Your Raw Pet food specialists
Give your precious pet the gift of health with preservative free, additive free, raw pet food.
If you are considering trying raw pet food for your pet, good on you! The benefits of choosing raw pet food are endless. From cleaner teeth and fresher breath to better weight control and improved digestion. We understand how much you love your pet. What better way to show them than filling their tummies with ultimate nutrients, without any added nasties.
At Hungry Pet we keep the preservatives and additives out, to ensure the food we produce is as natural and nutritious as can be. We have been operating our own processing facility for over 20 years, so you can feel comfortable knowing that we’ve perfected the art of creating nourishing, nutrient dense, delicious meals for your pet.
Specialists in raw pet food
- Healthier immune system
- Healthier skin and coat
- Stronger jaws
- Increase in vigor and vitality
- Happier pets
Is your fur baby having joint issues? Arthritis? Did you know green lipped mussel powder is what you need! Our premium grade organic green lipped mussel powder is available from both our shops and soon to be online 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
Our Fitzroy shop is closing at 4.30 today, Moturoa is open until 5.30 🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
would not have any idea just know every time i drive past no one there
Veal is back on the menu 🐾🙌
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For all dog owners, this is very interesting. Remember all dogs are different and handle situations differently 🐾REACTIVITY MISUNDERSTOOD
Reactive dogs are often misunderstood. A dog that is reacting to a situation is not trying to be difficult, they are having a difficult time coping with that particular situation and are trying their best to make the scary thing go away.
Reactivity is generally triggered by the emotion of fear. The fear of whatever is scaring them, a fear of a valuable possession being taken away or a fear of a strange person or animal coming into their territory. Anxiety, stress, over excitement, over stimulation, feeling overwhelmed, trigger stacking, or a dog that is tired, in pain or even has chronic itching will often feel irritable and may be reactive in certain situations. If their reactivity is successful in making the scary thing go away, it becomes a rewarding behaviour because it’s something that works for them and it makes them feel better.
It’s not easy to be the owner of a reactive dog. One of my dogs is reactive and I know first-hand how dogs like this can leave you feeling embarrassed, ashamed, angry or frustrated. Why do they have to be so difficult, why can’t they just behave normally? Everyone is looking at me, judging me, thinking that I’m a bad owner, have no training skills, can’t control my dog or have a vicious dog that shouldn’t be taken out in public.
As hard as it may be, we need to take the focus off how we as owners feel about their reactivity and focus on how our dogs are feeling and what is causing their reaction. Whatever it is, it’s not something our dogs can overcome on their own and we need to take steps to help them cope. Reactive dogs need compassion, understanding, management, force free, positive reinforcement interventions and decompression – (a return to a normal, more relaxed state after a period of intense stress, psychological pressure, or urgent activity). These techniques take time and patience but are so important in helping our dogs to feel safe and learn more acceptable ways of coping.
I have learnt through many mistakes, to recognise what triggers my reactive dog and take steps to either avoid those situations, provide enough distance, or provide her with an alternative choice where she feels safe and in control of her environment. There will always be unexpected triggers around the next corner that are not within our control, but doing all we can to manage these triggers has immeasurable benefits. ... See MoreSee Less
Bella is happy it’s the weekend 🐾
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This beautiful girl came into our Fitzroy shop for some yummy natural treats 🐾
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Tricia Jamieson our dogs mixed into one ? 😂
Great service as always!New freezers supplied by Stealth for the new Hungry Pet Fitzroy store #freezer #rawpetfood ... See MoreSee Less
Looks great well done 👏
Looks awesome , well done 👏
Looks great, can’t wait to visit
Looks fabulous Leanne 👏
Need to visit in weekend ah
Kaye Allen worth a good look in Fitzroy in old chemist
Does discount include raw food?
Lisa Michelle Raymond
Looking fabulous 😊🦴🐾
For the opening of our new Fitzroy shop (the old pharmacy) we thought we would offer 10% off store wide for the next week!
Now if we get 100 likes we will offer it in our Moturoa shop and online 🐾
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Thanks to everyone who came to our Fitzroy shop opening, we appreciate your support 🐾
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Congrats on the new shop. Sorry I couldn’t be there for the opening but I’ll be in next week to place my monthly order. I’m sure it would’ve been a great success.
Love the new shop it’s fabulous! And loved seeing you guys of course 🥰
Can’t wait to see the shop. Will be in with our new addition in the next few months x
We couldn’t get in on Saturday, but will be there for our big order on Friday and to see your awesome new shop.
What a bunch of a lovely group of ladies.. Well done🥰😘