Raw 4 Paws – Our Trusted Supplier

A natural, biologically appropriate raw food for dogs

Locally Sourced

Raw 4 Paws ® only sources locally grown fresh produce, herbs and Australian meats to assimilate, as close as possible, an evolutionary balanced raw diet for dogs & cats.

Australian Owned

Raw 4 Paws ® is Australian owned and their products are manufactured in Australia under Safe Food QLD accredited standards. Safe Food #119209-002

Value for Money

Raw 4 Paws ® offers an alternative convenient packaging style for all breeds, ages and budgets, in 5 nutritionally balanced meaty recipes. See below for our recipe guide.

How much Raw 4 Paws ® should I feed my dog every day?

A healthy adult dog needs to be fed about 2%-3% of their current body weight per day or if overweight then 2% of their desired bodyweight per day (feed 5% of current bodyweight per day for puppies under 4 months or 2-3% of the breed’s average adult bodyweight if over 4 months)

  • Smaller breed dogs generally burn more calories for their weight than larger breeds and have a faster metabolism so they will usually start at 3% of bodyweight per day. If you have a sedentary old dog 2% will be a good starting point
  • Monitor your dog’s weight and adjust up or down accordingly to maintain a constant healthy body weight Some adult dogs thrive one meal per day and others do better on two meals per day.
  • Puppies up until 6 months need 3 meals per day. Puppies 6-12 months require 2 meals per day. It is important for their bone growth and development especially while they are cutting teeth to make sure puppies are never underweight.

Raw 4 Paws Food Calculator

How old/active is your dog?

Select your dog's weight in kg

My dog is 15 kg

The above calculator is per DAY, NOT per MEAL and is an approximate guide based on the dog being in healthy weight range. It is a good starting point.

5 Delicious Recipes

Raw 4 Paws ® sources only Australian meats for all of their products.



Free range chicken is an excellent all-rounder and a good introduction to raw. Powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Suitable for dogs suffering from any kind of inflammation of the skin or joints.



Free range turkey including ground thigh bones. A popular choice for fussy eaters. Excellent poultry alternative with anti-inflammatory properties for dogs with known chicken allergies.



Select lean cuts of grass fed Australian lamb. Rich in omega 3 (ALA) , Taurine and CLA. Improves immune function, bone mass and maintains lean muscle. Ideal for puppies alternated with chicken.



Roo is free range and organic. Containing only 2 % fat, Roo is rich in protein and CLA. Ideal recipe for overweight or obese dogs. Unsuitable for growing puppies, pregnant or lactating mothers.



Beef in Raw 4 Paws is sourced from grass fed cattle, is high in protein and a rich source of iron, taurine. Beef is an excellent choice for puppies and healthy very active dogs such as racing greyhounds.

Raw4 Paws Ingredients Guide

Fresh Meat

– Leaner cuts of Australian human grade meat is used. Free range meats are selected where possible. Each recipe only contains meat, bone and organs from the one protein source. All meat is sourced fresh only from Australian human consumption facilities. Turkey and chicken recipes contain ground bone but lamb beef and roo do not contain ground bone as these bones are too hard so calcium is added instead to balance these recipes. We do not use bone meal or bone powder in our recipes as these powders contain bones from mixed species but predominantly beef and as we are strict about single protein for allergy dogs we avoid any other bones

Cod Liver Oil

An ideal source of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, as well as naturally occurring fat soluble vitamins A and Vitamin D. Oil sourced from cold water fish is the only source of these long chain fatty acids EPA and DHA, a fragile fatty acid that dogs need for healthy functioning cells.


Kelp is an excellent source of vitamin K, folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), pantothenic acid, iodine, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese, copper and zinc as well as being a source of Omega 3 & 6. It may aid in a healthy coat, colour and vitality.


10% of the recipe includes market fresh locally sourced produce including celery, spinach, and carrot. Loaded with natural real vitamins, minerals and live enzymes. Although fruit and veges are a lower priority for a wild carnivorous diet, they still play an important role for our domesticated dogs with regards to fibre for easy digestion and loaded with antioxidants required to help them deal with free radicals in the body caused by toxins in our environment. ie vaccination, chemicals in processed pet food, flea and tick treatment, shampoos, household cleaners, pesticides. These are all environmental poisons that their wild ancestors never had to worry about.


Less than 5 % of the recipe is made up of fresh fruit including skins from apples and pears sourced at local markets. The skins are an excellent source of non-soluble fibre while the pulp provides the necessary soluble fibre. Perfectly balanced by nature for a healthy GI tract as well as rich in live enzymes, anti-oxidants and essential vitamins in their purest form.

Coconut Oil

A rich source of Medium Chain Triglycerides with anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. Improves digestion and nutrient absorption. Regulates and balances insulin. Aids in arthritis or ligament problems. Reduces allergic reactions improving all skin conditions including yeast infections and hot spots. Helps with weight control. Eliminates bad breath and doggy odour.

Organic Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds Chia has 3 times the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids as salmon! Omega-3 is important to balance out Omega-6 fatty acids and promotes healthy: • Cells • Immune system • Skin and coat • Joints • Brain development and maintenance • Eye development and maintenance • Growth And it reduces inflammation too. Two tablespoons of chia seeds provide a 3 to 1 ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6. fatty acids Chia contains more calcium than whole milk, more iron than raw spinach and more magnesium than broccoli. Chia is non-allergenic too and an excellent source of phosphorus, potassium, copper, iron and zinc.