Farmers Dog + Good Dogs Training

 

We know our dogs deserve great and fresh food. We want them to live a long healthy life. After 10 years of research and try different dry food, wet food and barf we found the best option that suits to every dog’s weight, breed, health condition and age.

So why Farmers Dog?

1. No more guessing games. With farmers dog, you can actually see the ingredients in your dog's bowl. Protein sources in dry food that have not been approved for human consumption are much lower quality than fresh, unaltered, lean, human grade meats. With fresh food you can always see how much meat and fresh produce is used, whereas most commercial dog foods are extremely processed and can be loaded with hidden ingredients and additives that have been known to cause health issues.

2. Increased vitality Human-grade food made with high quality ingredients help build strong immunity and increased vitality. Even senior dogs show an improved range of motion and increased playfulness after switching to a fresh, human-grade diet. The protein and natural antioxidants found in high-quality, fresh food also helps fight ailments and illness. Because commercial dry food is cooked at such high temperatures, the natural nutrients in any individual ingredients are destroyed and cannot provide these regenerative properties.

3. Healthier digestion Your dog’s system wasn’t designed to consume the bulk of the ingredients found in dry food, and they end up turning into (smelly) heaps of waste. Switching to fresh, highly digestible, human-grade food results in fewer and smaller stools. Food is digested properly and nutrients are directly absorbed.

4. Better skin + coat Fresh, nutrient-rich diets with essential fatty acids (usually a combination of omega 3, 6, and 9) improve skin and hydrate coats, leaving dogs very soft.

5. We don't use any additives or preservatives A true fresh food diet would have no additives or preservatives. Any alteration in dog food is generally meant for the convenience of manufacturing (a longer shelf life) or marketing for humans (i.e. food coloring, carrageenan, or xanthin gum used in kibble to make it look more “attractive.”)

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You can also see our ingredient breakdown and nutritional analysis below: