SmallBatch is a small, family owned company who set out to make a different kind of raw pet food. Inspired by all of the fresh, local and sustainable foods that surrounded them in California, they wanted to apply those same ideals to create an amazing line of pet food. Both healthy AND delicious, your dog will love it!
SmallBatch takes great pride in sourcing from local farms and ranches in California and the Pacific Northwest, who are committed to sustainability and land stewardship.
Sourced and made in USA (with organic kelp from Iceland)
Humanely-raised, free-range, pasture raised meat
Never any hormones or antibiotics
100% certified organic produce
Natural supplements, no synthetics
No HPP (high pressure pasteurization)
GAP (Global Animal Partnership) Step 3 certification
SmallBatch dog food is appropriate for dogs of all life stages, from puppy to senior. Divide daily serving size into 2 meals for adult dogs, 3-4 meals for puppies.
Optimal feeding amounts may vary with age, size, breed, and activity level. Please refer to the feeding chart as an initial recommendation and adjust amounts based on your pet's individual needs. Always have clean, fresh water available at mealtime.
Daily Serving Size:
10 lbs: 0.5 patty
20 lbs: 1 patty
40 lbs: 2 patties
60 lbs: 3 patties
80 lbs: 4 patties
100 lbs: 5 patties
New Users: Sudden changes in diet, including overfeeding, can sometimes result in digestive issues. Always introduce any new food by slowly mixing with your pet's current diet for the first 7-10 days, increasing the amount of SmallBatch while decreasing the amount of the other brand.
Storage Instructions: Keep frozen until ready to use. Thaw the next day’s portion in the refrigerator overnight (or for 4-6 hours) in a covered container; do not microwave. Some liquid when completely thawed is normal. Thawed raw food will maintain optimum freshness for up to 3 days under refrigeration.
SmallBatch PorkBatch is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.