Venison Dog Food


Venison is often taken for granted regarding dog food protein sources, yet it offers an abundance of vital nutrients for canines. Iron helps increase circulation and oxygen transport, while vitamin B3 supports metabolism.

Stella & Chewy’s freeze-dried raw venison dinner patties from Stella & Chewy’s are handmade in America and offer your pup an exciting, novel protein source while providing essential vitamins and minerals.


Venison is an ideal lean meat option, perfect for canines with weight management issues or health conditions that necessitate a low-fat diet. Not only is venison delicious, but it also provides essential amino acids, B vitamins, iron, and zinc. Plus, it digests more efficiently than beef, making venison an ideal option for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

Many pet parents feed their pups raw diets, but all food must be carefully prepared before feeding them to avoid food-borne illness and ensure they can properly digest the meat. Stella and Chewy’s frozen venison patties provide a delicious natural option when introducing raw venison into their pups’ diets.

These freeze-dried meals contain no grains, legumes, or synthetic vitamins or minerals and are made using grass-fed venison and USDA-certified organic fruits and veggies sourced directly from organic farms. Perfect as either an addition to kibble or raw food topping!

ZIWI Peak’s dry venison dog food is made with ethically raised grass-fed deer from New Zealand that are free-range and grass-fed, using low glycemic sweet potatoes and white rice as carbs for maximum blood sugar control. It features an innovative single protein formula for easy digestion containing high protein levels, fatty acids, B vitamins, and other vital nutrients. Additionally, sweet potatoes and white rice help promote balanced blood sugar levels for your pup!

Vitamins & Minerals

Venison (also called deer meat) can provide your dog with an excellent source of protein. As lean red meat that contains less fat and calories than most pet food options, venison contains B vitamins such as thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin that may help those with food sensitivities digest their meals more quickly than those made with traditional proteins like chicken, lamb or fish.

Most commercial pet food venison comes from ethically sourced wild deer that have not been subjected to antibiotics, growth hormones, or other chemicals commonly employed in industrial livestock production. Deer are typically harvested from sustainable herds in the wild or ranches that foster animal welfare.

Venison can be an ideal protein source for dogs with food allergies or intolerances, though as with any diet change, it’s wise to consult your veterinarian first and gradually introduce new ingredients such as venison into their current food over several days or weeks – this will prevent digestive upset from sudden changes to diet.

Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids

Venison provides your dog with essential Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids for healthy skin and coat. In addition, these essential fats play a crucial role in cognitive development and support the nervous system to function at its best.

Venison is an excellent source of lean protein and high in essential vitamins like B12, iron, and zinc, which will support their immune and circulatory systems.

While many kibble foods contain venison, certain brands provide more specific venison recipes – like Taste of the Wild Pine Forest Recipe with Venison Dry Dog Food – featuring antioxidant-rich deboned and meal venison plus sweet potatoes and pumpkin for extra fiber content. Perfect for pups and adult dogs alike with sensitive stomachs!

Carna4 Easy-Chew Venison Recipe offers another solution, featuring pastured New Zealand venison and other whole foods for optimal digestion. This air-dried food is designed for puppies, small breeds, or senior dogs who may have difficulty chewing traditional kibble.

NutriSource’s Venison Food contains a blend of USDA-certified meats, fruits, and vegetables for optimal nutrition, designed to meet AAFCO feeding guidelines for all life stages and provide balanced nutrition. Incorporating important components like chelated minerals, probiotics, prebiotics for digestive health, omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, and L-carnitine taurine and choline chloride for heart health support, this food offers optimal venison food nutrition!


Venison is an exceptional source of protein, readily digestible with low-fat content and boasting increased B vitamin levels than other red meats such as thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and iron – essential ingredients in supporting metabolism, immunity, and neurological functioning.

Since venison is an alternative to beef and other common proteins found in dog food, it can benefit pets with allergies or intolerances. Due to its leanness, it will likely trigger less of an allergic response in dogs; hypoallergenic diets typically consist of limited ingredients that include alternative proteins like venison to reduce symptoms associated with allergies in your pup.

Most venison-based pet foods are grain-free, making them an excellent option for dogs with intolerances to grains like wheat or corn. Furthermore, many are manufactured without gluten for those dogs sensitive to it.

Raw venison dog food patty provides your furry companion an ideal source of complete and balanced protein, featuring muscle meat from venison and liver, kidney, and neck bone for extra nutrients. Without preservatives or fillers, our recipe is formulated by a Ph.D. animal nutritionist and meets all AAFCO life stage profiles.