We understand that offering your pets the best is your primary concern; after all, they are a part of the family now. That is our number one focus too!
With the abundance of information available online today, getting the right information can be very tricky. As a result of this, we have compiled frequently asked questions with answers that you can trust.You can contact us if you have any more questions asides the below.
No, we're afraid not, many factors go into the production of bones. We specifically use cattle 18 months or younger so the bones are at their densest. Moisture is also incredibly important to monitor during the process as well.
Pork and lamb bones are softer and are perfect for light chewers. Beef bones are denser making them perfect for heavier chewers.
Always monitor your dog while they chew. If the dog chews too quickly, it isn't the right chew for the dog. Bones should be slowly gnawed down and not meant to be ingested. The natural benefits of the grease and marrow can support a healthy skin and coat.
Peak Chasers are a great source of protein without any harmful binders and are easily digestible.
Peak Chaser chews are hardy chews made from smoked and hardened cheese from the Himalayas of Nepal. They are made from yak milk and cow mile with a pinch of salt and lime juice. They are GMO free and made without any preservatives or binding agents.
Put the slivers or pieces in the microwave for 45 seconds or so and they'll puff up into a nice wholesome treat. Nothing can go to waste. You can do the same with the very end of the Peak Chaser chew as well.
Yes! We supplement Taurine and dl methionine. Taurine supports heart function, eye health, immune system function, muscle tissue and also aids multiple other systems as well.
On each bag we have feeding guidelines, but remember, they are just a starting point. Many things can influence proper food intake: Age, sex, breed, temperament, temperature, and exercise, hence why it's only a starting point. Feed the amount that achieves the body condition you consider ideal. Many consider a dog with a visible waist from above, ribs that are not evident, but can be easily felt underneath the coat. Pregnant dogs should be fed at least 1/3 more than normal and lactating dogs twice the normal level for the nursing period. Weaning puppies should be fed four times a day until they've aged four months.
Yes! Our diets are made to be switched routinely to help promote a healthier GI, keeping your dog from being picky, and also getting the most out of benefits from multiple protein sources. Switching between flavours in a line is easier than switching between our lines of food. Otherwise use the six-day play. Days 1 and 2 do a split of 75% old food, 25% new. Days 3 and 4, a 50%/50% split of food, and days 5 and 6, 75% new food, and 25% old. This should help with any digestive switches. Also, if you have a sensitive dog, plan accordingly and prepare to go longer.
All True Course Salmon Oil is certified sustainable.
All True Course Salmon oil is caught off the coast of Alaska. We never use farmed salmon oil (which tend to be lower in Omega 3's, EPA, and DHA).