Raw feeding is heavy. Seriously. Each of my dogs typically eat anywhere from 2-3 pounds of food. Per day. Each. Let that sink in...
Some dogs eat more than that. Smaller dogs eat less.
Many people travel with their dogs. In fact, over 18 million Americans will travel with their pets this year. Independence Day falls on a Saturday this year, and many folks will spend the holiday weekend camping with their dogs.
Traveling with a raw fed dog or raw feeding while camping typically involves lugging a heavy cooler full of meat, and trying to keep it sufficiently cold, or purchasing meat on the go at grocery stores. Neither is very convenient, both in terms of time and effort. One doesn't want to lug large amounts of raw meat with them, or spend precious leisure time in the grocery store each day.
Bravo Homestyle Completes are balanced meals containing freeze-dried raw meat, vegetables and cranberries. Once rehydrated with warm water, a 3 ounce bag makes 1 pound of food!
|Waiting on dinner...|
After it's rehydrated, it smells like beef stew! Made me hungry. My dogs, even picky Neeko, love them.
Bravo Homestyle Complete Dinners are shelf stable, and easily portable. They (along with raw fresh meat) ensure adequate hydration in a dog, due to the high moisture content. Traveling can be stressful for a dog, and increase their metabolic rate. So keeping them well-hydrated is important.
Bravo Homestyle Complete can be fed anywhere. Inside, outside, in a tent, in a hotel, in a camper. Anywhere.
They are super convenient, easy to prepare, high quality raw meals. What's not to like? They can be used as a complete meal, a snack/treat, or as a kibble topper for those looking to add a bit of raw/less processed food to their dog's diet.
Ditch the dog food cooler and pick up some Bravo Homestyle Complete the next time you travel with your raw fed dog!
This post was sponsored by Bravo Pet Foods. All opinions are my own.