S$6.00

Pork Broth: Pig tail, Big Bone,Apple cider vinegar, water

Chicken broth: Chicken feet, Apple cider vinegar, water.

S$10.00
S$10.00

*Ingredients may vary each month.

Variations could include:

Muscle Meat: Pork Loin/ Pork Heart

Bones: Pig Tail

Organs: Pig Liver/ Pig Kidney/ Pig Spleen/ Pig Brain

Vegetables: Kale/ Spinach/ Bokchoy/ Broccoli

Fruits: Blueberry/ Strawberry/ Apple

Seeds: Sunflower/ Pumpkin

Packaged in 500g.

PAWFF
S$21.00
S$21.00

Restocked!

For a limited time only,  Apple sauce pork jerky is back!

Weight: 100g

Recommended Storage method:

Transfer to an air tight bag/container and store in freezer/fridge

Best consumed within 4 months from date of manufacture.

  • No Preservatives. No artificial flavouring. No colouring.
  • Only use Human grade ingredients.
S$3.50

Sold in 250g portions only.

S$81.00

For bulk purchases of PMR,

items will be packed in 1kg portions.

Please take note that lead time for this is 2 weeks.

S$3.00
S$3.00

Country of Origin: France

Category: Muscle Meat

Pork heart is jam-packed with B vitamins beneficial to balancing a raw diet for puppies. The notable nutrient in pork heart is the amount of Thiamine (B1) content which is often lacking in many raw diets!

*sold by 1 whole heart. Average 300g each.

S$45.00 S$50.00
S$45.00 S$50.00
  • A cut from either sides of the backbone from the pig
  • Largest, most tender and leanest cut

Country of Origin: Chile

Category: Muscle Meat

S$9.00
S$9.00

Ingredients*: Pork Loin(80%) , PIg tail(10%), Pig Liver(5%), Pig Kidney, Pig Brain(5%).

*Ingredients may vary each month.

Packaged in 500g portions.

S$13.00

Country of Origin: Chile

Category: Bones

S$2.50

Country of Origin: Chile

Category: Secreting Organs

Pig kidney is concentrated in selenium and provides a wide variety of vitamin B.

S$11.00
S$11.00

Country of Origin: Chile

Category: Bones

Pig tail contains 30% bones and 70% meat. 

S$6.00

Country of Origin: Chile

Category: Bones

Pork big bone can be used for recreational chew and cooking of broth. Add some apple cider vinegar into the broth to draw out all the goodness in the marrow.