Does your dog food provide a balanced diet for your pup?

We recommend these key components to designing the healthiest recipe for you dog's health.

Healthy Diet Trifecta

Finding the right combination of these 3 nutrients is the proper start to a healthy track record for your pup. See how we balanced our recipes to help your dog acvhieve its maximum potential.


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Yes, when cooked and prepared properly—and given in very small portions—turkey can be a healthy, occasional treat for dogs. Make sure it is fully cooked; has no skin, bones, or fat; and is not cooked with any other ingredients or seasonings. Here are some nutrients found in turkey:

Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Niacin, Protein, Zinc, Selenium, Sodium, Phosphorus, Choline, Magnesium, Potassium


 Beef is an excellent protein source and has been used in commercially available pet foods for decades. It also has a wide variety of nutrients including vitamin B12 and B6, zinc, selenium, niacin, phosphorus, riboflavin, iron, and choline.


Chicken is considered a complete protein. A complete protein contains all essential amino acids that promote good development in dogs. 


Crunchy and naturally sweet, carrots are loved by most dogs. They’re loaded with carotenoids, fiber, vitamins C and K (which aids in blood clotting to help wounds heal), as well as potassium. They also have magnesium, manganese, most of the B vitamins, and phosphorus, which is required for energy production, among other things.


Peas contain vitamins A, B, C, and K, and are a good source of protein and dietary fiber. They’re also rich in essential nutrients like folate, thiamin, and manganese. Sweet in taste, fresh or frozen green peas make an excellent treat or meal topper, and most dogs absolutely love them. Below, here's what you need to know about feeding peas to your dog, including guidelines for making sure you feed peas safely.


Low in calories and high in soluble fiber, pumpkin helps maintain a healthy digestive tract. It is low in sodium and exceptionally high in carotenoids, potassium, and vitamin C; it also has some calcium and B vitamins. Canned organic pureed pumpkin can be found at grocery stores but be sure that it is pure and not a pie filling — it should have no sugar or spices added.

Brown Rice

Additional fiber from the bran and germ parts of the grain help overweight pets feel full and shed extra pounds, while also optimizing digestive function.Brown rice is packed with essential minerals, such as manganese, iron, zinc, phosphorus, calcium, selenium, magnesium, and potassium.Brown rice is loaded with vitamins, including several B vitamins, vitamin E, and vitamin K.A good source of protein and carbohydrates, brown rice provides easily digestible energy.Brown rice is also a provider of powerful antioxidants excellent for warding off diseases.


This supercharged leafy green contains loads of vitamins, including A, E, and C. Kale is a good source of antioxidants and helps the liver detoxify the body. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. If your dog has bladder stones or kidney disease, ask your vet before feeding your dog kale; it may need to be avoided.

Sun Flower Oil

Sunflower oil is commonly used to keep skin moisturized as many dogs and cats cannot properly synthesize linoleic acid (LA), a dietary source or supplement is necessary to maintain a healthy coat and skin.

Sunflower oil also promotes energy, healthy immune function, heart health, and normal organ function.