Our dogs share 98.8% of their DNA with wolves. Wolves in the wild hunt then eat their prey...ALL of their prey...the muscle, sinew, bone and even the organs. Just like wolves in the wild, our dogs are carnivores that thrive on a diet that includes the nutrients found in ALL of the prey.
The meat of vital organs contains many essential nutrients that are either found in low levels or not found at all in muscle meat. This makes organ meat a vital part of our dogs' diets. In the wild, carnivores will usually feed on the organs of their prey first because they are nutritious and packed with flavor. This ancestral raw diet contains everything our dogs need to live the healthiest, longest lives possible.