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Delivery Schedule week of Canada Day:

No deliveries on Wednesday, but the store is open 10-6.
We will deliver in Vancouver Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. No changes to the schedule for other cities.

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Free Pet Food Delivery

Delivering raw pet food in the greater Vancouver area for years. Free delivery on all orders over $75

Vancouver’s Original Raw Food Pet Delivery Store

New To Raw?

  • Learn the benefits of raw for your pet
  • We will help you make the switch and provide meal planning
  • Check out our Learning Center for more information

Feeding Calculator

  • Easy calculator to help you find out the right amount of food for your pet
  • Does your pet need to lose weight? We can calculate a healthy weight loss formula
  • We only sell products your pet will love!

Convenient Delivery

  • FREE delivery on orders of $60 and over
  • Choose a delivery day that best fits your schedule
  • Raw food is delivered in freezer bags to stay frozen and fresh

WE MAKE THINGS REALLY EASY

We’ll deliver all the pet food you need right to your doorstep.

Bone

Bones provide important minerals such as calcium and phosphorus but they are also great for dental health and as recreational chews. Raw bones are a great way to clean your dog and cat’s teeth while having them enjoy a great chew. We always recommend supervision while giving bones.

Fish

Fish is a great protein to add to your pet’s diet as it provides higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids which help in many ways including heart health, brain development, arthritis, and prevent inflammation.

Tripe

Tripe can be used as an alternative to vegetables as the stomach lining of herbivores contain a very high concentration of vitamins and minerals. They are also packed with probiotics and digestive enzymes that help the digestive process of dogs and cats.

Green Leafy Vegetable

Vegetables have vitamins and minerals that are not readily available in meat. Usage of finely pureed, low-glycemic vegetables are recommended for dogs. Some root veggies are ok like sweet potato or carrots. Watch the quantity as too many can sometimes lead to yeast build up and even food sensitivities.

Fruits

Fruits such as blueberries and cranberries are a great way to add additional nutrients such as antioxidants to your pet’s diet. Cantaloupes, apples, watermelons are all great fruits to use as treats! Do not over do it on the sugars though.

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