Stir & Boom

Give your pup something to cheer (er...bark) about. Our Raw Homemade dog food contains the raw ingredients that dogs were meant to eat and enjoy. And you don’t have to go hunting in the woods for it. Simply add water, stir and BOOM! Full meal. Yay!

Stir & Boom

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REAL, HEALTHY INGREDIENTS

“Oh hey, Jeff! Thanks for coming to our barbecue! I’m just throwing some steaks on the grill right now, ” said no coyote ever. Why? Because coyotes, wolves, and any other distant relative of our pal, the domesticated dog, never eat anything cooked or processed. They hunt and forage for their food, then eat it sans flame. Raw Raw Lamb Boom Ba contains the same type of raw, natural ingredients that dogs were meant to eat and enjoy. And you didn’t have to go crossbow hunting in the woods for it. Add water, and boom! Full meal. Be prepared to get lots of high fives. In the leg. With a tail.

MINIMALLY PROCESSED:

Freeze dried meats and gently dehydrated whole fruits and vegetables

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NO FILLERS, ALL LOVE:

No GMO protein or produce, no by-product meals, wheat, corn, soy, rice, artificial preservatives, flavors or colors

PROTEIN RICH:

Up to 32% protein with the first ingredient always free-range or Cage-free meat

ALWAYS GRAIN FREE:

Nutrient-rich split peas and sweet potatoes instead of grains

NO COMPROMISING

We create only the highest quality products because we love keeping your pets healthy. Our products are formulated to include the optimal combination of complete, whole-food nutrition, and premium ingredients. It’s seriously awesome pet food, fur real.

WHAT FOOD FOR MY DOG?

Use our food finder to find the perfect food for your dog! Be prepared to get lots of high fives. In the leg. With a tail. We also make grain free + raw food, and healthy chews + treats. Everything a well-rounded pet needs, minus a tummy rub. We're still trying to figure out how to put that in a package.