The goal at Smallbatch is to produce the freshest pet food that mimics the animal’s natural eating habits. Their focus is to be the best at what they do – providing a local, healthy, and earth conscious alternative that the consumer can trust with as small a footprint as possible. Their single source protein formulas are sourced locally and are “made to order” to ensure freshness. The Sliders are 97% meat (including muscle meat, organs and bone), 1% produce and 2% supplements. The product isn’t produced until they receive the order from the distributor.
- Locally sourced and produced in California
- Minimally processed to preserve vital nutrients and ensure palatability
- Humanely-raised rabbit - no antibiotics or hormones
- Certified organic fruits and vegetables
- Vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids from whole food sources
- Bee pollen used as multi-vitamin
- Pure, organic, unrefined supplements
About the brand
Just who is smallbatch? We are a small, family owned company founded in 2005 in San Francisco, CA. Inspired by the wonderful local and sustainable sources around us, we set out to make a different kind of raw pet food. All of our ingredients are carefully selected to meet the standards we feel every pet deserves: organic herbs and vegetables, hormone and antibiotic free meats, and only pure honest supplements such as organic kelp and bee pollen.
97% humanely raised and harvested rabbit, 1% organic produce, 2% natural supplements
rabbit including bones, rabbit hearts, rabbit livers, rabbit kidneys, salmon oil, organic dandelion greens, organic apple cider vinegar, organic kelp*, organic bee pollen, organic barley grass, organic cranberries, vitamin e supplement
*OUR ORGANIC KELP IS SOURCED FROM THE PRISTINE WATERS OF ICELAND AND IS THE ONLY INGREDIENT THAT COMES FROM OUTSIDE THE USA.
5 lbs: 2 Sliders per day
10 lbs: 4 Sliders per day
15 lbs: 6 Sliders per day
20 lbs: 8 Sliders per day
For nursing or pregnant cats and kittens, quantities per day can be doubled. Please note that you should always consult your veterinarian especially when it comes to mommas-to-be or nursing cats. These are only guidelines and may need to be adjusted depending on your individual cat’s needs.