- Jennie S.
- Jennie S.
RAWSTER is a 100% natural and balanced supplement formulated for dogs on BARF diet (raw diet) providing them with all the necessary nutrition they need to live healthy lives. It is a complete source of essential minerals, vitamins, and nutrients coming from 60 different seeds, nuts, fruits, berries, pulses, herbs and vegetables. It is the simplest way to turn a meat meal into a complete meal.
Easy to administer powder - can be stirred into the meat directly, or rehydrated first before serving. It’s that simple!
Simply add the required amount to your dog’s meat to turn it into a complete and delicious meal. However, we recommend to rehydrate it first by adding hot water (2 parts water to 1 part Rawster supplement ratio), stirring, and leaving for a few minutes to cool before mixing into the meal. Rehydrated Rawster can be stored in a fridge for up to 7 days or frozen.
Seeds provide many benefits and essential nutrients useful to complete a balanced raw diet.
Beetroot is high in folate, magnesium, and potassium. Carrots are rich in beta-carotene.
High in fiber & low in carbohydrates, leafy greens are high in magnesium, folate, and manganese.
Nuts provide essential fatty acids, vitamin E (almonds), and are a great source of magnesium & manganese.
Beans are jam-packed with nutrition, including protein, vitamins A, C, and K, potassium, iron.
Provide lots of benefits such as help with fat digestion, reduce infections, and improve sleep.
*See full ingredients list for more detailed info
Yes, you can! Rawster is an excellent source of essential nutrients and minerals for all dogs, not only those on raw diet. It works particularly well for dogs on home cooked diet but you can add it to any food your dog is on.
As Rawster contains many ingredients including herbs, we would not recommend giving the supplement to a puppy and wait until they are 6 months old.
It depends on what the cause is. If it's nutritional deficiency, then yes, Rawster can help with the issue. However, if it's not nutirition related, then it won't be as helpful.
Yes, you certainly can.