Pet Food For Dogs

Goffle Brand Pet Food is our own brand of raw diet pet food for dogs. Made with Goffle Poultry’s wholesome chicken and turkey, our raw diet is all-natural and free of antibiotics, steroids, preservative, and hormones. Our pet food is ground with the muscle and bone and is designed to be fed raw,  as it is designed to be easier for canines to metabolize compared to most available commercial dry pet foods.

To ensure quality, each patty is wrapped in a single serve easy-peel package. When separated, patties defrost in the fridge within a few hours, allowing for easy meals and much shorter clean up time than many other raw options. Each box contains 36 patties.

To prepare a serving, simply separate the patties and defrost. Generally, one patty per day is enough for every 10 pounds your pet weighs. For example, a 40 pound dog would get 4 patties per day, when split into 2 meals, this makes makes 2 patties per meal. Factors like age and overall activeness effect how much a pet needs to eat, which pet owners should monitor to see if more or less than the recommended allowance should be fed.

Goffle Brand Pet Food is available in several varieties for dogs depending on your pet’s needs. Interested in starting your pets on a raw diet? Consult your veterinarian to see if a raw diet is right for your pet.

Varieties

 

Ingredients

Chicken and Turkey.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

17.75 %

Crude Fat (mix):

9.5 %

Crude Fiber (max):

0.5 %

Moisture (max):

70 %

Calorie Content

(ME, fed)

1420 kcal/kg

177 kcal/piece

 

Ingredients

Chicken , Turkey, Organ Meat (Heart, Liver).

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

16.25 %

Crude Fat (mix):

8.5 %

Crude Fiber (max):

4.5 %

Moisture (max):

71 %

Calorie Content

(ME, fed)

1530 kcal/kg

189 kcal/piece

 

Ingredients

Chicken, Turkey, Liver, Cooked Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Spinach, Cauliflower, Green Peas, Carrots, Lettuce, Pitted Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Cranberries.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

17.75 %

Crude Fat (mix):

9.5 %

Crude Fiber (max):

0.5 %

Moisture (max):

70 %

Calorie Content

(ME, fed)

1300 kcal/kg

162 kcal/piece

 

Ingredients

Ingredients: Chicken, Turkey, Liver, Chicken Feet, Cooked Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Spinach, Cauliflower, Green Peas, Carrots, Lettuce, Pitted Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Cranberries.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

16.25 %

Crude Fat (mix):

8.5 %

Crude Fiber (max):

4.0 %

Moisture (max):

70 %

Calorie Content

(calculated, ME)

1356 kcal/kg

166 kcal/piece

 

Ingredients

Chicken, Turkey, Duck Necks, Organ Meat (Heart, Liver).

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

17.25 %

Crude Fat (mix):

10 %

Crude Fiber (max):

0.5 %

Moisture (max):

67.5 %

Calorie Content 

(calculated, ME)

1457 kcal/kg

 182 kcal/piece

 

Ingredients

Turkey.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

16.75 %

Crude Fat (mix):

10.5 %

Crude Fiber (max):

1.0 %

Moisture (max):

66 %

Calorie Content 

(calculated, ME)

 1445 kcal/kg

182 kcal/piece

 

Ingredient

Duck Necks.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

16.25 %

Crude Fat (mix):

10 %

Crude Fiber (max):

1.0 %

Moisture (max):

62 %

Calorie Content 

(calculated, ME)

 1439 kcal/kg

 185 kcal/piece

 

Ingredient

Chicken.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min):

17.25 %

Crude Fat (mix):

10.0 %

Crude Fiber (max):

0.5 %

Moisture (max):

68 %

Calorie Content

(calculated, ME)

1431 kcal/kg

179 kcal/piece

What to Expect on a Raw Diet

Less Stool

While this may sound crude to some, canines on a raw diet have been observed to poop less. A canine’s is a carnivore, meaning their digestive system is designed to process meat. Fillers like grains or corn take to longer to fully digest than meat, so they are generally passed through the body as waste. A dog’s stool on a raw diet is usually small, hard, and scentless, making cleaning up much easier.

Whiter Teeth and Odorless Breath

Starchy ingredients in dry pet food can cause tartar buildup and possible long-term gum issues, as well as stinky dog breath. As a pet eats a raw diet, crunching and chewing ground-up bones scrapes and removes plague and buildup from their teeth, promoting whiter teeth and much milder smelling breath.

Better Weight Management

Since raw pet food does not contain any additives or fillers like grain or corn, a canine’s digestive system can make better use of the proteins, using them as energy instead of storing it as fat.

Recommend Feeding Directions

Defrost and serve raw. Use the feeding chart below to determine how much to feed your dog. Factors such as breed, level of activity, and age play a part in the recommended feeding quantities of all dogs. Please be sure to monitor your dog’s dietary needs and adjust the feeding quantities accordingly. Cooking not recommended.
 
Adult Dog’s Weight (lb)
Number of Patties (pc)

5

1/2

10

1

20

2

40

4

80

8

Safe Handling Instructions

  1. Raw food products can contain pathogens which can be harmful to humans if mishandled.
  2. For your protection, safe handling recommendations should be followed
  3. Keep refrigerated or frozen until ready to use. Thaw in refrigerator or microwave and use immediately.
  4. Keep raw animal product separate and clearly marked from other foods for human consumption.
  5. Wash hands and sterilize working surfaces, utensils, and any other items that come in contact with raw animal product, including pet feeding bowl.
  6. If not consumed by pet within one (1) hour, refrigerate or discard product.
  7. Keep this product out of reach of infants and young children.

Transitioning to Raw

Starting a dog on a raw diet can appear to be daunting task for pet owners, but it doesn’t have to. Use the following section as a guide for transitioning from dry/canned food to raw. Before starting your pet of a raw diet, we recommend consulting your Veterinarian to ensure your pet is getting the correct amount vitamins and nutrients it needs.

Days 1-3: 25% Raw Food/ 75% Current Food

Start by giving your pet a little of the raw diet food, followed by the balance in their current food 15 minutes later. This allows the pet to try the raw diet food as you gauge their interest in it.
 

Days 4-7: 60-75% Raw Food/ 25-40% Current Food

If your pet has no issues during the first 3 days, slowly continue to increase the amount of raw food you feed your pet. If your pet’s stool is soft as a result of the switch, introduce the raw food in lower quantities. 

Day 8 and Onward: 100% Raw Food

From here on, you can start feeding all raw diet. Depending on what variety you choose, you may continue to supplement your pets diet with vitamin and nutrient rich super-foods or supplements to ensure your pets continued growth and maintenance.

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