Ingredient Statement: Ground turkey with bone, heart, liver, and gizzard.
- Antibiotic and hormone-free. Fed an all-vegetarian diet.
- Includes 75% muscle meat, 10% bone, and 15% organs.
- No fillers, binders, or synthetics are added.
- View our website on Raw Feeding Guidance
- Ideal for new raw feeders because it provides the foundational ingredients of a raw diet – muscle meat, bone, and organs.
- This recipe was formulated to provide a natural source of amino acids, calcium, phosphorus, vitamins, and minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin B12, riboflavin, niacin, iron, and selenium.
- Turkey contains softer, more cartilaginous bone and will work well for the immediate transition from kibble to raw.
Resources: SELF Nutrition Data.
Handling Instructions: Keep frozen. Defrost roll in the refrigerator and feed within 48 hours. Store excess in an airtight container and keep it refrigerated. Do not keep refrigerated for more than 48 hours.
Sylvie Kuchma (verified owner) –
turkey is our girl’s favorite raw protein, she would not eat this at all! when she finally did licked it, she did so once and that was it. I went and smelled her food after that and it smelled horrid, like spoiled rotten meat!! Then i remembered the 2 rolls of this was not even frozen when we got it and nothing else in box was unfrozen at all so i do question wether these were bad before being shipped out or went bad during shipment since they were not frozen and only two small gel packs were in box. I froze the other when we got box and defrosted it today and sure enough it smells like death too.. oddly the meat overall really doesn’t look spoiled so perhaps one of the add-ins were bad. who knows but, i won’t be able to bring myself to order this again that is for sure, that smell is hard to get out of your mind.. She did LOVE all the other PMR grinds we got to try out, especially the duck one.
february557 (verified owner) –
I just gave my allergic pup this last night. No odor and she loved it.
amekebaptiste (verified owner) –
I buy this monthly for my dogs, never had an issue with spoiled meat smell. I think some people forget this is more than ground turkey meat in this mix, there’s heart, liver & gizzards which does give it more of smell than the ground turkey you’d buy at the grocery store. I gave 4 stars instead of 5 because occasional I will get a slightly freezer burnt tube of meat, no big deal, the dogs could care less & still chow down on it! Also, never had a problem with severe melting of product during shipping, in July or August, I may get a couple tubes of meat with slightly thawed ends but its to be expected when it’s 85 degrees out. I put them into the freezer, refreeze & never had an issue.
Jacqui Munoz (verified owner) –
My dogs love this stuff. Never have digestive issues, and they always want to eat. Great for my pitbull that has protein allergies.
Lauren (verified owner) –
This is my cat’s main dish, I never have any problems with her on this. I also use it for dog. It seems a bit bone dence so I usually use a portion of it with other muscle meats and their stools are not as clalky.
kismet434 (verified owner) –
I like the turkey PMR because this makes a quick meal for my dogs. I typically feed a BARF diet so when I use this PMR mix I add in my veggie blend and some oil. I do think this blend is more bone content that my dogs are accustomed to, so I do add a bit of plain ground turkey to their meals when I feed this. It’s a great price point and I still have a couple rolls in my freezer waiting to be used.