Crudo by Surrey Meat Packers
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Crudo by Surrey Meat Packers

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  • #58

    Jerry (Friday, 18 April 2014 12:33)

    I don't see the nutritional breakdown for your products - % fat, protein, etc. where can I find that information?

  • #57

    Tracy (Friday, 18 April 2014 00:12)

    Regarding your "Beef and Vegetables" mix:
    Does it have any bone, and in what proportion?
    Is it possible and/or likely that a French Bulldog could be allergic to carrots, bok choy or romane lettuce, or is it typically a particular type of meat?
    In what percentage should tripe be added to a dog's daily meal? Thanks so much!

  • #56

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Saturday, 12 April 2014 12:39)

    Ed: Carrots, bok choy and romaine lettuce are used.

    Jeanne: Hopefully you were able to arrange with one of our stores.

    Thanks for the posts!

  • #55

    Ed (Monday, 07 April 2014 19:08)

    What vegetables are used to make up the veggie content? Thanks

  • #54

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 07 April 2014 12:14)

    Kayrn: We sell raw bones, tripe and organ separately.

    Wanda: Please call us at 604-291-8799. We will do our best to assist you.

    Donna: We are so thrilled to hear that!

    Gordon: 45% chicken, 25% beef, 20% Vegetables, 10% organ.

    Pat: The beef contains 10% organs. Please call us at 604-574-5241. We will do our best to assist you with the tripe.

    Judy: Our meat does not come from culled animals.

    Leo: We grind the chicken carcass meat & necks.. Beef trim & heart.

  • #53

    Leo (Monday, 07 April 2014 02:00)

    I was wondering if your chicken meats come from the carness? What part of the chicken is grinded up? also for the beef.

  • #52

    Judy (Thursday, 03 April 2014 22:36)

    Hi is your meat come from culled animals? Thanks!

  • #51

    Pat (Wednesday, 02 April 2014 09:13)

    I guess I should have said "re-grind" the tripe, as I see that it is ground already, but not finely enough for my cats. I really have to bury it in the overall mix!

  • #50

    Pat (Wednesday, 02 April 2014 09:10)

    Does your plain ground beef contain any organs or tripe? If so, in what proportions? I am feeding cats, so I don't want any vegetables. I find the green tripe VERY difficult to grind myself, so I'm hoping there is some (and organs) in the beef. Otherwise, how much would I have to buy to get you folks to grind some tripe for me? I don't have a deep freeze, and just add about 10% tripe to my cats' mix. They definitely won't eat it as it comes!

  • #49

    Gordon (Tuesday, 01 April 2014 12:41)

    What is the % breakdown on your mixed? (beef/chicken/organs/bone/vegetables).

  • #48

    Donna (Monday, 31 March 2014 20:40)

    My dog will be 13 years old in April and has been on a raw diet since he was 3 mos. old. He's doing really good for 82 in people years!

  • #47

    Wanda (Sunday, 16 March 2014 19:00)

    Are all your meals such as the chicken veg & bone mix sold frozen in the 1lb chub bag or is there a way to get some fresh and portion it out myself. I have a small 20 lb dog who so far only has one of his two meals as raw.

  • #46

    Kayrn (Friday, 14 March 2014 12:04)

    Looking for something with this ratio. Do you have anything?
    30-40% Raw Meaty Bones
    25-30% Vegetable Mix and/or Tripe
    30-35% Organ Meat

  • #45

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 03 March 2014 16:36)

    Carol: Our meat and vegetables are all purchased from local suppliers.

    Lindsey: The chicken/bone/veg contains 20% vegetables, 10% organ while neither is added to chicken/bone.

  • #44

    Lindsey (Monday, 24 February 2014 23:42)

    Hi there, Could you break down the percentages of organ/meat/veg in your chicken with bone vs chicken with bone and veg? Thank you!

  • #43

    Carol Jackson (Monday, 24 February 2014 18:32)

    Where do your meat and vegetables come from?

  • #42

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Thursday, 13 February 2014 04:32)

    Pat: There is nothing added to the meat. All our products contain meat or meat & organ or meat & organ & vegetables. Thanks :)

  • #41

    Pat (Sunday, 09 February 2014 13:01)

    Sorry... I think you answered my latest question when you wrote "No fillers, chemicals, by-products"? Please confirm... There is NOTHING added to the meat (other than vegatables, if they are on the label)?

  • #40

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Saturday, 08 February 2014 11:54)

    Jim: Our product is not currently available in other provinces.

    Pat: All our products are made with human-grade meats and poultry. Human-grade meat is legally suitable and approved for consumption by a person (i.e. No fillers, chemicals, by-products).

  • #39

    Pat (Thursday, 06 February 2014 15:08)

    Is your pet food human grade meat, and if not, what is the difference between human grade and non-human grade?

  • #38

    Jim (Friday, 31 January 2014 18:23)

    Is your product available in other provinces?

  • #37

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 27 January 2014 17:10)

    Carmen: We do not currently offer the duck or venison without the added 20% vegetables.

  • #36

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 27 January 2014 17:09)

    Millie: Our Venison & Vegetable blend contains the least amount of fat among our products. It contains approximately 4-5% fat. Lamb and Lamb & Vegetable is also very low in fat at approximately 8%.

  • #35

    Carmen (Monday, 27 January 2014 11:19)

    Hi do you ever make the duck or venison plain, as in no vegetables?

  • #34

    Millie (Thursday, 23 January 2014 12:17)

    Hi there, I am wondering the percentage of fat in the lamp or venison? I am starting my dog back on Raw after a a serious bout of pancreatitis and he needs low fat. I can feed Bison which you do not have but I am wondering if the lamb or venison will work? My other dog will do the turkey and veg but need something for him. Thank you.

  • #33

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 20 January 2014 14:28)

    Alison: There is no need to add dry food to the diet. Feeding strictly raw is the healthiest choice for him.

  • #32

    Alison (Sunday, 19 January 2014 08:26)

    So with feeding him the 2 lbs. a day should I also be adding some dry to it or is that not necessary.

  • #31

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Tuesday, 14 January 2014 11:51)

    Pat: We would be able to grind a small amount into a bag, if you could portion it at home. I think that would be the most logical way of producing the product for you.

    You may purchase as much sliced beef heart as you would like. We also have small bags of chicken hearts and lamb hearts in stock.

    Thanks for the posts!

  • #30

    Pat (Tuesday, 14 January 2014 09:22)

    Thanks very much.

    Would there be a minimum order requirement, and is it possible to pick-up / arrange through Surrey location? I am in White Rock.

    Do you keep any heart (beef, pork, chicken... whatever) in stock?

    As I only have two cats, heart is only a portion of their meat mix and I only have a fridge freezer, minimum order requirements for heart have been problematic with other meat suppliers.

    Thanks again.

  • #29

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Tuesday, 14 January 2014 00:48)

    Pat: If you call us at 604-291-8799, we will do our best to accommodate your request.

    Alison: We advise feeding your pup at least 2 LB of food daily until he is fully grown and then cutting back to 1.5-1.8 LB per day.

  • #28

    Alison (Monday, 13 January 2014 19:19)

    I've been feeding my shepherd/husky pup your raw chicken/bone/vegetable diet from the start. I am currently feeding him 1-1 lb. tube daily but I'm wondering if I should be increasing it to 1 1/2 tubes a day. He is 7 months now and about 60 lbs. Thanks, and by the way he loves it!

  • #27

    Pat (Monday, 13 January 2014 12:09)

    Is your chicken with bone ground quite finely? I am looking for a raw cat food, so don't want vegetables, and my cats don't eat bones when they can tell they are eating bones! I like feeding them ground chicken bone meal though, and mixing it with some beef, turkey, beef liver, tripe and a bit of fish. The only things that are concerning for cats are the size of the bone pieces and the vegetables, as cats are obligate carnivores. If the chicken with bone is NOT ground fine, will you re-grind on request? That would be excellent. Thank you!

  • #26

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 13 January 2014 11:32)

    Linda: Thanks for taking the time to post on the site.

    All our suppliers are located in B.C. and provide us with human-grade meats and poultry. We deal with the province's largest companies.

    As far as handling goes; the meat is purchased the day of killing and processed within the next two days, ensuring freshness.

    If you would like more information, please send us an email and we will gladly provide it.

    Thanks, again!

  • #25

    Linda (Saturday, 11 January 2014 23:12)

    Was reading through the posts, and saw that Silvia's Question was answered regarding whether, there's hormones in meats. So allow me to do so... Regarding BC chicken, "the use of hormones and steroids in the production of chicken is illegal, and has been since the 1960′s" (BC Chicken Marketing Board) .http://bcchicken.ca/index.php/bc-chicken-production/faq/#d (Antibiotics
    I don't know.)

  • #24

    Linda (Saturday, 11 January 2014 23:04)

    Would love to switch my dog to raw food. Just wondering where do you get your chicken and beef from? And..as soon as the meat arrives, how is it handled to ensure freshness, and prevent cross contamination?

  • #23

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Saturday, 11 January 2014 12:37)

    Rebecca: The product is ground and packaged into individually wrapped 500g pieces. We also sell turkey necks, chicken necks and chicken carcasses.

    Thanks for the questions!

  • #22

    Rebecca (Tuesday, 07 January 2014 16:42)

    One more question - is it packaged in 1lb portions? Thanks again!

  • #21

    Rebecca (Tuesday, 07 January 2014 16:34)

    Is your 44lb box of chicken with bone ground or in pieces? I am wondering if I am able to buy a box of neck, wings and back as I saw is available in Turkey in a previous posting? Thanks.

  • #20

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 06 January 2014 11:34)

    Tania: Please feel free to contact us via email or by phone for more information regarding our recipes.

  • #19

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Monday, 06 January 2014 11:32)

    Silvia: All our products are made with human-grade, government inspected meats and poultry. Our products are not considered organic.

  • #18

    Tania (Friday, 03 January 2014 16:39)

    Where can I find the recipes and percent content for your products? It's not on your website nor on your packaging. Also, there is not date packed stamp on your packages.

  • #17

    Silvia (Thursday, 02 January 2014 11:07)

    Does your meat have antibiotics or growth hormones?

  • #16

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Wednesday, 18 December 2013 18:15)

    Al: The bones are small, soft pieces that have been finely ground. Thanks for the post!

  • #15

    Al Lyson (Tuesday, 17 December 2013 19:39)

    I am wondering if the bone in your chicken, bone and veggie mix is actually bits of ground up bone, or bone meal, or something else? Thanks

  • #14

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Tuesday, 17 December 2013 18:50)

    K: We include 10% organ meat in all our vegetable blends, along with Plain Beef and Plain Lamb.

  • #13

    K (Monday, 16 December 2013 12:07)

    What percentage of organ meat do you include in the different varieties?

  • #12

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Saturday, 14 December 2013 19:17)

    J: You should be feeding your pup one and a half bars daily.

    Amanda: You should be feeding your dog 2 lbs daily. I would suggest one tube in the morning and one in the evening..

    Our Turkey consists of carcass meat, necks and wings.

  • #11

    Amanda (Thursday, 12 December 2013 14:36)

    I have a 80 pound 4 year old dog. I was wondering if you could confirm how many pounds of raw food I should be feeding him daily.
    Can you also confirm what parts of the Turkey are used in your raw box? He just had pancreatitis and we have been informed he need to eat only lean meats. He has allergies to beef and chicken.

  • #10

    J (Tuesday, 03 December 2013 19:26)

    Thanks! so from one bar of your food I should feed a full bar a day?

  • #9

    Surrey Meat Packers Ltd. (Friday, 29 November 2013 19:30)

    J: Puppies should be fed between 8 to 10% of their ideal body weight, or 2-3% of their adult (full-grown) body weight, daily.

'Crudo' by Surrey Meat Packers' natural raw diet for dogs is available in Surrey, Burnaby, Vancouver and throughout British Columbia.