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Super Barf - Barf supplement dog

Barf Zusätze für Hunde

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Our Super Barf supplement supports your dog's balanced diet. This ensures that your barfed dog is provided with all necessary vitamins, minerals and herbs that he needs. Find out now!

  • COMPLETE SUPPLY: Super Barf provides your quadruped with all the important vitamins, minerals, trace elements, fibre and amino acids.
  • HIGH VALUE CONTENTS: Only natural ingredients such as Jerusalem artichoke, egg shells, malt sprouts, red algae lime, yeast, linseed, apple pomace, beetroot, carrots, seaweed, grape seed, dandelion, milk thistle seeds and birch leaves are added to our mineral mix.
  • LESS IS MORE: As many ingredients as necessary, as little as possible - that is our mantra.
  • SCIENTIFICALLY BASED: We have developed our Barf Mineral Mix together with experienced veterinarians and scientists and had it analysed in an independent laboratory: so that you can be sure that what is written on it is in it.
  • MADE IN GERMANY: Short delivery times are really good for the environment. That is why we produce exclusively in Germany.

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Delivery time: 1-3 days

We distance ourselves from flavor enhancers, insufficient testing, unhealthy fillers and other junk that nobody needs. 

All feed supplements and care products are manufactured in Germany, so they are really and truly "made in Germany". This means they reach you and your pet directly via short delivery routes.

We work closely with scientists and veterinarians to bring well-dosed products to the market for animals.

Natürliche Barf Zusätze für Hunde

Barf addition

BARF is no longer just a food trend! More and more dog owners are opting for this form of nutrition. However, anyone who decides on this form of nutrition must pay particular attention to the right supply of minerals and vitamins, because the risk of malnutrition is high. And this is exactly where our barf mineral mix comes in.

Super BARF supports the balanced diet of your four-legged friend and – of course – only uses natural ingredients. In this way, Bella, Beppo and Co. are cared for in an all-round, species-appropriate manner.

The all-round carefree package - not only for BARFED dogs

If you BARF your dog, you have to think a lot about the perfect food composition. Things shouldn't get any more complicated than that. That's why Super BARF is an all-in-one solution. You could also say: The package tour among the dietary supplements. Once bought, your dog's nutrient supply is guaranteed, because everything is really in here.

By the way, you can also use Super BARF if your dog is not barfed. Due to its high nutrient content, it also provides young dogs and performance-oriented dogs with everything they need. You can find the exact contents of vitamins, minerals and omega-3 fatty acids in the analyses.

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Die perfekte Barf Ergänzung für Hunde

Barf additives - with a lot of power

Vitamin b, vitamin b, folic acid, biotin, iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and more: Thanks to natural components with high bioavailability, Super BARF provides everything that keeps your dog healthy and fit.

The ingredients

Barf Zusätze aus Topinambur

TOPINAMBUR

The included root vegetable Jerusalem artichoke is a natural source of fiber and ensures a good intestinal balance.

Barf Zusätze aus Eierschalen und Rotalgenkalk

Eggshells & RED algae Lime

Egg shells and red algae lime are also included and provide valuable calcium and other trace elements. The malt germs, which provide energy and protein, provide power.

Barf Zusätze aus Apfel, rote Beete und Karotten

Apple, beetroot & carrot

A potpourri of apple, beetroot and carrots also covers the dog's nutritional needs.

Barf Zusätze aus Mariendistel & Birkenblättern

MILK THISTLE & BIRCH LEAVES

Milk thistle has long been used in natural medicine. The added birch leaves can strengthen your dog's kidneys, bladder and urinary tract.

other ingredients

The linseed and dandelion get the digestion going. The malt germs, which provide energy and protein, provide power.

Last but not least we added grape seeds. Don't worry, unlike raisins and grapes, they are not harmful to furry friends.

As an important supplier of iodine, seaweed could not be missing in the Super BARF!

Pssst: Thanks to the vitamin-rich brewer's yeast, the Super BARF also tastes good!

This is how you feed Super Barf

Application in dogs

For small dogs weighing 3-15 kg we recommend one teaspoon (5 g) per day. Does your dog weigh a little more? (15-30 kg), then they may too two teaspoons be.

Lives a big dog (from a weight of 30 kg) with you, are three teaspoons a day ideal. You can simply mix the delicious powder into the meat.

Additional Information

Super barf composition

At Annimally, we pay particular attention to high-quality ingredients. So you only get the best for your animal.

ingredients

Jerusalem artichoke ground, eggshell powder, malt germ, red algae lime, yeast (inactive Saccharomyces cerevisae), ground linseed, apple pomace, ground beetroot, ground carrots, seaweed flour, grape seed flour, ground dandelion herb, ground milk thistle seeds, ground birch leaves

Analytical Constituents and Contents

Rohprotein 12,3 %; Rohfaser 5,9 %; Rohfett 2,3 %; Rohasche 32,1 %; Calcium 11,3 %; Phosphor 0,32 %

Independently lab tested

Below you can download the laboratory analyzes for the contained minerals and water-soluble vitamins.

Super barf hints

Please note when BARF that Super BARF already contains seaweed flour and you may need to adjust the BARF ration accordingly. Super Barf contains 42.6 mg iodine per kg.

storage

The product should be kept out of the reach of small children. Please store dry, protected from light and not above 25 °C.

frequently asked Questions

What is barf dog?

BARF is a feeding method for dogs, but also for cats, in which natural food, i.e. raw meat, raw fish, offal and bones, is fed. Meals are supplemented with raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and cold-pressed oils. The developers of the BARF method based their own statements on the eating habits of wolves and wild dogs.

What does barf for dogs cost?

The amount of food and thus the price for BARF depends on the size and activity level of your dog. As a monthly guideline, you can assume 1 to 1.5 times the weight of your dog. For dogs up to 15 kg up to 20 €, for dogs up to 60 kg z. up to €80. .

Which oil for dogs BARF?

Dogs get enough omega-6 fatty acids by feeding them raw. But what they need most of all are omega-3 fatty acids. These are particularly found in fish oils, such as salmon oil, cod oil or cod liver oil. Many vegetable oils also contain omega-3 fatty acids, e.g. B. hemp oil, rapeseed oil, linseed oil or walnut oil.

How good is BARF for dogs?

The BARF concept is considered to be particularly species-appropriate. However, you should first deal with the principle very carefully and find out which ratios you have to observe and which additives you have to mix in. This is the only way to prevent malnutrition.

How much BARF per day dog?

It is not possible to specify a gram-exact specification for your dog. The exact amount depends on race, age, weight and activity level. However, an adult dog needs on average about 4% of its body weight in food per day.

What additives for BARF?

If you've decided to make your own dog food, it's important to speak to a veterinarian to make sure your recipes cover all of your dog's nutritional needs. Some supplements to include in your dog's diet are:

  • Calcium and phosphorous (particularly when feeding puppies), omega-3 fatty acids Iron Trace minerals such as iodine, selenium and zinc Vitamins including vitamin A and vitamin B12

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ORGANIC RAW FEED (BARF) FOR DOGS AND CATS

BARF (orig. "Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet" or "Born again raw feeders") is an alternative raw food diet designed to provide animals with a modified, homemade diet consisting of raw meat and bones, vegetables and fruits with all processed foods being eliminated. In Germany also as raw meat feeding or Biological Artgerechte Roh-Ffeeding known.

The BARF diet is the most common and popular Raw food for dogs and replaces usual dog food. But BARF can also be ideal for the cat. A BARF diet can be prepared at home using multiple ingredients to provide the recommended amount of essential nutrients.

The feed ratios in BARF diets are slightly different than those in PMR (Prey Model Raw) diets because they include vegetables, seeds, and fruit.

The addition of vegetables, seeds, nuts and fruits to a dog's diet offers many benefits and is useful in creating a complete and balanced raw diet to help prevent deficiencies.

OVERVIEW OF THE BARF MENU - HOW DOES BARF WORK FOR DOGS?

There are hundreds of websites, books, information and Co. about BARFing. How much barf per day - per dog? Do I want organic barf for my dog? Thanks to the Internet, there is a lid for every "pot". Please take a close look at the respective website and inform yourself about the ideal type of raw food for your dog.

The recommended guidelines for a BARF diet consist of 70% muscle meat, 10% raw edible bones, 7% vegetables, 5% liver, 5% other organs, 2% seeds or nuts and 1% fruit.

70 PERCENT lean meat

BARF nutrition for our four-legged friends consists of raw muscle meat to provide essential protein, amino acids and water-soluble vitamins. The guide value for the lean meat content is 70% of the total daily intake.

It is important to note that lean meat percentage does not mean feeding exclusively lean meat. This ratio is a large category that includes multiple ingredients like saturated fat for energy and muscular organs like heart muscle meat. Beef is often the best raw meat.

10 PERCENT Raw Edible Bone

Soft, raw, edible bones are an important part of BARF to provide essential calcium, phosphorus and other important nutrients. The guideline for the ratio of raw edible bones starts at 10% of the total daily intake.

The amount of raw, meaty bones a dog needs to maintain a firm and consistent stool varies. The 10% ratio is a guide to start with. However, many dogs do well with a raw edible bone content of 12% to 15%. It is best to always adapt to the individual needs of the dog.

7 PERCENT vegetables

Vegetables are a useful part of the BARF diet to provide essential nutrients and beneficial phytochemicals. The guideline for its ratio starts at 7% of the total daily intake.

The healthy greens help to meet the vitamin needs of dogs. The guideline for the 7% ratio is a starting recommendation and more or less of this can be fed to meet nutritional needs. Specially tailored to the BARF diet Barf-Mineral-Mixproducts provide "green stuff" and herbs in the ideal mix. Before ordering these, make sure that the products are purely natural.

5 PERCENT Liver

Liver is an important ingredient in BARF to provide essential fat-soluble vitamin A and water-soluble vitamins. The guideline for the liver ratio starts at 5% of the total daily intake.

The liver ratio of 5% is a baseline, and this amount of liver provides more than the recommended amount of vitamin A. For dogs that are organ sensitive, feeding just 2% liver will still provide essential vitamin A.

5 PERCENT Other organs

Other offal, such as kidney, are beneficial ingredients in BARF to provide essential minerals and water-soluble vitamins. The guideline for the ratio of other organs starts at 5% of the total daily intake.

Other internal organs are beneficial in meeting other nutritional needs for dogs. The guideline for the 5% ratio is a starting recommendation and more or fewer organs can be fed to meet nutritional needs.

2 PERCENT seeds, kernels & nuts

Raw seeds and nuts are beneficial ingredients in BARF to provide essential minerals, fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins. The guideline for the ratio of raw seeds and nuts starts at 2% of the total daily intake.

Seeds and nuts are beneficial for meeting dogs' essential nutritional needs, but must be pre-soaked and ground for feeding. Raw nuts and seeds contain phytates, which are antinutrients that can negatively affect nutritional balance. Soaking raw seeds and nuts reduces phytates and grinding promotes optimal digestion. The guideline for a 2% ratio is a starting recommendation and more or less can be fed to meet nutritional needs.

1 PERCENT fruit

Fruits contain beneficial ingredients and provide antioxidants, but they are fed in small amounts due to their sugar content. The fruit ratio guideline starts at 1% of the total daily intake.

WHOLE NUTRIENTS

Whole foods for essential nutrients

Many raw food products for our pets lack essential nutrients if the specific ingredients are not fully included. The gift of Barf additives and healthy fish oils Feeding raw meat contributes to a balanced diet and provides valuable omega fatty acids. Barf ready-to-eat food without oils in particular can cause digestive problems or constipation if used, cause allergies and, thanks to the ingredients, lead to fur problems in the four-legged friend.

Beginners are often cautious and unsure about barf and want to prepare barf menus for their animal without making mistakes. Many questions about risks for the dog, ideal content for the respective menu, which form of raw feeding is ideal for the respective dog and what the pet owner has to consider with this diet are unanswered - that's why advice and a good website on the subject are the A&O.

There is a lot of information for dog owners about species-appropriate raw food on the internet. But numerous groups on social media are also dedicated to the topic of "raw meat" and clarify problems, give advice and provide information about advantages and possible errors.

DEBUBING MYTHS ABOUT HERBAL INGREDIENTS - HOW DANGEROUS IS BARFING?

The ingestion of phytonutrients from barfing for dogs can spark debate among many. There are many myths surrounding feeding herbal ingredients to dogs:

Myth 1 - Dogs cannot digest herbal ingredients.

Dogs can fully digest and absorb the nutrients from plant matter when prepared using a method that supports optimal digestion. Pureeing raw, non-starchy vegetables is the easiest and most recommended preparation method. Additionally, lightly steaming or fermenting vegetables are alternative cooking methods to promote optimal digestion.

If starchy vegetables are chosen for feeding, they must be thoroughly cooked before feeding. Boiling or baking starchy vegetables until fully cooked makes the starch digestible for dogs.

Myth 2 - Vegetables and fruits are not needed as nutrients.

It is true that vegetables and fruits are not required as essential nutrients, but they do play a beneficial role in meeting a dog's nutritional needs. They provide carbohydrates that can be used as a source of energy, as well as fiber to support vitamin K synthesis and gut health.

Vegetables prove useful in meeting nutritional needs in PMR meals. Leafy greens are rich in magnesium, a nutrient that is often deficient in PMR model meals.

Additionally, specific diets with ingredient restrictions rely on plant-based ingredients to fill nutrient gaps where needed. An example is low-purine diets where organ meat is not fed. Therefore, the use of herbal ingredients is justified to create a complete and balanced diet.

Myth 3 - Plant-based ingredients are not beneficial.

Vegetables and fruits contain carotenoids, flavonoids, antioxidants and many other phytochemicals that are beneficial for immune function and health. These phytochemicals are not found in any food source other than plant-based ingredients.

DO OR NOT FEED VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS

Adding vegetables, seeds and nuts, and fruit to a meat dog meal is in no way harmful when dog-safe ingredients are selected. The dog can and will digest and absorb the nutrients from plant-based ingredients when prepared to support optimal digestion.

The choice of phytonutrients to add to dog food depends on individual needs and how well the phytonutrients are tolerated. So always adapt to the individual needs of the dog. You can be sure of the thanks of the animals.

IS BARF BEST FOR DOGS?

Biologically Appropriate Raw Food (BARF) is an excellent way to provide dogs with a balanced diet of essential nutrients. Plant-based ingredients are proving beneficial when it comes to meeting canine nutritional needs.

Remember to get enough information before starting your dog's BARF diet. Beef? Turkey? There are thousands of articles on the Internet about this, often an animal nutritionist can also help you to find the optimal composition.

Are BARF supplements useful for dogs?

Healthy dogs that are fed a balanced diet usually do not need any BARF supplements. However, it is not always easy to find a completely well thought-out mix of meat, fish, bones, blood, vegetables, fruit, eggs and dairy products that really does contain all the vitamins (vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D), minerals, trace elements, fiber and amino acids (omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids) to create. This is exactly where Barf supplements for dogs, such as Super Barf, come into play, covering your dog's need for vitamins, minerals, trace elements, fiber and amino acids. The herbal mineral mix provides your dog with a balanced diet and can be used without hesitation. An overdose of vitamins or minerals is not possible. The BARF additives can also be administered to dogs that are not barfed.

Especially if the dog is deficient, BARF supplements can be administered as a cure. But even with healthy dogs, BARF additives can provide a species-appropriate diet (barf) guarantee.

BARF supplements can compensate for nutritional deficiencies

Dogs that do not want to or are not allowed to eat bones must be supplied with calcium in some other way. Because calcium is important for the musculoskeletal system and the skeleton of the dog.

Natural BARF supplements for dogs

With BARF feeding with natural additives, the various nutrients that are missing in the bowl are specifically supplemented with individual feeds. Effective and natural BARF additives consist, for example, of eggshells and red algae lime to balance the calcium-phosphorus ratio, seaweed flour for the iodine supply, malt germs for vitamin E and Jerusalem artichoke for a good intestinal balance.

BARF supplements for dogs - feeding with mineral vitamin supplements:

You can supplement missing nutrients easily and much faster with a Barf Mineral Mix. A good mineral-herb mix should contain bulk elements (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium), trace elements (iron, copper, iodine, zinc, manganese) as well as fat-soluble vitamins (A, D and E) and water-soluble vitamins (B complex). contain.

NECESSARY ADDITIONS IN BARF

The following BARF supplements are necessary to provide the nutrients that are somewhat lacking in the feed and therefore need to be supplemented.

High quality animal oil

The cupboards are full of oils. So what is the best oil to use? Definitely the animal oils, because only these can improve the unfavorable omega 3 - omega 6 ratio. The two fatty acids are particularly important for dogs EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid). In contrast to animal oils, the Omega 3 fatty acids and Omega 6 fatty acids in vegetable oils are only present in a chemical precursor, which is difficult for dogs to convert.

If the dog gets enough meat from species-appropriate husbandry to eat, you can do without additional oil, since the ratio of the fatty acids in this meat is not negatively shifted.

Seealgenmehl

When barfing, no whole prey animals and thus no thyroid tissue from suitable prey animals containing iodine are fed. Of course you could just feed it the larynx or gullet, but you're not doing your dog any favors because this piece of meat doesn't fit into the dog's prey pattern.

Seaweed meal is added to the BARF to provide the animal with iodine in a species-appropriate manner. Since iodine is stored by the dog's body, you should really pay attention to the right dosage and follow the manufacturer's instructions. It is best to feed seaweed meal daily so that the thyroid gland is not exposed to large fluctuations.

fruit and vegetables

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away." The well-known saying also applies to natural barf supplements for dogs. So that your dog is also supplied with vitamins, you should make sure that fruit and vegetables are included in the Barf Mix. An apple contains important vitamins such as provitamin A and vitamins B1, B2, B6, E and C.

Conclusion

Our Super Barf Mineral and Herb Mix offers you a great opportunity to provide your dog with all the necessary vitamins, minerals and amino acids. The ingredients in Super Barf are 100% natural. That's why you can use the BARF supplement with a clear conscience and without hesitation. Super Barf is not only suitable for barred dogs, but can also serve as a normal feed supplement. Here, too, the additives ensure a balanced diet for your four-legged friend.