Raw Bistro's Canine Bison Entree is:
Ingredients: Bison Heart, Bison Kidney, Ground Bison Bone, Bison Liver, Organic Butternut Squash, Organic Broccoli, Organic Red Peppers, Organic Blueberries, Bison Fat, Non-GMO Safflower Oil, Organic Kelp, Inulin (extract of chicory), Sea Salt, Zinc Polysaccharide Complex, Vitamin E Supplement, Manganese Polysaccaride Complex, Vitamin D3 Supplement
2 oz. mini-patties in zip-seal bag (approx 24 per bag)
Net bag weight each: 3 lb (48 oz)
Net 6 bag weight: 18 lb (8.16 kg)
Raw Bistro's bison entree is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages.
Free Shipping: product ships in a biodegradable and recyclable cooler with dry ice via UPS. Frozen shipping is on Mondays and Tuesdays only.
Made in Cannon Falls, Minnesota.
This is the only dog food that my dog licks the bowl every single time. I wouldn't feed him anything else and I'm glad I found Raw Bistro.
My two large breed dogs love all your well-sourced proteins but I love that you offer the less common option of bison for dietary variety.
My dog consumes this protein very slowly as compared to the beef and turkey products. Not sure why. Eating slow is good but she actually didn't finish her meal. She is healthy so I don't know what to make of her reaction. I do like the product because as it thaws it is bloody and does not smell bad.
Both the family and our new pet Havannese eat and love Buffalo or Bison. The fact that this animal eats just grass eliminates the possible contamination by GMO's and Glysophates used on grains. Your Bison product is the only red meat our pet has a palate for at present. Still growing and growing and we will need to upgrade to the eighteen pound box since you do not make the six pound. Do you make smoked jerky meets cause our dog and I suspect most dogs could find them a treat as well.
“For raw food I have found that Raw Bistro is one of the best companies who is really doing it right.”
“Raw Bistro is one of the most ethically produced foods in the United States.”