Beef Organ Mix

$3.95

4.88 (8)

Made with 100% USDA Inspected and Approved Human-Grade beef, our Beef Organ Mix is a blend of ground beef heart, beef liver, beef kidney, and beef lung. Beef heart, liver, and kidney are all natural sources of taurine, an essential nutrient for cats. While dogs can produce their own taurine, it can be beneficial to incorporate into their diets especially for dogs with existing heart conditions. Should be fed as organs and combined with other ingredients to create a balanced diet. Suitable for both dogs and cats. 

Beef heart contains phosphorus, b vitamins, iron, and taurine. Beef liver contains preformed vitamin A (retinol) and copper. Beef kidney contains b vitamins and selenium. Beef lung contains iron. 

Click here to learn how to incorporate organs into a well-balanced, truly raw meal. 

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The Raw Ingredients.

All of our food is made with all-natural and mindfully sourced whole ingredients and high quality supplements.

No fillers, no BS, just real, raw food.

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    Beef Heart

  • Beef Liver

  • beef-kidney

    Beef Kidney

  • beef-lung

    Beef Lung

Feeding Truly Raw.

This product is meant for supplemental feeding only. Do not overfeed or use as a meal replacement.

See our feeding chart for more detailed guidance.

Transitioning to a raw diet can be done in one of two ways. The first option is a slow and gradual transition, while the second option is a “cold-turkey” switch.

Read more about how to transition from kibble to a raw diet.

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Nutritional Values

Take a look at exactly what is in our products with our Guaranteed Analysis. Transparency is important to us, and we know it’s important to you.

 

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Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 16.88%
Crude Fat (min) 7.99%
Moisture (max) 69.00%
Crude Fiber (max) 0.90%
Calcium 0.01%
Phosphorus (min) 0.19%

Because Variety is Key.

We believe that the best truly raw diet is one that is balanced and includes variety. Want to mix up your meals? Here are some other favorite protein options to try.

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    Beef

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    Chicken

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    Duck

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    Lamb

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    Pork

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    Rabbit

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    Turkey

8 reviews for Beef Organ Mix

  1. Patricia (verified owner)

    I used to buy heart, liver and kidney and grind it myself. This is so much easier and the 1 pound rolls are perfect for 5lbs of beef.

  2. Sydney (verified owner)

    I usually buy whole organs but this is a great alternative and easier to handle. I wish it specified how much of each organ is in the 1 pound mix so I could ensure my dogs are getting what they need. Then I might even just switch to this regularly. But it’s great when you want an easier prep.

    • Rodger Liddell

      Hi Sydney,

      We use 35% liver, 30% heart, 20% Kidney, 10% lung and 5% spleen to make this mix

  3. february557 (verified owner)

    I’ve heard organs contain a lot of fat. What would be the best percentage for aging lab?

  4. Robert Panek (verified owner)

    A great premix of organ meats that my pup will actually eat. Its a bit watery but it does the trick!

  5. fdafonseca (verified owner)

    my dog hates whole organs so this item is perfect for making sure she gets the nutrients she needs.

  6. Megan Laferriere (verified owner)

    Perfect premix, makes my life so much easier that cutting up whole organs

  7. Brittany Jackson (verified owner)

    Much more convenient than cutting up organs, myself. My dogs love this organ mix! It’s the first thing they eat out of their bowls.

  8. Lauren (verified owner)

    This is great when I do DIY or add to my kibble dogs food. Always prefer the beef for the consistency.

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How do I transition to Raw?

Making the switch from off-the-shelf kibble to feeding your dog a truly raw diet can be intimidating. We’re here to make it easy. Read our blog for step-by-step guidance on how to transition to a raw diet.

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