What's the difference between all the ranges?
ORIGINAL: This is our longest serving product range. It's wet food made with different protein sources such as chicken, duck, turkey, lamb and ocean fish blended with brown rice, vegetables and botanical herbs.
GRAIN FREE: This was introduced for those dogs that may be sensitive to grains. Based on the wet food formula we use for the Original range, we swap out the brown rice and replace it with sweet potato.
MIXER: This is a hypoallergenic dry kibble that can be added to the Original and Grain Free ranges to boost fibre and prebiotics. Great for aiding sensitive digestive systems.
RAW MADE EASY: This is a cold pressed dry kibble. A blend of chicken or fish, sweet potatoes, pure vegetables and botanical herbs gently pressed at low temperatures preserving the integrity and nutritional values of all the ingredients. As convenient as dry food and as nutritious as raw. Raw feeding without the fuss!
Why do you include salmon oil in your recipes?
We use salmon oil to promote beautiful skin and glossy coats. It's also a great source of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.
What are omega 3 and 6 fatty acids?
These are found in all balanced and optimal diets and are called essential fatty acids. They have a number of health benefits which include aiding in healthy cell renewal and maintaining optimum brain and nerve function.
Why do you use glucosamine and chondroitin?
For the same reasons humans take it! Glucosamine and chondroitin are natural anti-inflammatories and aid in joint mobility.
Do you use any artificial colours or preservatives in your recipes?
The simple answer is no! All Nature's Harvest products are 100% natural and hypoallergenic.
What size are your products available in?
The Original and Grain Free ranges come in boxes of 10 trays. Each tray weighs 395g. The Hypoallergenic Mixer comes in either 3kg or 10kg bags. The 'Raw Made Easy' Cold Pressed dog food is available in 1kg bags.
What is the shelf life of your products?
Our products have a shelf life of between 12 and 18 months depending on which range you choose.