Raw Paws Complete Chicken Pet Food vs. Totally Ferret Turkey, Venison, Lamb

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Raw Paws Complete Chicken Pet Food

Freeze-Dried Raw

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Totally Ferret Turkey, Venison, Lamb

Kibble

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Score
A+
Score
C
Summary

Summary

Totally Ferret has a better protein to fat ratio. However, Raw Paws's ratio is not bad. (The ideal ratio is 2 to 1.) Raw Paws has much fewer ingredients, which is usually a good thing. Both foods are mostly free of fruits, veggies, and grains. Both foods are pea-free.

Protein Content

Protein Content

45%
35%
Fat Content

Fat Content

27%
20%
Fiber Content

Fiber Content

2.2%
1.8%
Protein to Fat Ratio

Protein to Fat Ratio

1.67 to 1
1.75 to 1
Total Ingredients

Total Ingredients

5
18
Meat Content

Meat Content

3 total
high concentration, high quality
7 total
low quality
Fruits, Veggies, and Grains

Fruits, Veggies, and Grains

None
3 total
low concentration
Pea-free

Pea-free

Yes
Yes
Sugar-free

Sugar-free

Yes
Yes
Controversial ingredient-free

Controversial ingredient-free

Yes
Yes
Remarks
Single Protein Source Recommend mixing with another protein source for variety.
High Meat Percentage 100% meat, organs, and bone.
High Quality Meat the meat ingredients are mostly pure (meat, organs, fats, & oils).
Good Protein-to-Fat Ratio 1.67 to 1.
Grain-Free Grains are linked to insulinoma.
Pea-Free Peas are linked to kidney and bladder stones.
No Fruits, Grains, or Vegetables
No Sugars or Carcinogens
Limited Ingredients 5 total (not counting vitamins, minerals, and preservatives).
Chicken-Free Good for ferrets that are sensitive to chicken. See all
5 Protein Sources Turkey, eggs, fish, venison, and lamb.
Low Quality Meat the meat ingredients are mostly by-products.
Good Protein-to-Fat Ratio 1.75 to 1.
Has Grains Linked to insulinoma.
Pea-Free Peas are linked to kidney and bladder stones.
No Sugars or Carcinogens

Ingredients

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Ingredients

ground chicken with bone chicken heart chicken liver herring oil mixed tocopherols d-alpha tocopherol

 

turkey meal dried egg product brown rice poultry fat catfish meal rice flour ground corn meal cooked potatoes liver meal venison meal