Why Purchase Bulk Raw Pet Food
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Whether you are an individual with multiple dogs or part of a co-op seeking a better solution for your pet’s dietary requirements, buy from us today and experience how bulk raw dog food can address all your pet’s raw-feeding requirements.
The bulk raw dog food from Right Start Pet Food offers you a convenient and cost-effective way to provide your pet with high-quality, nutritious meals. Our selection of raw dog meat and pet food combos and starter packs caters to a variety of preferences and dietary needs, ensuring that your companion receives the best possible nutrition. If you have any more questions or need further assistance, feel free to reach out to our knowledgeable team, and we will be happy to help you make the best choices for your beloved pet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, bulk raw dog food is safe when handled and stored properly. It is, however, essential to follow hygiene guidelines and ensure proper storage. We source high-quality raw meat and follow strict handling and packaging protocols so you can be assured of the meat's quality and hygiene.
Of course, you can. We also provide a starter pack that allows you to sample a combination of beef, duck, Roo, and turkey. The starter pack is priced at $43 and is great if you are introducing your pet to raw food for the first time.
Yes, you can store bulk raw dog food in the freezer for an extended period. Proper storage in airtight containers will help maintain freshness and prevent spoilage.
For pets that graze, we suggest a maximum of 1 hour (or half an hour on a warm day) for leaving the food out. If your pet does not consume it immediately, you can refrigerate it and serve it later. Remember to discard any uneaten raw food that has been in the bowl for more than 24 hours.
You have the option to serve the food either frozen or after defrosting. If you choose to defrost, it is recommended to divide the food into airtight containers and thaw it in the refrigerator. If you prefer not to defrost, simply store the food in the freezer and provide daily servings.
It is safe to refreeze as long as the meat remains cold. For instance, you can partially thaw it for portioning and then return it to the freezer. If your delivery has experienced partial thawing during transit, it is also safe to place it directly in the freezer.