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Bravo! Balance Premium Chicken Formula offers human-grade quality, antibiotic-free, no-hormones-added chicken raised and processed in the USA. This simple protein is an ideal food for gentle stomachs or for pets just starting on a raw diet.
Packaged in a 3 lb. box with of 12 individually wrapped 4oz Burgers.
Frozen products are shipped in insulated coolers filled with dry ice.
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Comments about Balance Raw Diet Premium Chicken Burgers - 3lb:
My cats lick their bowls clean with this stuff. That's a big deal, they're both picky lately. Bravo Raw includes the all important organs and ground bones which a cat or dog would be surviving on in the wild. I prefer the chicken recipe to the Turkey as I've read that it's a more protein-rich meat.
I like that this is grain free, hormone and antibiotic free. Also cost wise it isn't too bad depending on how many cats you have, I suppose. Quality always beats quantity and remember this doesn't have fillers like some canned food does.
I choose the "Balance" recipe of this as it contains all the supplements that kitties can't do without. The other one is for supplemental only, as it's probably just muscle meat which isn't enough.
I do recommend this for picky kitties though. Just put the burger or chubs in the fridge overnight, or leave out for minimum time until it's soft. I run it under warm water for under a minute to warm it a bit for them too, but they aren't fussed, just spoiled sick.
Can't think of anything bad about it other than the shipping method, as you just can't let stuff like this sit on a customer's doorstep. So that needs addressing. ALSO if your cat has kidney problems or such I would think about an alternative as this does contain ground bones - roasted, blended (powdered) egg shells are a good alternative to bones. I've never seen or felt them though, so they're tiiiny but this stuff is probably suited to healthy or young cats that would otherwise be eating mice and rats in their spare time if outside. That's how I see it. This beats most canned food in quality but I personally feed alongside good canned stuff to keep things mixed up.