Feed This, Inc!

'Cause dogs can't cook & cats won't!

Happy Summer

We would like to thank our loyal clients for hanging in with us through these unusual times. We hope everyone (human and otherwise) is healthy and happy.

We continue to have a "new client" waiting list and are taking on limited new clients. If you wish to be on the waiting list fill out the questionnaire on this site to hold your spot.

Our new freezers (yes...2 of them) have arrived. They are being set up over the next few weeks. Our plans to expand are finally happening now! We expect to be fully ready to go in the next coming months.

We have unfortunately not had time to keep up with pricing on the website. Current clients should always email us for most recent prices. We do continue to strive to be as competitive as possible, even with supply chain challenges.

Thanks again.

Have a Great Dane! :)


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Why feed your pets boring, bland, dry kibble which really isn't healthy?

To place and order please fill out our questionnaire.

The questionnaire will provide us with the information required

to give you feeding recommendations and a price quote.


Feeding a natural diet is our obsession - We believe that everyone, regardless of finances or busy schedules, can make a natural raw diet work for them.

Animals have been living in harmony with humans throughout history. Dogs and cats were domesticated thousands of years ago. They were companions, protectors, and hunters. What did they eat? Raw meat, bones, organs and some vegetation. That is the diet of wild dogs and cats.

Commercial food (called kibble) was introduced about in the 1940's, mainly to help large kennels feed animals faster and to provide food for military dogs. Since then the Kibble industry has boomed. You can find every flavor on the market, as well as special diets for various ailments.

Today commercial kibble is the norm, not the raw meat, bones and other nutrients that sustain a healthy pet. In just 60 years how could they have adapted to this new diet? A better question might be why are veterinary clinics so busy these days with so many diseased animals?


Read our article from the April, 2010 issue of A Dog's Life's newsletter

Read about Feed This in the Nov 1, 2000 issue of Press Democrat

Feed This, Inc!
Is located in beautiful Sebastopol in
Sonoma County California
at P.O. Box 687
Forestville Ca, 95436
Email: Info@FeedThis.com