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The Complete Meal

Delivery • Raw frozen dog and cat food.

Packed and ready-to-eat raw meat for cats and dogs.

Made from organic, free-range, and human-grade ingredients, The Complete Meal is a selection of raw frozen food formulated for dogs and cats.

What is it?

The Complete Meal is the brainchild of The Complete Pet Company. It offers single protein and blended protein options, which are then sold in small-sized patties or large-sized rolls.

Who’s behind it?

Jenny Golsby, a dog trainer and owner of Complete Canine Communication, and her partner Graham Fels. They are based in Queensland, Australia.

How much will it cost me?

For cat owners, four flavours are offered: chicken (17.25 AUD), chicken/kangaroo (17.40 AUD), kangaroo (17.50 AUD), and kangaroo/beef (18.50 AUD). These come in 10 100-gram patties.

For dog owners, seven flavours are available: chicken, kangaroo, beef, goat, turkey, venison/goat, and beef/kangaroo. The price of a box of two-kilogram patties starts at 28.50 AUD, while the price of 2-kilogram rolls starts at 26.50 AUD.

The cost does not include the delivery fee, which is dependent on where you live.

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate.

How does it help me right now?

Due to the uncertainty surrounding shop openings and closures, The Complete Meal makes a good addition to your list of go-to online stores for raw dog and cat food options.

Why is it better than the offline or traditional alternative?

The Complete Pet Company ships weekly to various locations throughout Australia. There is no minimum order for delivery, nor do you need to subscribe to their meal plan. They can deliver straight to your address and leave the package at your door.

Where can I get it?

Get more details about The Complete Meal here.




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