Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Applause for Raw Paws

   We recently won a bag of Raw Paws® Pet Food Green Tripe from our pal, Oz the Terrier. I had read really great reviews on their meats and treats from other raw feeders. If you are a regular visitor here on the Bayou, you know that I have been feeding the boys prepared raw food for several months. One of the problems that I have with raw feeding is finding a reliable source of proteins.
    This is one reason that I use a prepared recipe. It has the meat already in it. Now that I know Raw Paws, I can order the meals where I add my own source of protein. Bentley is on a “cool protein” diet which means that he should be eating mostly duck, rabbit and white fish. Have you ever tried to find duck or rabbit at a store? They have duck during the holidays, but they are daffy with their prices. (Get it…Daffy Duck!) Anyway, I was contacted by Raw Paws and asked if I’d like to try more of their products for a review. Bentley and Pierre were drooling at the offer.
RawPaws Beef Green Tripe package
Bentley: “Are you kidding? I had my paws crossed for more tripe. There isn’t much that I enjoy better than good old fashioned tripe. Sure, it smells kind of funky, but that is one of the things that I love about it. The minute that box was opened; I knew that we had ourselves a major score! My nose knows.”
Pierre: “Even my nose was twitching with anticipation. I sometimes have an upset tummy and eating grass is just so mundane. All of us cool millennium dogs go with green tripe for digestive issues. It also keeps you from worrying about having a blade of grass stuck between your teeth. That is a social disaster.”
Raw Paws Green Tripe with dogs in background
Bentley: “Maybe I should explain tripe. It is the stomach of a grazing animal such as cows, buffalo, and sheep. These animals’ stomachs have four chambers which break down grasses with digestive enzymes, gastric juices, and amino acids. If you’ve seen tripe in the grocery store, it was probably white. This is not what you want to feed your dog. No sir, you want the green tripe.”
Pierre: “You are preaching to the choir, my friend. Green tripe can save you money of expensive digestive enzymes and probiotics. Those same amazing substances are found in Raw Paws Green Tripe. Your best friend will get the most nutrition out of his meal because the body doesn’t have to use so much energy digesting. Those enzymes also purify and cleanse the blood along with removing toxins, parasites, and fungus. Nobody wants a fungus among us!”
Bentley: “That’s for sure. I could eat tripe for every meal, but we do need a rotational diet to maintain a healthy balance. The main thing is that I’ve never met a dog that didn’t LOVE it. Actually, Raw Paws Green Tripe really doesn’t smell that bad. Mom just has to be sure that she washes her hands after feeding us.”
Pierre: “I always offer to lick her hands clean, but for some reason she prefers soap and water. We are hoping that she orders Raw Paws Green Tripe in the freeze-dried, ground and patties. Let me add that to my Christmas list right away.”
Package of Raw Paws Duck Jerky
Bentley: “That’s an awesome idea. I’m going to add the Raw Paws Duck Jerky to my list. Seriously, did you taste these babies? They are gently roasted to perfection and contain one single ingredient, duck breast. You know that I’ve always been a breast man. Of course, the duck is all raised in the USA and are free from preservatives.”
Pierre: “I love that they are each about 4 – 6” with zero additives or coloring. The fact they are gluten and grain free makes these treats a win/win for me. Duck jerky is high in protein and low in fat. They are chocked full of vitamin B5, zinc, selenium and omega 3 fatty acids. Be sure to ask Santa to stuff our stocking with several 4 oz. bags!
Duck jerky with two dogs in background
Bentley: “We are howling the praises of Raw Paws Green Tripe and Duck Jerky. You should check them out for your dog or cat. If you’re interested in learning more about raw feeding, visit Raw Paws site. They have excellent resources for the newbie to the seasoned raw feeder.

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We received a bag of Raw Paws Green Tripe and Duck Jerky in exchange for an honest review. All of the opinions expressed are our own and were in no way influenced. Barking from the Bayou/mkclinton.com only share information that we feel will benefit our audience. Raw Paws Pet Food is not responsible for this article.
*Additional information on green tripe: Dogs Naturally Magazine
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26 comments :

  1. I've got to check out this tripe stuff!

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  2. YUM! Great stuff! Love their happy smile waiting for the treats! :D

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  3. Oh wow! Those sound awesome! The girls would like them!

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  4. I luffs tripe!!!! These sound pawfect fur me
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  5. We have been ordering lots of good treats and chews from Raw Paws in their bundle deals. We have a couple bags of the duck jerky in our treat jar right now, good stuff. The liver bites are really tasty, and the chicken chips too. Heck, all the stuff is to drool for!

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  6. What can we say except drool, drool... :)

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  7. Oh woof-hoo, you got your bag of Freeze-Dried Green Tripe! I am so glad you both enjoyed it and you are right, it is so healthy for you! I haven't tried their Duck Jerky yet but I have been thinking about it for my next order so your review came right on time!
    Oz

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  8. Ohhh yummy!!! My pups have had tripe once, and they absolutely loved it!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  9. Win for not smelling bad!! I know that is what our pups like but me not so much.

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  10. Way to score, guys! Yum, yum. Sam is giving me the stink eye for not getting him some now. ;)

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  11. Is green tripe good/safe/even needed for feline family members? I know that are such a different animal and many products and fords can be bad or unsafe for kitty; though safe and even beneficial to doggy health. Thanks. Tess and Mr Kitty. (unable to find suitable name for my little friend)

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    1. Hello Tess and Mr. Kitty! Yes, tripe is good for cats. You can always contact Raw Paws resource page, https://www.rawpawspetfood.com/raw-feeding-resources-s/280.htm. Here is more information on green tripe for cats: http://ivcjournal.com/raw-green-tripe/ I hope that this will help answer your questions. Thanks for visiting today.

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  12. Mom is kinda gagging but me and Stanley are drooling!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  13. Hmmm, that raw food sounds delicious. We're eating Nude Food for the next month. :)

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  14. Sounds good! Mmmmm! Doggy delicious!

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  15. Don't know about the tripe but my gang would love the duck jerky.

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  16. Our Mom doesn't care much fur the smell of Tripe... butt... We like it... and this stuffs you are talking about must be GRRRRRReat... It is fur SURE good fur us.
    Darn... that Daffy Duck pun of yours was Super too...

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  17. It sounds yummy too us, but not so much to mom
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & mabel

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  18. It sounds yummy too us, but not so much to mom
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & mabel

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  19. Tim and Hank haven't tried tripe yet. Bentley and Pierre sure look to be excited about it.

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  20. We're glad they liked it. We've been trying to eat more raw (prepared kind) too.

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  21. That's what I'm talking about yum-eeeee
    Lily & Edward

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