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what’s in your
dog’s food is just
as important as
what’s in yours

just as humans have learned to avoid foods with long lists of unpronounceable ingredients, your dog’s food should feature only the good, pronounceable stuff too.

many brands contain things like dyes, sugar, too much salt, and a host of solvents and preservatives. some also contain generic “meat byproducts” that have untraceable sources and are made with a variety of different animals and questionable animal parts. but the good news is, the experts have figured out how to make the most delicious and nutritious food for your four-legged friend using human-grade ingredients. let’s dig into the good stuff to look for and the ruff stuff to avoid.

when it comes to dog food, always remember: you and your dog are like peas and carrots

sorry, we meant, feed your dog peas and carrots. because what’s good for you is often good for your dog. like human food, the most important ingredients listed in your dog’s food are the first few, as ingredients are listed from highest content to lowest. you always want to look for a “named” protein as the first ingredient and this can include the word meal (a more highly concentrated source of protein than whole meat, which can be easier for your dog to digest). in other words: avoid animal meal, and byproduct, and look for identifiable ingredients like chicken and chicken meal.

you can find a variety of food types on the AU market in addition to dry kibble with grains, grain-free and raw dog food—other options include shelf-stable, freeze-dried, and dehydrated. some dogs thrive on one, the other, or a combo, but ultimately what sets good quality apart from the rest is simple: real ingredients.

dog food that supports a strong
immune system = fewer vet visits

like us, our dogs’ immune systems thrive best with a little support. real ingredients like lean protein for energy and omega-6 fatty acids + vitamin-packed veggies are key, but even the most well-balanced diet can use a boost. look for wet and dry dog food recipes that contain added supplements like vitamin e, d3, and b12 + minerals like iron, zinc, potassium, magnesium, and antioxidants for good skin, heart, and eye health.

expert approved and safely prepared

if you want the best possible food for your fave furry family-member, look for the following: 

ingredients that are locally and sustainably sourced whenever possible​

recipes that meet or exceed AAFCO’s minimum requirements outlined in their nutrient profiles

high-quality ingredients like 100% aussie beef, grass-fed lamb, RSPCA approved chicken and spinach

how to transition your dog to new food

for some dogs, new food is love at first bite! but pickier pups might need some help with the transition. experts recommend transitioning picky dogs slowly over the first week, mixing the original food with increasing proportions of their new food. start with a quarter amount of the new food for the first two days and increase in quarter increments every two days.

need a little guidance on choosing the best dog food?

that’s where bezzie comes in. we developed bezzie because we believe our dogs deserve better. much better. bezzie is an australian dog food subscription service created with the best for your four-legged bud (a.k.a. your bezzie) in mind.

all bezzie recipes are gluten and grain-free dog food made with real australian ingredients, like RSCPA approved chicken + quality veggies. we’ve even added all of the vitamins and minerals your bezzie needs to live his or her best life. our ”raw” product is made with 100% human-grade, fresh australian ingredients + our bezzie "bites" are made with real, sustainably-sourced ingredients like tuna, chicken, and spinach. plus, all of the recipes meet AAFCO standards. take a peek at the key ingredients:

beef, lamb liver, salmon, carrots, and broccoli

 chicken, lamb kidney, sardines, celery, and pear

beef, chicken, lamb heart, bok-choy and apple

ocean fish, tuna, potatoes, carrot and blueberry

chicken, duck, spinach, apple and cranberry

bezzie is also unique among dog food delivery brands because your dog has the option to mix and match their favourite raw and dry food flavours.

personalised for
you and your bezzie

we love every bezzie for their special quirks and characteristics—the fast-fetchers and the ball-starers, the snugglers and the independent spirits, the beef-lovers and the sensitive tummy-types. because we know every bezzie is unique, we’ve created dog food that can be customised to your bezzie’s tastes and needs. you can always tailor your plan to your bezzie’s favourite flavours—whether dining on raw, bites, or a mix of both.

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click “create your bezzie's plan” below to tell us a little about your bezzie—things like age, breed, and activity level. our system will use this information to generate a recommended dog food plan. your bezzie’s first box will be 40% off and from there you have full control over menus and the frequency of your orders—rush, delay, pause, or cancel any time you’d like.

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