Being omnivores, dogs thrive on both meat and plant food sources. We believe that high quality locally sourced meat (muscle and organ) should be the first ingredient in cooked dog food.
We include fresh vegetables and fruits, and high quality grains like organic spelt, barley, brown rice and oats to provide fermentable fibres. Finding the right balance of these ingredients and making sure the ingredients are of the highest quality are key to providing a high quality cooked dog food.
Looking for a tasty and nutritious treat to spoil your furry friend? Look no further than beef patties! Packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals, beef patties are a delicious way to support your dog’s muscle growth and repair, while preventing anemia with the iron-rich content.
Not only are they a convenient meal option, but they’re also a surefire way to show your pooch some love.
In search for a mouth-watering and healthy meal option for your furry friend? Loaded with protein, vitamins, and minerals, chicken patties can help support your dog’s overall health and wellbeing.
Plus, the lean nature of chicken can help maintain a healthy weight for your pup. Whether it’s for a special treat or a regular meal, chicken patties are a delicious and convenient option that your dog is sure to love.
Indulge yourdog with a delectable and nutritious meal of lamb patties! Lamb is a fantastic source of protein, essential amino acids, and B vitamins that are vital for your dog’s health.
Lamb is a hypoallergenic protein source that can be a great alternative for dogs with food sensitivities. So why not treat your pup to a delicious and satisfying meal with lamb patties?
Grass-fed beef (muscle and organ meat), Fresh eggs, Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Carrots, Rolled Oats, Water, Oat Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Spelt, Organic Barley Flour, Flour, Canola Oil, Marjoram, Carob Powder, Parsley, Ginger, Rosemary, Torula Yeast, Lecithin, Kelp, ground egg shells.
Deboned Chicken (muscle and organ meat), Fresh eggs, Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Carrots, Rolled Oats, Water, Oat Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Spelt, Organic Barley Flour, Flour, Canola Oil, Marjoram, Carob Powder, Parsley, Ginger, Rosemary, Torula Yeast, Lecithin, Kelp, ground egg shells.
Deboned Lamb (muscle and organ meat), Fresh eggs, Apples, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Carrots, Rolled Oats, Water, Oat Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Spelt, Organic Barley Flour, Flour, Canola Oil, Marjoram, Carob Powder, Parsley, Ginger, Rosemary, Torula Yeast, Lecithin, Kelp, ground egg shells.
Gently Cooked & Fresh
When dog food is cooked at high temperatures or for extended periods, it causes the breakdown of essential nutrients such as proteins and vitamins, making the food less beneficial for your pet.
Gently cooking, on the other hand, uses lower temperatures and shorter cooking times, which helps preserve the natural nutrients in the food.
Gentle cooking makes the food easier to digest, reducing the risk of stomach upset or digestive issues in dogs.
Overall, gently cooking dog food can provide a more nutritious and easily digestible meal for your pet, promoting their overall health and wellbeing.
Feeding patties to a dog is clean and easy – it eliminates the need for measuring, scooping, or portioning out dog food.
Patties are pre-formed and come in pre-measured portions, making feeding time quick and hassle-free. They can also be stored in the freezer, making them convenient for busy pet owners who want to save time on meal prep.
Furthermore, patties tend to be less messy than traditional forms of dog food such as kibble or wet food, as they are less likely to spill or scatter around the feeding area.
Having no fillers and preservatives in our patties ensures that dogs are getting the most nutritious and wholesome food possible. Fillers, such as corn or soy, are often used in dog food to bulk up the product and reduce costs.
However, these fillers offer little nutritional value and can cause digestive issues in some dogs. Similarly, preservatives are added to dog food to extend its shelf life, but many of these additives are artificial and have been linked to health problems in dogs, such as skin irritation, allergies, and digestive problems.
Our patties provide dogs with a nutrient-rich and wholesome diet that is less likely to contain harmful additives or artificial ingredients. Using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients ensures that the dog food is of the highest quality and is more likely to contain a range of essential vitamins and minerals that are important for canine health.
Additionally, using locally-sourced ingredients helps support the local economy and reduce the carbon footprint associated with transporting food over long distances.
Produced and Distributed Locally
Ingredients from local suppliers
Do you support small and local businesses? We do too!
Our ingredients are procured through Canadian companies and farmers, Ontario farmers and Ontario distributors who are small family businesses. Thus, the gasoline consumed to receive our ingredients is minimized.
Our distributors are already delivering other customer products and so we’re hitching a ride with them so-to-speak, instead of adding our own trucks to traffic. Because of this, our geographic reach is minimized. We do expand to new places, just slower.
We're Torontonians, we operate in Ontario area
We operate and manufacture out of 63 Mack Ave in Scarborough Ontario, but Farmly has its origins in a small town of Northumberland County called Grafton when it was called Bernhaven Barkery. Then, a young couple made these patties out of their garage and supplied local residents’ dogs the patties who had serious problems like skin conditions and diabetes and other major digestive issues. Issues with symptoms that could not be healed through traditional veterinarian means and were often sent to Bernhaven by their vet as a last ditch effort.
Natural foods are healing foods and these dogs gradually lost their symptoms and became permanent customers of Bernhaven. There is so much magic that occurs when you remove toxins and preservatives from the diet, and simply switch to foods that need to be stored in the fridge vs pantry.
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Cotton didn’t eat her kibbles; definitely not plain kibbles, but soaked in water overnight, soaked with broth, sprinkled with toppers, you name it. Every single day was a battle trying to feed her. With Farmly, SHE EATS!!