’s body removes toxins and replaces old cells with new better functioning cells. It may take much longer if your pet has had frequent use of antibiotics or steroids. Although it may appear scary and unhealthy, the body is actually rebalancing itself and preparing to perform in a healthier manner.
Symptoms of detoxification:
These symptoms may be worrisome, but it is part of your pet’s detoxification process. Once their body has adjusted, you will notice vast improvements in their overall health and well-being.
If you have any concerns about your pup’s health, please consult your veterinarian.
Did you know that food is only beneficial if the body is able to absorb the nutrients within it?
That’s why we’re taking it back to basics, using whole food ingredients as the foundational building blocks for our recipes. We also cook it low and slow, carefully protecting the nutritional properties, which means your pet is eating REAL food in every bite. This allows us to create the most nourishing, species appropriate foods for your pet.
How can something be better than homemade? Simple: It’s Complete & Balanced. What is complete & balanced? It means that your pet is getting the perfect proportions of vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats & carbs in every single meal.
We add species appropriate ingredients like organ meats & ground bones then gently make our food while protecting all those dog-gone awesome nutrients & finally lab test to ensure quality & safety. From our kitchen to yours – nutrition for a better life.
Did you know that food is only beneficial if the body is able to absorb the nutrients within it?
So, we’re taking it back to basics – using whole food ingredients as the foundational building blocks for our recipes & carefully protecting their nutritional properties, which means your pet is eating REAL food in every bite. This allows us to create the most nourishing, species appropriate foods for your pet.
When your pet eats highly processed food (aka kibble) – it may include additives and synthetics that aren’t usable by the body, resulting in grumbly bellies, itchy skin, huge poops, scooty butts & even illness.
This is why we take the time to carefully protect the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals and never, ever ever use artificial ingredients, synthetics or fillers. Because there is a difference between fed & nourished. Check out our ingredient list for yourself!