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.
Barf supplement dog
BARF is no longer just a food trend! More and more dog owners are opting for this form of nutrition. But what is BARF actually?
BARF provides dogs with raw meat. Conventional pet food is not used. This means that meat, offal or bones are fed raw and spiced up with fruit, vegetables, cereals or other ingredients.
However, those who choose this form of nutrition must pay particular attention to the correct supply of minerals and vitamins, as the risk of malnutrition is high. And this is exactly where our Barf Mineral Mix comes in.
Super Barf supports the balanced nutrition of your four-legged friend and - of course - uses only natural ingredients. So Bella, Beppo and Co. are well cared for all round and appropriate to their species.
The all-round carefree package - not only for bearded dogs
Whoever barfs his fur nose, has to think a lot about the perfect food composition. Things should not become even more complicated. That is why Super Barf is an all-in-one solution. You could also say: the package tour among food supplements. Once purchased, your dog's nutrient supply is guaranteed, because everything is really in here.
By the way, you can also use Super Barf when your dog is not being 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 content of "vitamins, minerals and omega-3 fatty acids in the analyses.
There is a lot of power in it
Vitamin B, vitamin C, folic acid, biotin, iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and more: thanks to natural ingredients with high bioavailability, Super Barf provides everything that keeps your dog healthy and fit.
The perfect Barf supplement with high quality ingredients
Vitamin B, vitamin C, folic acid, biotin, iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and much more keep your dog healthy and fit. The contained root vegetables Jerusalem artichoke is a natural source of fibre and ensures a good intestinal balance. The linseed and dandelion stimulate the digestion. Egg shells and red algae lime are also included and provide valuable calcium and other trace elements. Power is provided by malt sprouts, which are a supplier of energy and protein.
Milk thistle has long been used in natural medicine and has antioxidant properties and prevents inflammation. The added birch leaves strengthen the animal's kidneys, bladder and urinary tract. As an important supplier of iodine, seaweed should not be missing in Super Barf..
A potpourri of apple, beetroot and carrots also covers the dog's nutritional requirements. Last but not least we added grape seeds. Don't worry, unlike sultanas and grapes they are not harmful to the fur noses. On the contrary: they have an antioxidant effect!
Pssst: Thanks to vitamin-rich brewer's yeast, the Super Bar tastes good too!
How to barf your dog with Super Barf
For small dogs weighing 3-15 kg we recommend one teaspoon (5 g) per day. If your dog weighs a little more (15-30 kg), you can also use two teaspoons.
If you have a large pelt-nosed dog (weighing 30 kg or more), three teaspoons per day is ideal. You can simply mix the tasty powder into the meat.
Super Barf composition
We at Annimally pay special attention to high-quality ingredients. So you only get the best for your pet.
Ground Jerusalem artichoke, egg shell powder, malt sprouts, red algae lime, yeast (inactive Saccharomyces cerevisae), ground linseed, apple pomace, ground beetroot, ground carrots, seaweed flour, grapeseed flour, ground dandelion, ground milk thistle seeds, ground birch leaves
Analytical components and contents
Crude protein 12.3%; crude fibre 5.9%; crude fat 2.3%; crude ash 32.1%; calcium 11.3%; phosphorus 0.32 %
Independently laboratory tested
Below you can download the laboratory analyses for the minerals and water-soluble vitamins contained.
Super Barf notes
Keep the product out of the reach of small children. Please store in a dry place, protected from light and not above 25 °C.
Frequently asked questions
What is barfing dog?
BARF is a feeding method for dogs, but also for cats, using natural food, i.e. raw meat, raw fish, offal and bones. The meals are supplemented with raw vegetables, fruit, nuts and cold-pressed oils. According to the developers of the BARF method, they were guided by the feeding habits of wolves and wild dogs.
Which oil for dogs BARF?
The raw feed provides dogs with sufficient omega-6 fatty acids. 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, such as hemp oil, rapeseed oil, linseed oil or walnut oil.
How much does barf for dogs cost?
The amount of food and therefore the price of 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 15kg, this means up to €20, for dogs up to 60kg, for example, up to €80.
How good is barf for dogs?
The BARF concept is considered to be particularly species-appropriate. However, you should first take a close look at the principle and find out what conditions have to be observed and which additives you need to mix in. Only in this way can you prevent malnutrition.
How much barf per day dog?
It is not possible to give your dog an exact specification for a gram. The exact amount depends on breed, age, weight and activity level. An adult dog, however, needs about 4% of its body weight in food per day on average.
Biologically appropriate raw feed (BARF) for dogs and cats
BARF (orig. "Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Diet" or "Born again raw feeders") is an alternative raw food developed to provide animals with a modified, home-made diet consisting of raw meat and raw bones, vegetables and fruit, eliminating all processed foods. In Germany also known as raw meat feeding or Biologisch Artgerechte Roh-Fütterung.
The BARF diet is the most common and popular raw food for dogs and replaces common dog food. But Barfen can also be ideal for cats. A BARF diet can be prepared at home with several ingredients to provide the recommended amount of essential nutrients.
The feeding ratios of BARF diets are slightly different from those of PMR (Prey Model Raw) diets because they contain vegetables, seeds and fruit.
The addition of vegetables, seeds, nuts and fruit to a dog's diet offers many benefits and has been shown to be useful in putting together a complete and balanced raw diet to prevent deficiency symptoms.
Overview of the BARF menu - how does BARFen work for dogs?
There are hundreds of websites, books, information, etc. about BARFen. 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 well 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 bone, 7% vegetables, 5% liver, 5% other organs, 2% seeds or nuts and 1% fruit.
70 per cent muscle meat
The BARF diet for our four-legged friends consists of raw muscle meat to provide essential protein, amino acids and water-soluble vitamins. The guideline for the muscle meat percentage is 70% of the total daily intake.
It is important to note that the lean meat percentage does not mean that you should feed only lean meat. This ratio is a large category containing several ingredients such as saturated fatty acids for energy and muscular organs such as heart muscle meat. Beef is often offered as raw meat.
10 per cent raw edible bone
Soft, raw, edible bones are an important part of the barley to provide essential calcium, phosphorus and other important nutrients. The guide value for raw edible bone ratio starts at 10% of the total daily intake.
The amount of raw, fleshy bone a dog needs to maintain a firm and consistent stool varies. The 10% ratio is a guide for the beginning. However, many dogs can cope well with a raw edible bone content of 12% to 15%. It is best to always adjust to the individual needs of the dog.
7 per cent vegetables
Vegetables are a useful part of the BARF diet to provide essential nutrients and useful phytochemicals. The guideline for its ratio starts at 7% of total daily intake.
Healthy greens help to meet the vitamin requirements of dogs. The guideline for the 7% ratio is a starter recommendation and more or less of it can be fed to meet the nutritional needs. Special Barf Mineral Mix products adapted to BARF nutrition provide "greens" 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 barley 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 starting point and this liver quantity provides more than the recommended amount of vitamin A. In dogs that are sensitive to organs, feeding only 2% liver still provides essential vitamin A.
5 Percent Other Organs
Other offal, such as kidney, is a beneficial ingredient in barley 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 requirements for dogs. The guideline for the 5% ratio is a starter recommendation and more or fewer organs can be fed to meet nutritional needs.
2 Percent Seeds, Seeds & Nuts
Raw seeds and nuts are beneficial components in barley to provide essential minerals, fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins. The guide value for the ratio of raw seeds and nuts starts at 2% of the total daily intake.
Seeds and nuts are beneficial for meeting the essential nutritional needs of dogs, but must be pre-soaked and ground for feeding. Raw nuts and seeds contain phytates, which are antinutrients that can negatively influence the nutritional balance. Soaking raw seeds and nuts reduces phytates and grinding promotes optimal digestion. The guideline for a 2% ratio is a starter recommendation and more or less can be fed to meet the nutritional requirements.
1 Percent fruit
Fruits contain beneficial ingredients and provide antioxidants, but they are fed in small quantities due to their sugar content. The fruit ratio guideline starts at 1% of total daily intake.
Wholefood for essential nutrients
Many raw food products for our pets lack essential nutrients if the specific ingredients are not completely contained. The addition of BARF supplements and healthy fish oils to a raw meat diet contributes to a balanced diet and provides valuable omega fatty acids. Especially BARF ready-to-eat feed without oils can cause digestive problems or constipation when used, cause allergies and, thanks to the ingredients, lead to coat problems in quadrupeds.
Often, especially beginners are cautious and insecure when barfing and want to prepare barf meals for their pet without making mistakes. Many questions about risks for the dog, ideal contents 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 open - therefore advice and a good website on the subject is the A&O.
There is a lot of information for dog owners about species-appropriate raw food on the internet. But there are also numerous groups on social media dedicated to the topic of "raw meat", clarifying problems, giving advice, informing about advantages and possible mistakes.
Debunking myths about vegetable ingredients - how dangerous is BARFen?
The intake of plant ingredients in barfen for dogs can trigger a debate among many. There are many myths surrounding the use of herbal ingredients in dog food:
Myth 1 - Dogs cannot digest herbal ingredients.
Dogs can fully digest and absorb nutrients from plant ingredients if they are prepared using a method that supports optimal digestion. Pureeing raw, non-starchy vegetables is the easiest and most recommended method of preparation. In addition, lightly steaming or fermenting vegetables are alternative preparation methods to promote optimal digestion.
If starchy vegetables are selected for feeding, they must be cooked thoroughly before feeding. Cooking or baking starchy vegetables until they are completely cooked will make the starch digestible for dogs.
Myth 2 - Vegetables and fruit are not needed as nutrients.
It is true that vegetables and fruit are not needed as essential nutrients, but they play a beneficial role in meeting the nutritional requirements of the dog. They provide carbohydrates that can be used as an energy source, as well as fibre to support vitamin K synthesis and intestinal health.
Vegetables have been shown to be useful in meeting the nutritional requirements of PMR meals. Leafy greens are rich in magnesium, a nutrient that is often deficient in PMR model meals.
In addition, specific diets with ingredient restrictions rely on plant ingredients to fill nutrient gaps where necessary. One example is low-purine diets where no organ meat is fed. The use of plant ingredients is therefore justified to provide a complete and balanced diet.
Myth 3 - Vegetable ingredients are not beneficial
Vegetables and fruit contain carotenoids, flavonoids, antioxidants and many other secondary plant compounds that are beneficial to immune function and health. These phytochemicals are not found in any other food source except in plant ingredients.
Feeding or not feeding plant ingredients
Adding vegetables, seeds, nuts and fruit to a meat-dog meal is in no way harmful if dog-safe ingredients are selected. The dog can and will digest and absorb nutrients from plant ingredients if they are prepared in a way that supports optimal digestion.
The choice of plant ingredients added to a dog food depends on individual needs and the tolerance of the plant ingredients. So always adjust to the individual needs of your dog. You can be sure of the animals' thanks.
Is BARFen the best for the dog?
Biologically species-appropriate raw food (BARF) is an excellent way of providing dogs with a balanced diet containing essential nutrients. Herbal ingredients prove to be beneficial in meeting the nutritional requirements of dogs.
Remember to inform yourself sufficiently before feeding your dog BARF. Beef? Turkey? There are thousands of articles on the internet, and often a pet nutritionist can help you find the optimum composition.