Club Canine raw food for dogs and cats

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Cats are fussy eaters, so variety, freshness, and warming the food to room temperature (not in the microwave) will keep your cat eating a healthy diet.

50% of your cats' diet should consist of raw meaty bones, chicken backs, necks, wings, wing tips, duck wings, ox tails, lamb necks etc, whole or ground (chicken cat food).

Fish should only be fed 1-2x per week, as it can deplete the cats' vitamin E.

Some suggested supplements to add to your cats diet might include Salmon Oil, Cod Liver Oil, Vitamins E and C, a multi B Vitamin or Salmon Treats.

Our Cat Food Products:

  • Chicken with bone
  • Turkey with bone
  • Beef with bone dust
  • Buffalo with bone dust
  • Venison
  • Lamb
  • Rabbit Cat with Bone
  • Kangaroo
  • Llama
  • Variety Pack
    3 of each: chicken, beef, turkey, and 1 salmon

Ingredients: 90% meat, with heart and liver, ground, 5% raw ground veggies, 5% supplements, free range eggs, yogurt, parsley, kelp, salmon oil, bee pollen.

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Prices and Payment
All prices are in Canadian funds. HST will be added to orders for Canadian customers. Payments accepted in cash, debit card, cheque or visa.
Delivery can be arranged (free if 3 days notice within the local area).
Prices and products available may differ in certain locations.
Buy in bulk* and save 5% off orders over $250.00 and 10% off orders over $500.00
*Bulk savings apply to Mission warehouse location only.

If outside the lower mainland we can arrange shipping directly to you. Shipping is generally feasible if the order excedes 250 kg (500 lbs.)

Prices are subject to change without notice.


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