How Nom Nom Does Fresh
Nom Nom has built healthy, fresh recipes for dogs and cats. How did we do it? Learn about how Nom Nom has addressed pet food for happier and healthier pets.
Thinking of going fresh? Good choice. And an even better choice going with Nom Nom.
This summer, more than any past, is all about traveling safely and smartly. Especially with our pets. Because they have cabin-fever just the same as us. (Ignore the negative connotations if you’re planning a mountain vacation in a log cabin. Sounds great.)
On a freshly cooked diet like NomNomNow, you can rotate between different dog food recipes without a transition. The fresh recipes are similar enough in composition that there is typically no problem, and rotating recipes weekly will help keep your dog excited about different flavors and nutrient profiles.
Dogs tend to get very excited about starting a fresh diet, so a little begging-for-more is to be expected. But we want the transition to fresh to be easy on their stomachs. That's why we recommend giving your dog half Nom Nom and half their current food for a week and gradually working your way up to full portions. This transition gives them the comfort of their current food while they experience the novelty and excitement of their new, fresh Nom Nom. So even if they beg, please stick to the transition plan, and know that they only want more because of the delicious flavor.
The NomNomNutrient Mix has been carefully designed for the nutrient composition of ingredients in each recipe, as well as for the different life stages of your dog. These nutrients are the same as those found naturally within foods.
There are one or two forms of calcium in our home-cooked dog food recipes - dicalcium phosphate and calcium carbonate. While other dog foods may utilize bone meal as a source of calcium, the danger is that it could contain heavy metals and other contaminants.
Here at Nom Nom, we have a unique take on delivering fresh food for your dogs, directly to your door. Most importantly for your dog is that the meals are individually portioned, weighed to the gram so that we know exactly how many calories your dog receives with each meal and can carefully monitor changes over time.