Frozen Food - Dr Billinghurst BARF
Frozen Food - Dr Billinghurst BARF
Frozen Food - Dr Billinghurst BARF
Frozen Food - Dr Billinghurst BARF
Frozen Food - Dr Billinghurst BARF
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Dr Billinghurst BARF frozen raw dog food great for active dogs, suitable for all life stages including lactating female dogs and puppies.

Description, Ingredients, Feeding guide for Dr Billinghurst raw frozen food

Dr Billinghurst BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) for Dog's balanced life

2.72 kg per box = 12 paties of 227 g

Dr Billinghurst's R.A.W. BARF is a Biologically Appropriate Raw Food for restoring animal wellness.

Dr. Billinghurst is passionate about pet health and he knows that most of the disease processes which afflict modern pets are due to poor nutrition. Dr. Billinghurst knows that modern processed pet foods are responsible for most of that ill health and he has the simple but powerful solution to this problem... That solution is called the Evolutionary Diet.

The practical way to feed your dogs and cats their evolutionary diet for a long and healthy life. Dr Billinghurst's R.A.W BARF is a biologically appropriate raw food (BARF) for restoring animal wellness (R.A.W) available for DOGS and CATS in an assortment of flavours. The philosophy behind using BARF, or the hypothesis on which it is based is that the diet a dog evolved to eat - over many millions of years of evolution - is the best way to feed it. This is the hypothesis accepted by most modern zoos or any zoologist concerned with preserving a species of endangered animal. It is not the theory endorsed by pet food companies or the people they train - and that includes unfortunately - most vets.

Why you should switch to Dr B's BARF - Allergy support, cancer, dental, diabetis support, energy in abundance, immune & mental health, intestinal health, kidney, longetivity health, mobiliy support, pancreatic health, reproductive health, skin & fur health, weight normalising.

Conforms to Australian standard AS5812

Important Information

Please read before ordering:  Frozen food can be delivered only in Brisbane area

This product should be placed into freezer immediately or as soon as possible

Please specify the time of delivery as we will require for someone to be available at the premises to accept the goods

Feeding Guide for Dogs

Because Doctor B’s BARF patties for dogs are formulated according to the principles of Evolutionary Nutrition, they may be fed as the whole diet; ideally, they can be combined with varying proportions of raw meaty bones, with or without the addition of other whole raw healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruit.

Important: To avoid over-feeding (and obesity) when feeding Doctor B’s BARF together with other healthy foods, reduce patties proportionally to the amount of other foods included in the diet. The following guides use Doctor B’s BARF patties for dogs as the whole diet.

A rough ‘rule of thumb’ of how many Doctor B’s BARF patties to feed per day is to work it out is as a percentage of bodyweight (although it may vary a little with the energy content of the BARF patty).

  • Healthy adult dogs, or older dogs which are not exercising: feed approx. 2-3% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2 meals. 
    • Dogs on a weight loss program: reduce feeding level by up to 20-30%, depending on the amount of weight to be lost and overall regime. 
  • Active healthy young adult dogs which exercise daily (but not excessively): feed approx. 3-4% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2 meals.
  • Working, racing or highly active dogs: feed approx. 3-6% of bodyweight daily. Food with a higher fat content to increase the energy supply (e.g. Doctor B’s BARF high energy patties) is ideal.  Reduce feeding level when not active or working.
  • Small to medium breed puppies: feed 3-6% of bodyweight daily, divided into 3-4 small meals. Adjust based on activity level. Reduce as they reach adulthood.
  • Large to giant breed puppies: feed 2-4% of bodyweight per day, divided into 3-4 meals. Ensure these puppies grow slowly, so moderate, or even some reduced energy patties may be suitable. If high energy patties are desired to be fed, add extra vegetable pulp (from a juicer) and reduce patties to make the dog feel fuller and reduce energy density of the food.
  • Pregnant females: feed approx. 2-4% of bodyweight (depending on activity level) for the first ⅔ of pregnancy, divided into 2 meals. For the last ⅓ of pregnancy, increase to 3-5% of bodyweight daily, divided into 2-4 meals.
  • Lactating females: feed approx. 3-6% of bodyweight daily, up to free choice, depending on litter size and age of the pups. Divide into as many meals as required up to free choice.

Doctor B’s BARF patties for dogs are divided into three ‘energy’ contents: high, moderate and reduced energy.  Feeding guides for each flavour by weight, life stage and activity level are in the links which follow. Note that these are guides only. Always adjust the amount you feed your dog to maintain the desired body weight and condition.

Important: To avoid over-feeding (and obesity) when feeding Doctor B’s BARF together with other healthy foods, reduce patties proportionally to the amount of other foods included in the diet. The following guides use Doctor B’s BARF patties for dogs as the whole diet.

Important: To avoid over-feeding (and obesity) when feeding Doctor B’s BARF together with other healthy foods, reduce patties proportionally to the amount of other foods included in the diet. The following guides use Doctor B’s BARF patties for dogs as the whole diet.