Only the Highest Quality Ingredients
Our mission is to help keep your beloved furry family as healthy as possible for as long as possible.
Us hoomans know full well that it is essential to have a healthy balance of protein, vegetables, superfoods, minerals and nutrients to keep us healthy inside and out!
Here at PetNatura we know that this type of diet can really help improve the lives of our dogs too so it’s a no brainer for us to include these in our food!
Because you love your dog, come and give it a try!
Benefits of raw
Less stinky pops and poops – Woohoo!!
Raw food for your dog is easier to digest and the lack of unnecessary additives means the poops are smaller and less smelly. Good for your doggo and good for your nose!
Gorgeous shiny coat and healthy skin
A raw diet is a great natural source of essential fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6 which can help improve the condition of your dog's coat and skin!
Healthier gnashers and better breath
Raw dog food has natural enzymes that promotes good dental health and the natural, additive free ingredients help with fresher breath which means more sloppy kisses without you having to hold your breath!
Great for sensitive tummies and allergies
A raw diet for dogs is essentially very low in processed ingredients, carbs and sugars, which makes it easier for your furbaby to digest and can also help reduce allergies!
Raw dog food with added fruits and vegetables is rich in vitamins, nutrients, essential fatty acids and antioxidants that can all help drive an overall healthy immune system for your furry family!
A raw diet full of natural, additive free and vitamin enriched food will help maintain energy levels for your pooches favourite walks and playtime!
Are you feeding your pooch the perfect amount?
We know how much you care about your doggo’s and want to ensure you’re feeding them just the right amount of food for their weight!
Check out our feeding calculator to work out the perfect daily feeding quantities for your beloved pooch.
By the way did you know the calculation for puppies and dogs are different?