What we feed our furry family members matters.
That's why My Perfect Pet products are prepared with gently cooked boneless, skinless meat, fish and poultry. We use only highest quality ingredients like fresh, raw vegetables and cranberries and portion each batch into individually wrapped bars for nutritional value, convenience and flavor. One taste and we believe your perfect pet will agree!
Our blends are formulated to be nutritionally complete if fed exclusively. They can also be mixed with other food to add real meat, fresh whole food nutrition, and delicious taste to other diets.
Explore our products below and discover the right blend for your pawed pal.
Read more about How We Make Our Food. Explore our AAFCO nutrient profiles.
Standard Blend Dog Food
Each of our standard blends provides complete and balanced nutrition for your pet. We only use fresh foods that will boost your dog's health and longevity—never fillers or other processed ingredients.
Formulas are based on AAFCO nutrient profiles, and our products are available in a variety of protein options with and without grains. Leave the prep work to us – all you have to do is thaw and serve!
Knight's Beef Grain Free Blend
Does your furry kid need to shed a few extra pounds? Knight's Blend is ideal for beef loving dogs who need to trim down or maintain an optimal weight. Our formula is made with tasty lean beef and loaded with fresh, nutrient rich vegetables to support your dog's healthy and happy lifestyle.
Buckaroo Puppy Chicken & Beef Blend
If your dog is in the family way, she'll need to up her calorie intake to ensure a healthy litter of playful pups. Buckaroo Blend is specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of pregnant or nursing dogs.
Plus, this blend will continue to nourish pups as they grow from little buckaroos into healthy adult dogs.
Roxy’s Lamb & Beef Grain Free Blend
Is your dog always raring to go? Roxy's Blend is formulated to provide the best in performance nutrition for your canine athlete. This grain free blend is made with lamb and beef and delivers a slightly higher fat content for smaller or more active dogs, who benefit from a richer diet. Your dog will flip for these bars!
Snuggles Chicken & Rice Blend
If you're cooking chicken and rice for your dog, our Snuggles Blend offers a homemade alternative for busy pet parents and the peace of mind knowing they are getting a perfectly complete and balanced diet. Our chicken and rice formula is especially designed for dogs who require a leaner diet or who have sensitivities to other animal proteins. This blend includes whole foods and essential vitamins and minerals for a holistic approach to your dog's health.
Boomer's Chicken & Beef Blend
Whether it's time for your pup to grow up or you have an older dog who needs a more bland diet, Boomer's Blend is versatile enough to supply all the nutrients your dog needs. Our high-quality chicken and beef formula will help your kids meet their high-energy demands and changing dietary needs.
Whole grain brown rice is a healthy choice for dogs with intestinal and anal gland issues. Plus, it's easy on the digestive system, making it a smart choice for dogs with sensitive stomachs and those who suffer from environmental allergies.
Hunter’s Turkey & Wild Salmon Grain Free Blend
If your kids struggle with food related allergies to grains or beef, it's time for dietary action! Hunter's Blend, our signature formula, is grain free and packed with high quality protein and fresh vegetables to give your dog more energy and better digestive health.
Specialty Blend Dog Food
Is your veterinarian recommending a custom diet unique to your pet's specific condition? Each of our specialty blends are tailored to meet the specific health needs of your dog, using only the ingredients recommended by your health care professional. We use the same high quality ingredients that are easy to digest, which helps your pet get the most out of every meal.
With proper diet and nutrition, you can better address your pet's specific health issues. Leave the prep work to us – all you have to do is thaw and serve!
Personal Care Blends
Labeled in some states as Low Glycemic Blends
When your furry kid needs a diet extremely low in carbohydrates or with a lower calculated glycemic load, our Low Glycemic Blends are a great dietary choice. Choose from our Chicken, Beef or Turkey blends. These Personal Care formulas include lean meats and nutrient rich vegetables, like broccoli and green beans. By eating the right diet, your dog will feel better, have more energy, and live longer.
Low Phosphorus Blends
While phosphorus is an essential nutrient, dogs with certain health conditions can benefit from lower levels of phosphorus. Our Low Phosphorus Blend is specially formulated for adult dogs whose veterinarian has recommended a diet lower in phosphorus, linoleic acid, and chloride. It provides highly digestible protein and proper nutrition for dogs on limited diets without sacrificing the delicious taste your dog craves.
Low Phosphorus Lamb & Rice Blend
Low Phosphorus Pork Blend
Thawing and Serving
Individual food bars are convenient for thawing and serving. We recommend thawing before serving to avoid any chance of your pet trying to swallow frozen pieces and possibly choking. The bars are best thawed in the refrigerator. However, if you find that it’s feeding time before the bars are thawed, you can do one of the following:
- Place a sealed bar in a bowl of warm water for a few minutes until thawed.
- We do not recommend microwaving. However, the plastic wrap is BPA-free and microwave-safe, the bars may be microwaved for a few seconds on DEFROST setting. DO NOT OVERHEAT!!! Test the temperature before serving to ensure there is no risk of burning your pet’s mouth.
Once thawed, food bars may be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 days (depending on the temp of your refrigerator). Thawed bars may be refrozen without affecting the nutrition. Keep in mind refreezing does not reset the clock – if it was thawed in the refrigerator for 3 days, it will be day #4 when you thaw it again and it should be consumed that day.
Daily Feeding Amounts for Dogs
Feeding instructions are based on average daily amounts for healthy, normally active dogs. Dogs with higher metabolisms or that are more active may require slightly higher amounts, and pets with slower metabolisms or that are less active may require slightly less.
We recommend feeding according to the pet’s IDEAL weight, not what they do weigh or would like to weigh! Because they love the delicious taste of baked meat and fresh whole food so much more, pet parents often interpret begging for more food as a sign of insufficient feeding. The best way to ensure proper feeding is to monitor your pet’s weight – this can easily be done without a scale by running your hand down the rib cage. You should feel a slight layer of fat over the ribs. Feeling nothing but the layer of fat is a sign that they are overweight. Feeling only bones indicates they should gain weight. Either way, feeling according to their IDEAL weight will ensure they get the nutrients they need and the right amount of caloric energy.
Note About Senior/Older Dogs
As dogs age, their systems become less efficient at digesting certain foods, and may require fewer calories as their metabolisms slow. Many companies offer senior or “lite” dog foods containing higher levels of non-digestible ingredients, or fillers, forcing their systems to work harder to digest and absorb nutrients. It is far better to keep them on a fresh whole food diet that is more easily digestible and packed with natural nutrients, and feed slightly less if they begin to put on excess weight.
Daily Feeding Amounts for Puppies and Gestating/Lactating Moms
Feeding instructions are based on average daily amounts for gestating or lactating moms and growing puppies. Puppies or moms with higher metabolisms or that are more active may require slightly higher amounts, while those with slower metabolisms or are less active may require slightly less. Younger puppies in their most active growth state may require a daily amount closer to 1 bar for every 10 lbs of their ideal weight, while older puppies nearing their transition to adult blends will probably require a daily amount closer to 1 bar for every 20 lbs of their ideal weight. Regardless of age, metabolism and activity levels may vary and may affect the actual feeding amount to maintain ideal weight.
We recommend feeding according to the pet’s current IDEAL weight, not what they do weigh or would like to weigh! Because they love the delicious taste of baked meat and fresh whole food so much more, pet parents often interpret begging for more food as a sign of insufficient feeding. The best way to ensure proper feeding is to monitor your pet’s weight – this can easily be done without a scale by running your hand down the rib cage. You should feel a slight layer of fat over the ribs. Feeling nothing but the layer of fat is a sign that they are overweight. Feeling only bones indicates they should gain weight. Either way, feeling according to their IDEAL weight will ensure they get the nutrients they need and the right amount of caloric energy.
As the puppies growth slows, they should be slowly transitioned to the adult feeding amounts. Once lactation ends, moms should be transitioned back to normal adult feeding amounts.
Transitioning to Fresh
When transitioning from dry food to fresh food, we recommend the following transition:
Most dogs can transition quickly and easily to fresh whole food, even with an overnight change. If your pet has an extremely sensitive digestive tract, we recommend slowing transition to 10% per day instead of 25%. After fully transitioning don’t be surprised to find your cleanup far easier and far less. Fresh whole food is more easily digested, and more of the nutrients being absorbed you will see less waste and cleanup.