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Our portions of both our Complete and Balanced Meals, and our Complementary Meals, are produced as individual sausages – approximately 100 grams frozen weight each – containing the following Base ingredients: Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Lamb, Salmon, Ostrich and / or Venison.

For us to compile a specific meal plan for your pet, please click on the BUTTON below and provide us with the information requested. We will get back to you with the meal plan and a quote.

Complete and Balanced Meals

  • 1. Gourmet Gobble: V29890
  • Base ingredients plus Rabbit and Celery

  • 2. Country Classic: V29887
  • Base ingredients plus Venison, Thyme and Mixed Vegetables

  • 3. Country Cuisine: V29888
  • Base ingredients plus Medley of Mixed Vegetables

  • 4. Champions Choice: V29889
  • Base ingredients plus additional Chicken and Italian Parsley

Complementary Meals

  • Remmi’s Grub – No Beef
  • Chicken, rabbit, turkey, duck, and/or ostrich

  • Phoephe’s Pheast – No Chicken No Beef
  • Lamb, rabbit, turkey, duck, salmon, venison and/or ostrich

  • Chicken Neck Muffins
  • Minced Chicken Neck meal

  • Rabbit Muffins
  • Minced Rabbit meal

Raw Meaty Bone Meals

These products should be used as an alternative – in the equivalent weight - to the above meals once or twice a week – depending on availability

  • Chicken necks
  • Ostrich tails
  • Duck necks
  • Turkey necks
  • Smoked pork bones
  • Ostrich kneecaps
  • Turkey wings

Treats

Biscuits – Assorted flavours in 200 gram packets: All preservative and gluten free

Liver, Salmon, Peanut butter (Xylitol free and organic) & Banana, Cranberry & Apple, Bacon and Cheese, Butternut & Parsley

  • Mutt Munchies
  • 150 grams of dried liver

  • Puppalami Sticks
  • 150 grams of “Droe wors”

  • Tracheas
  • 2 per pack

  •  We recommend a balanced combination of all our meal options for optimum variety and enjoyment for your pet.
  •  Our products are regularly tested by a registered laboratory and are Salmonella free.

Why Chefs4Pets

  • International award-winning Chef preparing your pet’s meals – also worked under Ruben Riffle and Gordon Ramsay
  • Human grade produce used to make raw diet
  • Easy to feed, individual portions in an edible casing
  • Easy to follow feeding guide and expert advice
  • No added grains, starches, chemicals, additives or “undocumented” ingredients
  • Reduced carbon footprint due to the raw nature of our food
  • Suitable for all breeds and ages
  • Easy to serve individual ±100g sausages

Benefits Of A Pet Raw Diet

  • Improved level of activity and more resilient immune system
  • Enhanced digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Decrease in volume and odour of stools

How To Make The Change To A Raw Food Diet

  • Switch immediately or phase in
  • If your dog eats everything and has a resilient constitution (as most dogs do), simply do a complete switch, but only feed 8 to 12 hours after their last kibble meal. No treats in-between
  • Alternatively, introduce the raw diet slowly, by adding some of the raw food to the existing meal, slowly increasing the ratio of raw food to kibble. Complete the switch within 3 days

Safe Handling And Thawing Guide

  • Common sense should prevail when handling raw meat. You do this all the time preparing a family meal, so it should not be something new to you.
  • Keep all meals frozen, until ready to thaw and feed
  • Thaw food in the refrigerator the day before feeding. Use an airtight container to prevent odour and contamination of other foods in the fridge.
  • A quick thaw should only be done in cold water
  • Never cook or microwave the raw meal