Raw Woof Mix Dog Food Review

If you want to feed your dog real fresh meat (from the butcher or supermarket), but you’re scared of feeding a raw diet and getting it wrong, then Raw Woof Mix is a fantastic solution.

As a “Meal Completer”, you simply add Raw Woof Mix to boneless muscle meat and voila – fully balanced raw!

How great is that?

No need for a big freezer full of meat and organs, no need for time consuming 6am meal preps, and it’s easy to offer your dog a variety of meat proteins!

Raw Woof Mix Review

What the marketing says

Raw Woof Mix is made by Raw Meow, a Perth-based company who have become very well known when it comes to raw feeding carnivorous cats.

I’ve been a fan of Raw Meow for many years, for one simple reason – it’s much healthier for a cat than pretty much every commercial cat food out there. You have to wonder why cat foods are made from so much grain and grain-free alternatives, when cats as obligate carnivores won’t benefit from those inappropriate foods.

I consider dogs much more “carnivore” than “omnivore”, or “facultative carnivore” if you want my true belief, and you’ll be happy to know the Raw Woof meal completer fits that belief perfectly.

Here’s what the marketing on the packet says:

  • All Life Stages – Because the recipe contains all the required nutrients no matter the life stage of your dog. Raw Woof meets the bar across the board.
  • No fillers, No additives, No flow agents or thickeners – Which is great, because your dog doesn’t need any of that rubbish.
  • Meets AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) standards for all life stages – This assures you the food will be “complete and balanced” with all the nutrition your dog needs.
  • Australian Made & Owned – And we love to support genuine Australian businesses, don’t we?

The 500g packet states it will make 100 meals. You’ll have to factor in the cost of muscle meat, but hey – you’ll be feeding your dog a top notch diet.

One thing I say about all air dried, freeze dried, BARF, wet, canned, or even kibble diets – they don’t do much for keeping your dog’s teeth clean. My 8 year old dog and 14 year old cat have impeccable teeth, and I attribute that to raw meaty bones in their diet.

What the ingredients really say

Let’s take a look at the ingredients of the Raw Meow Mix…

Freeze dried Australian lamb liver, dried Australian egg yolk, calcium carbonate (source of calcium), NZ green-lipped mussel powder, kelp, pumpkin, spinach, choline, sesame seed, sea salt, blueberries, taurine, zinc, iron, manganese, vitamin E, copper, vitamin K, thiamine, vitamin B6, vitamin D3, selenium yeast.

The first ingredient will of course be whatever meat you choose to add to the mix – fresh chicken, lamb, beef, fish, or whatever you choose.

With decades of brainwashing from the pet food industry we tend to forget how simple it is to feed our dogs, and how their diet should be mostly meat.

The Raw Woof meal completer simply fills in the blanks – nutritious liver, wonderfully nutritious egg yolks, and a range of vitamins and minerals.

Green lipped mussel is always a great addition to your dog’s diet, supporting wellbeing and joint health.

The addition of calcium, kelp, pumpkin, spinach, and sesame seeds all serve to round off the nutrition with real foods.

With Raw Woof Mix being freeze dried, you also benefit from a really long shelf life. So even if you don’t feed this all the time, it’s a great addition to your dog’s diet.

Where to buy?

Raw Woof Mix is available to buy direct from RawMeow.com.au.

Raw Woof Mix 15g Sample Packs
Raw Woof Mix 15g Sample Packs

If you don’t want to invest in a 500g pack just yet, there are 15g sample packs available.

Ingredients

The ingredients of the Raw Woof Mix (Meal Completer) are as follows:

Freeze dried Australian lamb liver, dried Australian egg yolk, calcium carbonate (source of calcium), NZ green-lipped mussel powder, kelp, pumpkin, spinach, choline, sesame seed, sea salt, blueberries, taurine, zinc, iron, manganese, vitamin E, copper, vitamin K, thiamine, vitamin B6, vitamin D3, selenium yeast.

Typical Analysis

The typical analysis of Raw Woof Mix (Meal Completer) are as follows:

Protein67%
Fat17%
Crude Fibre1.6%
CarbohydratesNegligible.

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9.3 Total Score
Raw Woof Dog Food Review

The Raw Woof Mix is a great option if you want to transition to raw feeding but you're worried about giving your dog a complete and balanced diet. As a meal completer, you simply add Raw Woof Mix to fresh muscle meat of your choosing and this completes the meal with all the required nutrients your dog needs.

David D'Angelo

David D'Angelo has worked as a scientist since graduating with a BSc (Hons) in 2000. In addition, David holds a CPD accredited Diploma in Pet Nutrition as well as being CPD accredited VSA (Veterinary Support Assistant). However, his experience and involvement in the pet food industry for 15+ years has given true insight into pet food, formulations, science, research, and pet food marketing. Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Pinterest

1 Comment
  1. Hi there
    Raw Woof Dog food mix is great, so easy just buy whatever mince meat etc your dog’s prefer, add the mix and water and watch your dog’s enjoy their dinner and have energy for zoomies. Approved by Chilli, Izzy and Speckles. My cat’s also get the Raw Meow mixed in with other food.

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