New Raw Bites - Nature's Variety!

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  1. JacksonsMom

    JacksonsMom Active Member

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    Looks pretty cool! I wonder when these will be in store?


    http://www.instinctpetfood.com/product/instinct-grain-free-raw-frozen-duck-diet-bites-4-lb-bag



    95% duck & turkey meat,
    organs and bones
    5% fruits and vegetables
    0% grain and gluten

    Grain-free, gluten-free (no fillers)
    Helps your cat or dog reach and maintain an ideal weight
    May provide relief for pets skin and coat conditions, grain allergies and intolerances
    Pure ingredients for optimal nutrient absorption
    Essential fatty acids for healthy skin and coat
    Complete and balanced for all life stages and all breeds

    Size: 4 lb bag

    Instinct Raw Bites provide the nutrition of raw with the speed and convenience of kibble! This form of raw tempers within minutes for a fast, bite-sized meal for your dog or cat.

    Instinct Raw Frozen Duck Diets by Natures Variety are formulated like the ancestral diet with 95% meat, organs, and raw ground bone, and with wholesome fruits and vegetables. Dogs and cats are meat eaters by nature. A diet consisting primarily of raw meat, organ meats, bone, and fat reflects what your pet would eat in its natural habitat. Since dogs and cats are carnivores by nature, they thrive on a food rich in nutritious meat.

    Complete & Balanced for All Life Stages
    Instinct Raw Duck Formula provides complete and balanced nutrition for dogs and cats of all life stages and is comparable in nutritional adequacy to a product which has been substantiated by AAFCO feeding tests.
     
  2. JessLough

    JessLough Love My Mutt

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    I make something like that to supplement the ferret's kibble diet, since SOMEBODY *cough*Harley*cough* won't eat anything if it doesn't seem like a kibble. :rolleyes:

    Except it's just meat/organ/bones LOL
     
  3. MandyPug

    MandyPug Sport Model Pug

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    Saw the info for those come through our store. They look kinda cool.
     
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    I have a feeling they are going to be god awful expensive.

    We just got in the Raw Boost (their normal kibble with the Raw Bites mixed in) kibble and it is quite expensive. Large venison/lamb bag is $90.
     
  5. JacksonsMom

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    Someone else on another forum got the 4lb bag for $21.99. Definitely pricey, but not THAT much different than the rest of grain-frees and raw around here.
     
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    And yet, I am somehow managing to switch quite a few people over to it. :p

    I wouldn't think these would have to be any more expensive than their other raw diets, but I guess we'll see. I don't know that the smaller size would really appeal to me, either.
     
  7. ~Tucker&Me~

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    I don't really get it, is it raw meat in kibble sized pieces in a bag? So you keep the whole bag in the freezer?
     
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    Oooh, that is really interesting! I've been trying to figure out what I'm going to do when we go out of town this fall (not sure our pet sitter can handle the raw chubs that we use) so this would be perfect!

    I'm interested in seeing the price. It would definitely be worth it for traveling!
     

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