At Rebel Raw, our food is made weekly using only the freshest, human-grade ingredients. We produce, package and freeze our all natural meals in small batches and use only the finest, restaurant quality ingredients available. We procure the same USDA inspected foods that are used in restaurants ensuring our food is free from pathogens. All of our products are grain-free and contain zero fillers, additives or preservatives. We use local and organic sources whenever possible.
We make it easy for you to feed your cat healthy raw meals by pre-measuring the correct potion for your cat based on your cat's weight. You'll receive daily servings that are frozen in individual containers. Just thaw and feed. We offer finely ground chicken, chicken and salmon, duck and salmon and turkey meals (meat, bones, hearts and liver) with a nutrient mix for your little carnivore.
Our Fine Complete Plans offer complete and balanced meals meeting the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages. You'll find these in the Complete and Balanced Weekly Plans for Cats section.
We also offer rabbit, duck, turkey, venison, beef and lamb to add protein variety to your cat's diet. You can also add chicken hearts for extra taurine, chicken livers or beef livers. Supplement your cat's meals with raw meaty bones such as chicken necks or duck wings which are a great way to naturally clean your cat's teeth. You'll find those in the Cat Servings section.
Our weekly meal plans are designed for cats with average activity levels, and based on caloric needs. If your cat is more or less active, or needs to gain or lose weight, adjust accordingly by choosing a plan for a lower or higher weight cat. You can also add servings to your weekly plan for more customization.
Kittens (4 - 8 weeks), start at 6% of bodyweight and adjust up or down as necessary. For example, a 2 lb kitten needs about 2 oz/ day. Our 7 lb cat meals will give you 4 oz portions so each container lasts 2 days.
Kittens (8 weeks - 1 year), feed 5% of bodyweight. For example, a 4 lb kitten needs about 3.2 oz/ day. Our 11 lb cat meals will give you 7 oz portions so each container lasts 2 days.
For more information on feeding kittens, check out our kitten feeding guide here.
We make it easy for you to feed your dog healthy raw meals by pre-measuring the correct potion for your dog based on your dog's weight. You'll receive daily servings that are frozen in individual containers. Just thaw and feed. We offer complete and balanced meals meeting the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for growth and maintenance. These meals contain meat, bones, vegetables and a nutrient blend. All of the options with "Complete" in the name are complete and balanced. You'll find these in the Complete and Balanced Weekly Plans for Dogs section.
For a meat, bones, hearts and livers only version, choose the Chicken, Rabbit, Duck or Turkey Grinds. We keep these simple so you can customize them to your dog's specific nutritional needs. We also offer Angus Beef, venison and lamb to add protein variety to your dog's diet. You'll find these in the Dog Grinds section.
We have several meal plans for your dog. These plans are based on and sold by one week increments. You can choose meals that consist of a complete for both meals or meals that consist of a complete for one meal and raw meaty bones for the other meal. You'll find all of our weekly meal options in the Weekly Plans for Dogs section.
Don’t get too overwhelmed trying to decide which meal plan is right for your dog. As our puppy class trainer once said, “even if you do it wrong, it’s still better than feeding your dog anything else.” There are two schools of thought on whether or not dogs need vegetables and fruits or just meat. Some vets and nutritionists believe dogs need the added nutrition a small amount of vegetables and fruits provide. They believe dogs would eat a small amount in the wild and would also get these nutrients through the prey they would eat. Others believe this is not true and vegetables are not digested. They claim that wolves do not ingest the stomach contents of their prey and in fact, are shaken out and left untouched. A dog does not produce amylase in their saliva to breakdown carbohydrates or starches and this can lead to added stress on the pancreas. In short, there is not a definitive answer and we recommend you research the various options and make a decision that makes sense to you.
Raw meaty bones (RMBs) are things like chicken backs, chicken necks, duck wings and turkey wings. They are generally recommended across the board for dogs with healthy teeth, gums and jaws. RMBs satisfy a dog’s natural desire to chew and keep your dog’s teeth, gums and jaw healthy. If your dog’s chewing ability has deteriorated, he or she may not be able to chew RMBs. If you’re not sure if your dog can chew RMBs you can order them individually so you can try them first. Some people feed them regularly as meals, others feed them only occasionally, as special meals.
Our weekly meal plans are designed for dogs with average activity levels, and based on caloric needs. If your dog is more or less active, or needs to gain or lose weight, adjust accordingly by choosing a plan for a lower or higher weight dog. You can also add servings to your plan.
All of our dog food is great for puppies. Our complete and balanced options (items with Complete in the name) are formulated for growth/all life stages including growth of large-size dogs (70 lbs or more as an adult). Puppies usually eat what a dog who is 2 to 3 times their weight eats. For the weekly plans, choose a plan for a dog that is at least twice the puppy's current weight.
For adult dogs with a moderate activity level:
- 2.5% of their body weight to maintain (our weekly plans give you the correct amount of food based on your dog's weight and caloric needs).
- To gain or lose weight: order the next dog weight up or down.
- Puppies (2 - 4 months): choose plan for a dog 4 times the puppy's current weight.
- Puppies (4 - 7 months): choose plan for a dog 3 times the puppy's current weight.
- Puppies (7 - 12 months): choose plan for a dog 2 times the puppy's current weight.
For more information on feeding puppies, check out our puppy feeding guide here.