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Carnivora Goat Diet Grass-Fed 25lb Box – $6.12/lb

$152.95

Goat Diet (no veggies) – portioned in .5lb patties

Due to the nature of whole-prey diets, it is normal to see some variation in colour between batches due to seasonal changes and the animal’s diets.*Please note: it is normal for goat and lamb products to have a gamey or off-putting scent at certain times of the year. This is normal due to the mating cycle in which the smell is used as an attractant for females (dogs also love it!). The smell is not indicative of meat that has spoiled and is a normal, natural occurrence in whole-prey diets.*

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Carnivora Goat Diet 

Carnivora follows the whole prey model which imitates what your pet would naturally be eating. The goat diet is a great novelty protein to try for dogs or cats with allergies. This formula does not contain any veggies, making it suitable for dogs as well as cats. Carnivora’s Goat diet is recommended as part of a rotational diet including other white and red proteins along with tripe and raw bones! If you have a picky pup or kitty, try out the single size or go for the 25lb bulk box for a great value!

Whole animal prey model: the whole animal carcass – mimicking that which would naturally be found in the wild including all of the best cuts of meat, bones, and organs (not just the leftovers).

Ingredients: Finely ground whole goat: meat, bones, heart, kidney, liver.

*These patties are cut by hand with a sawblade, which may at times leave cut marks on the surface. As the blade cuts through the frozen product, the friction creates heat and you might find the occasional patty with a “burn mark”, this mainly happens with higher-fat proteins such as chicken, pork or lamb, and is just a result of the fats coming into contact with the hot blade. Care is taken to let the blade cool down between cutting, but occasionally there will be a few patties with these marks. These patties are perfectly safe to feed as the marks are simply caused by heat and friction.

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