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Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried - Adult

Sale price$20.55

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Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried - Adult
Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried - Adult Sale price$20.55

Key Ingredients

Free-Range Beef

High-quality human-grade muscle meat from our local farmers.

Beef Offal

Beef liver, kidney, tripe, hearts, and lungs are packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

Free-Range Eggs

Eggs are an excellent source of protein, essential vitamins and minerals for your dog's health, including vitamin A, B, and selenium.

Organic Fruits & Vegetables

To boost your dog's digestive health, we include apples, carrots, and broccoli in their diet for added vitamins and minerals.


We may substitute some produce with equally healthy options based on seasonality.

Almond Meal

Almond meal is a natural superfood that is rich in vitamin E, magnesium, and fibre.


Seaweed is a nutritional powerhouse! It's a good source of many important nutrients, including iodine, vitamin K, and calcium.


A good source of manganese and curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory compound.

Safflower & Flaxseed Oil

Safflower contains vitamin E and linoleic acid, omega-6 fatty acid and flaxseed oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), and fibre.

How it works

1. Measure Pet's Meal

Measure the amount of dry food your pet needs and add to their bowl.

Refer to the "Daily Feeding Guide" on the pouch for how much to feed your pet, or use our online Feeding Calculator if you're unsure.

2. Add Water

To their bowl, add the same ratio of water as dry food.

For example, if you add 1 cup of dry food, add 1 cup of water.

3. Let Stand & Serve

Once the water is added, let the food stand for around 30-seconds to reconstitute.

The food will start to swell as it absorbs the water. When most of the water is absorbed*, allow your pet to enjoy their meal.

Note: Reconstitution times may vary between different seasons and climates.

How to transition to raw pet food

Start with 20% Frontier Pets Raw Freeze-Dried food and 80% of your pet’s ‘usual’ food. Feed 20/80 ratio for 2-4 days, and if there are no major concerns, adjust the ratio to 40/60 for the next 2-4 days.

Increase Frontier Pets by 20% every 2-4 days until you are feeding 100% Frontier Pets food as a complete balanced meal.​

This guide only follows general Vet advice for transitioning to raw feeding. However, every pet is unique, and they may transition at a different pace. If you have any concerns, contact us at or consult your Vet or Animal Health Specialist.​

*Frontier Pets Freeze-Dried Raw Pet Food can be used as a complete balanced meal for 100% raw feeding, or as a Topper for a raw nutrient boost to their usual meals. See our Feeding Guide for details.​

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Where does Frontier Pets beef come from?

Frontier Pets beef protein and offal are sourced from Australian farmers practising sustainable agriculture. All of our beef is free-range and grass-fed for the whole of life. This means that the animals spend their whole lives on pasture and, unlike the majority of grass-fed beef, do not end their days in a feedlot.

Livestock that spends their whole life grazing is free of the growth promotants and antibiotics used by feedlot farmers.

This ensures that Frontier Pets' free-range, grass-fed beef dog, puppy, and cat food is free from artificial hormones, giving our pets the most pure form of protein available.

Unlike the unnatural grain-fed diets of most beef cattle, whole-of-life free-range beef is allowed to mature slowly, giving the product a notably better fatty acid composition and antioxidant content. The animals are eating a diet that is biologically appropriate for them, therefore they are healthier and happier as a result.

Free-range meat is simply better. That’s why five-star restaurants choose to serve it. Frontier Pets beef is sourced from free-range farmers all over Australia, including a long-standing partnership with Provenir. Provenir has been supplying Frontier Pets with beef and beef offal since 2017. What makes Provenir unique and such a great partner for Frontier Pets is their ethical welfare standards. Using mobile on-farm processing, Provenir takes animal welfare to the highest level, as they process without the trauma of animal transport to off-site abattoirs. The result is exceptional quality meat that is sold to Michelin star restaurants throughout Australia.

Frontier Pets uses beef ‘trim’ – the off-cuts of muscle meat and fat that is trimmed off the more expensive cuts of meat used by restaurants and sold directly for human consumption.

This enables the farmer to use all of their animals in a productive and efficient way, reducing wastage, and providing the farmer with an income that extends beyond the traditional retail environment. Providing Australian farmers with a market for their free-range beef trim and offal provides a more holistic approach to the whole sustainability food chain.

Our pets are the second largest consumers of meat product in the world after humans. By using free-range protein in Frontier Pets food, we are helping farmers make use of the whole animal, in a way that supports a sustainable environment.

The relationship that Frontier Pets has with the Australian farming community extends beyond supplier agreements. Through farm visits and product extension discussions, Frontier Pets has a direct connection with the farmers across the country.

As Frontier Pets takes our free-range, grass fed beef pet food to the world, we are sharing the story of how the pet food industry and sustainable farming can work together for the benefit of all.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I include beef in my dog's diet?

The frequency of including beef in your dog's diet depends on various factors such as their age, size, activity level, and any dietary restrictions or health conditions they may have.

In general, beef can be included in your dog's diet as part of a balanced and varied meal plan. It's recommended to check the feeding guide to determine the appropriate amount of beef dog food consumption for your dog.

What are the nutritional benefits of feeding beef to dogs?

Feeding beef to dogs offers numerous nutritional benefits, especially in the context of dog food. It's rich in high-quality protein, essential vitamins, and minerals such as B vitamins, zinc, iron, and phosphorus.

Additionally, beef provides omega-6 fatty acids for skin and coat health and serves as a valuable energy source expecially from organic and raw dog food diets. Its palatability can stimulate dogs' appetites and make mealtime enjoyable.

However, it's crucial to choose lean cuts and cook beef thoroughly to avoid excessive fat intake and eliminate the risk of harmful bacteria, especially in raw dog food diets. Make sure that your dog is not allergic to beef and that beef fits well into your dog's diet plan, and their nutritional needs.

How does the quality of beef impact a dog's coat and skin health?

The quality of beef significantly influences a dog's coat and skin health. High-quality beef, such as the premium-grade, ethically sourced meat provided by Frontier Pets from Provenir in Gippsland, VIC, offers essential nutrients like protein and amino acids vital for maintaining healthy muscles, tissues, and skin.

Grass-fed beef is known to contain higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in reducing inflammation and promoting healthy skin and coat in dogs. Additionally, the absence of artificial additives and hormones commonly found in conventionally raised meats ensures that the beef maintains its purity and nutritional integrity.

Overall, high-quality beef helps promote skin elasticity, reduces inflammation, and prevents dryness and irritation, resulting in a shiny coat and is healthier for dog skin comparing to factory meat.

Can dogs with specific dietary needs, such as low-fat diets, still eat beef?

Absolutely! Dogs with specific dietary needs, such as those requiring low-fat diets, can still enjoy beef sourced from Frontier Pets.

The beef provided by Frontier Pets is grass-fed and raised in free-range farms, resulting in meat that is leaner and lower in fat compared to conventionally raised beef. This makes it an excellent option for dogs with dietary restrictions, as it provides high-quality protein and essential nutrients without compromising on their nutritional requirements.

Additionally, the presence of omega-3 fatty acids in grass-fed beef can contribute to overall health, even for dogs on low-fat diets, by supporting skin and coat health and reducing inflammation. Therefore, dogs with specific dietary needs can safely incorporate beef from Frontier Pets into their meals, knowing that they are receiving a nutritious and wholesome option that aligns with their health goals.


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