Bare Ooddles Raw

Raw Food Average Prices before any bundle savings or offers.
Average Weight 4kg, 75p per day, 8kg 98p per day, 12kg £1.20 per day, 30kg £2.40 per day
Feeding Raw Food
Feeding Raw Food

Dry Food

Dry Food. from 95p per day, before any bundles offers or savings, also this depends on your dog’s
weight, age and activity levels.

Fish Supper

Feeding Raw Food

Game On

Feeding Raw Food

Fish Supper

Feeding Raw Food

Game On

Feeding Raw Food

Farmers Market

Feeding Raw Food

The Catch

Feeding Raw Food

Young Guns

Feeding Raw Food

Seaside

Feeding Raw Food

Superfood Boost Beef

Feeding Raw Food

Superfood Boost Duck

Feeding Raw Food

Superfood Boost Salmon

Feeding Raw Food

Meadows

Feeding Raw Food

Moo Walk

Feeding Raw Food

Go Light

Feeding Raw Food

Yummy Chicken

Feeding Raw Food

Cold Pressed

Cold Pressed
Cold Pressed

Wet Food

Wet Food

Mixing Foods

Raw and Cold Pressed Mixed
If you wish to add any crunch to our raw meals, (some dogs miss the crunch) then please only add Cold Pressed Dry Food. Cold Pressed is made differently and it breaks down at the same rate as raw food.

So you can do 50/50, or just add a small sprinkle to the raw food if your dog likes the crunch.

Dry Food and Wet Food Mixed
A very popular way to feed your dog is using dry food but adding in some wet food. It can be anything from a small spoonful mixed in just to add some softness, or you can do 50/50. Our wet food, like our dry food is a complete food, so it is fine to do 5o/50 or 75% dry and 25% wet. You will not lose any nutrition by mixing the two together.

We do not recommend the below.
Raw and normal dry food, they break down at different rates. If you are feeding raw, only add cold pressed if you wish. Wet food and Raw – this is not recommended nor needed

Important Things to Note

  1. Our Raw Meals are Complete Meals, you don’t need to add anything. Many raw meals are just meat only and this is not nutritionally complete, your dog will lose condition if you feed raw which is NOT nutritionally complete without adding in what is missing.
  2. If you feed a quality dry food like Ooddles, you feed less per day as it is high in protein, so do check the feeding guides to ensure you are not overfeeding.
  3. Always weigh your dog’s food when feeding dry, you may be surprised, please don’t guess on how much. Scales are available from our shop. Never use a scoop !
  4. If you are feeding another brand of wet food, check the meat content, many are really low and full of preservatives, some are as low as 7%

Smarter Healthier Dog Food

Go Bare -
Raw Complete Meals

Freshly Cooked
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Dry and Cold Pressed.
Cooked Low & Slow

Wet Food. Gravy and
Pate Based Options