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Local Baltimore USDA certified dog food

K-9 Kraving Dog Food is the first and only dog food company to receive the United States Department of Agriculture‘s certification.  Formally a hot dog producer, Boesl Packing Company, Inc. changed their business plan in 2000, and introduced their line of healthy, raw pet food.

All K-9 Kraving products are manufactured in Baltimore at Boesl’s Belair Road plant, using only USDA inspected ingredients.  All free-range bison, turkey, beef, chicken, duck, mackerel, bone and vegetables used in the K-9 Kraving diet are grown or raised in the United States.

A number of different products are available from K-9 Kraving and are packaged in one or two-pound air-tight chubs or vacuum sealed patties.  Meal products are frozen until thawed and served, and treats are available in snack bags.

According to K-9 Kraving’s website,

“USDA Certification means the United States Department of Agriculture formally confirms the integrity of K-9 Kraving brand products as genuine and guarantees a higher standard. During production, a USDA agent is present—inspecting every ingredient and their sources, ensuring equipment, water, food handling and employees maintain strict sanitation codes. As a result, K-9 Kraving carries the distinctive USDA Certified seal. (A-17095)”

K-9 Kraving raw diet dog food is available at Dogma – Life, With Your Pet in Mt. Washington, PetDepot in Timonium and Graul’s Market in Hereford.  Other retailers in Maryland and across the U.S. can be found here.


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