Turkey Hearts - Carnos

Turkey Hearts

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Made with antibiotic-free and hormone-free turkeys, our Turkey Hearts provide a natural source of lean protein, vitamins, and minerals. Nutrients of note include phosphorus, folic acid, and taurine. Turkey hearts should be fed in smaller amounts as muscle meat. They are not intended to be the only muscle meat and are not meant to be a full meal replacement. Suitable for both dogs and cats. Available in 5-pound bags.

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For Cats and Dogs

The Raw Ingredients.

All of our food is made with all-natural and mindfully sourced whole ingredients and has no artificial additives.

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

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    Turkey Hearts

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.


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.

  • beef


  • chicken


  • duck


  • lamb


  • pork


  • rabbit


  • seafood


  • turkey


1 review for Turkey Hearts

  1. Sarah Runyon (verified owner)

    These turkey hearts are large! I prefer turkey hearts over chicken for my shepherd so I’m happy to have found them at an affordable price. They were sealed and frozen upon arrival, easy to divide up and my girl loves them! 10/10 recommend especially if someone’s dog has a chicken sensitivity!

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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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