Natural raw dog food that puts a spring in their step!

A healthy dog is a happy dog, and raw dog food recipes are a fantastic way to encourage better digestive health and boost your dog’s wellbeing. Whether you’ve got an old dog or have welcomed a puppy into your home, here is some advice about using raw dog food for treats and other recipes.

Raw Dog Food For Treats And Other Recipes

Benefits Of Raw Dog Food

There are plenty of benefits to using raw dog food over other types of dog food. But the ones you should be most concerned about are: 

  • Better joint and bone health 
  • Improved immune system
  • A softer, shinier coat
  • Enhanced dental health and hygiene
  • Less odor from poop and gas
  • Less body odor

Using raw dog food recipes to design the cornerstone of your dog’s diet and using it for treats will ensure your dog enjoys all of these benefits.

Treats And Other Recipes

Combining Minced Foods

Minced foods, such as our Standard Minced Lamb is an excellent place to start. Minced foods serve as a super baseline for any recipe. The prep work is minimal, and you can combine this with a part of our Albion Country Bowl Chunky Range and a treat. Our raw dog treats include Beef Tails and Chicken Breasts, among others, which can form a solid part of your dog’s daily diet.

Something Chewy

If you have a puppy, you know how much they love to chew, so anything from the Air Dried Treat range can do wonders for developing their teeth (and stop them from nibbling you while you’re playing!) As they develop you can also include a raw bone (with supervision) once a week.

All Around Quality

We also offer our Complete Range that includes everything your dog could need for a healthy diet. This includes Albion Country Bowl Complete Adult Beef, Chicken, Turkey, and Complete Puppy Beef and Chicken to give your dog the full variety of nutrients and vitamins.

These products are best for feeding once or twice every day, depending on the size of your dog, while including raw bones and Air Dried Treats can give them a little snack several times each week. 

Things To Remember

Digestive Issues

Digestive issues can occur for a range of reasons. One of the most common causes is a sudden and drastic change to their diet. Even with the best intentions, owners can put their dogs at risk of discomfort and digestive problems by changing their diet immediately. To avoid this, you need to wean them off their current food and onto raw dog food. This allows your dog to develop familiarity with the food and is best done over a period of 7 to 10 days. 

Spotting digestive problems in your dog is easy, and it can even be distressing if you’re not sure what is happening. Look out for vomiting, sluggishness, and diarrhoea.

Human Food That Is Bad For Your Dog

Many people consider their dog a convenient way to get rid of food scraps from the table. However, some human foods are bad for your dog, and this can put them at risk. Chocolate and garlic are two common ingredients that can harm your dog, so look for raw dog treats and design recipes that do not include these.

Delicious Treats Today

Raw dog food can do wonders for your dog, and Albion Meat Products has a wide range of raw meals that you can introduce to your dog’s diet to boost digestive health and overall wellbeing.


We have put together a guide as to what foods to include in her diet during the gestation period and after the birth that can help your dog have a full and healthy litter.

Raw Ingredients Used In Our Raw Meals

We offer a wide choice of meat and fish varieties in our meals, along with fruit and vegetables. Find out more information about the health benefits of these raw ingredients.