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Steve's Real Food for Pets

Steve's Real Food logoSteve’s Real Food for Pets is a frozen raw diet for dogs and cats made from 100% human quality, unprocessed, fresh, ingredients. They were the first raw food diet sold in the USA and are the number one selling raw diet.

All of Steve’s formulas consist of three parts; muscle and organ meat (60% for dogs, 81% for cats), fruits and vegetables (38% for dogs, 15% for cats), and a special blend of modern “functional foods” and nutrients such as vitamin E, sardines, anchovies, flaxseed oil, and kelp etc. for optimal balance and nutrition (2% for dogs, 4% for cats). Steve’s Real Food for Pets meets all of the nutritional requirements for dogs and cats currently identified by AAFCO (American Association of Feed Control Officials).

Steve’s comes in three formulas for dogs; Chicken, Beef and Turkey and one formula for cats; Chicken with Salmon. The meat components are 100% hormone-free, human quality and are mixed with 100% pesticide free raw vegetables and fruits. These ingredients are formed into delicious morsels which are then instantly flash frozen to seal in all the freshness and nutrition.

The manner in which Steve’s prepares this food, small nuggets about the size of a Tater Tot, is brilliant. They defrost quickly and you can determine how much to feed your pet by counting nuggets, measuring in a cup, or weighing. The dog food is available in 2.5lbs or 10lbs bags and the cat food is available in 2.5lbs bags.

Steve’s can either be fed 100%as the sole diet or just occasionally. Even if you only feed Steve’s three times a week, your pet will benefit. Feeding Steve’s as our dog’s primary diet costs us approximately $1.50/day to feed our 50lbs Golden Retriever and $0.33/day to feed our 10lbs Cairn Terrier. Since all dogs are different your costs may vary.

Green Acres offers a frequent buyer program on Steve’s products where after you purchase twelve bags, you will receive the thirteenth bag free.

The four Steve’s diets and their ingredients are listed below.

Formula

Ingredients

Chicken Canine Diet

Ground chicken (including bone), broccoli, romaine lettuce, carrots, cantaloupe, chicken livers, chicken gizzards, rice bran, flaxseed, egg shell powder, sardine oil, anchovies oil, dicalcium phosphate, dried kelp, sea salt, extract of chicory, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, rosemary extract.

Turkey Canine Diet

Ground turkey, turkey necks, celery, lettuce, peppers, watermelon, turkey hearts, turkey livers, rice bran, flax seed, sardine oil, anchovies oil, garlic, egg shell powder, dried kelp, extract of chicory, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, rosemary extract.

Beef Canine Diet

Beef, beef hearts, broccoli, romaine lettuce, carrots, apples, beef kidneys, beef livers, cooked bonemeal, flaxseed, rice bran, safflower oil, sardine oil, anchovies oil, dried kelp, extract of chicory, sea salt, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, rosemary extract, vitamin E.

Chicken & Salmon Feline Diet

Ground chicken, chicken breast frames, broccoli, chicken livers, chicken gizzards, cooked salmon, cantaloupe, egg shell powder, bonemeal powder, rice bran, flaxseed, sardine oil, anchovies oil, safflower oil, dried kelp, sea salt, taurine, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, manganese proteinate, copper proteinate, vitamin E.

What Our Pets Think

We started feeding our dogs Steve’s Real Food for Pets in December of 2001 when we started selling Steve’s in the store. Initially we fed them dry dog food in the morning and Steve’s in the evening. In 2003 we decided to feed them a 100% raw diet and now they are primarily fed Steve’s and Farmore. We feed a raw diet centered on Steve’s because our research indicates this type of diet is the healthiest for our dogs.

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To Learn More

Stop by the store and talk to our knowledgeable staff about Steve’s Real Food for Pets or check their web site at www.stevesrealfood.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated July 29, 2009
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July 29, 2009