Re Guru : Been keeping an eye on related internet content re their food with interest. Certainly there seem to be some efforts being made to get the brand out there. Currently I cant see a grain free option. As mentioned elsewhere that there are other cold-pressed foods out there that per/kg seemingly cost less (aware of the age old claims in selling products that many sellers justify price as being relative to quality). Good to see another new food though.
Re "Healthy Dog - Wild Boar" : Saw this online a week or so ago. it's good to see another cold-pressed on the market. Also good to see another cold-pressed with a food source other than chicken (nothing wrong with same but some feeders prefer other meat sources).Great to see its grain & white potato free & uses sweet potato. (I feed grain free, low carb white potato free diet for specific reasons I may elaborate on at some time within another post). Although their site lists various ingredients I havent seen a full percentage composition breakdown. Their site has a page with ingerdient and analysis listings for two other cold-pressed products which can be seen by clicking here
however that does not give percentile breakdown of composition (for those other two foods) there isn't any info there re the wild boar food.
I note that the sourced wild boar are claimed a better food source than penn reared pigs, however, this did make me wonder what the food sources the wild boar are eating ( I fully accept we often know very little re food chain in food for feeding humans as well as animals/pets but the term forage perhaps caused me to wonder re this).
I am increasingly interested to learn more re this food & other cold-pressed foods.
I would also like to have better understanding of percentages of carbs in cold-pressed foods.
Oh and re shelf life of cold-pressed foods - I may be wrong but on back of a trusted to me source I was caused to believe shelf lives may vary depending on the binding agent ingredient used. (& crucially also appropriate storeage conditions).
Great thread re a very interesting & evolving area of the dog food market.