Pet Nutrition


First and foremost: All of our products are made in the USA.

Fur Crazy carries a specially selected line of holistic and organic food featuring OC Raw Dog, Stella & Chewy’s and Primal Pet Foods. We also carry a selection of wholesome, all-natural bones, grain-free treats and healthy supplements. Come drop by our location, and treat your furry friend to something special!


The best quality nutrition for dogs and cats is all raw foods. By nature, dogs and cats are designed to eat other animals such as birds, rabbits and squirrels. This means their natural diet consists primarily of raw animal tissues, namely meat, organs, glands and bones, plus a small amount of vegetable matter found in the intestinal tract of their prey.

Raw foods contain enzymes that assist in digestion and absorption of nutrients. It is only in the past few decades that dogs and cats have been given cooked foods. When raw foods are processed into pet foods, the molecular structure is altered and enzymes are destroyed. These changes make them difficult to digest. The result is stress on the digestive system, especially the pancreas. Stress on the immune system occurs as a result of absorbing incompletely digested foods which stimulate the body’s defenses.

Pets need a natural feeding program rich in raw foods and enzymes. No pet food is 100 percent complete. Many aren’t even close! Your pet deserves better! Your pet will look and feel better and your vet bills will decrease significantly.

Raw Diets — Frequently Asked Questions

Feeding dogs and cats a raw diet is still a relatively new concept, so many pet owners will inevitably have a few questions:
What is a raw diet?
A raw diet is natural nutrition. Dogs and cats are carnivores. Left to their own devices, their typical daily diet, like that of their wild cousins (wolves and big cats), would consist of other animals. A high quality raw diet provides pets with the finest and freshest natural nutrition, as if they had hunted and caught their “perfect” dinner.
What are the ingredients of a raw diet?
They include ingredients from four main groups: fresh raw meat, uncooked bone, raw organ meats and green vegetation.
What are some of the benefits of feeding pets a raw diet?
Raw-feeding pet owners and pet professionals around the world have noticed the following:

• Reduction of allergy symptoms
• Improved digestion
• Shinier, healthier skin and coats
• More energy and stamina
• Cleaner teeth and fresher breath
• Decrease in abnormal hyperactivity
• Reduced or eliminated need or veterinary dental work
• Increased mobility in older animals
• Better weight control
• Harder, smaller less smelly stools

Is feeding my pet raw foods safe?
Yes. As with any food, they should be properly stored and handled. Be sure to read and follow the handling instructions on the package.
Does feeding a raw diet cost more?
Yes. Feeding better quality food (versus inexpensive grains and fillers) costs somewhat more. However, over the life of your pet, feeding raw will lead to fewer vet visits, problems with allergies and dental issues.
If I am feeding raw, why not just go to the grocery store and buy chicken or beef to feed my dog or cat?
Prepared raw food blends contain the exact right proportion of meat, bones, organ meats and vegetables. In addition, they offer convenience, easy storage and safe handling.
How should I introduce raw food into my pet's diet?
Days 1-3: 25% raw, 75% current food.
Days 4-6: 50% raw, 50% current food.
Days 7-9: 75% raw, 25% current food.
Day 10+: 100% raw.