Nature's Cure: Joint Support Solution

Elevate Pet Health Naturally


In the pursuit of your pet’s well-being, the answer lies in nature’s embrace. Introducing Natural Animal Solutions’ Joint Support, the holistic remedy your beloved companion deserves.

Crafted to alleviate the discomfort associated with joint issues, this potent blend of natural ingredients is a testament to the healing power of Mother Nature. Whether your furry friend struggles with arthritis, hip dysplasia, or simply the wear and tear of daily activity, our Joint Support offers a gentle yet effective solution.

What sets this formula apart is its meticulous selection of ingredients, each chosen for its proven ability to promote joint health and mobility. From glucosamine and chondroitin to MSM and green-lipped mussel extract, every component works synergistically to support cartilage repair, reduce inflammation, and enhance flexibility.

Gone are the days of relying on synthetic pharmaceuticals with potential side effects. With Natural Animal Solutions’ Joint Support, you can provide your pet with the care they deserve, free from harmful chemicals and additives.

Experience the transformative power of nature and witness your pet’s renewed vitality and happiness. Elevate their wellness journey with Natural Animal Solutions’ Joint Support and embrace a future of holistic health and vitality.

Product Ingredients Guide


A compendium of the natural ingredients used in our products.

At NAS we harness the science in nature. All natural ingredients are sourced by us and hand-blended in Melbourne. Free from fillers, every ingredient used is high quality and carefully researched. Natural remedies have been used for centuries and we’re passionate about providing safe, affordable supplements, easy to add to any food bowl.

They are safe and they work. We have compiled a useful compendium containing many of the natural ingredients found in our products. Click the link below to download your guide.

Home BARF Feeding Guide


Making your own NAS Fresh RAW Chicken, Beef or Duck.

Our team here at Natural Animal Solutions are passionate about all things Natural. Whilst it was no longer feasible for us to produce our fabulous Fresh RAW products, we’re very happy to share some guidelines on how to go about creating your own version at home.


Start by having a chat with your local butcher for the meat cuts as they’ll source high quality ingredients and may help with mincing. All the veggies used in Fresh RAW were raw, but you can cook them, particularly if your pet has a sensitive gut. If you plan to make very large batches, then you may blanche the vegetables in boiling water for a short period so they last longer in the freezer.

The recipe offered here replicates the NAS Fresh RAW Beef product so you can follow the same feeding quantities as your dog is used to. Do not substitute out any of the fruit or vegetables.

Ingredients – 3kg batch:

  • 2kg of chicken OR beef OR duck mince – preferably lean
  • 300 grams of chicken hearts OR beef hearts OR duck hearts – minced or finely diced
  • 100 grams of carrot – finely diced with skin on
  • 100 grams of sweet potatoes – finely diced with skin on
  • 100 grams of zucchini – finely diced with skin on
  • Optional: 75 grams of apple – finely diced with skin on – 1 small apple
  • Optional: 75 grams of pear – finely diced with skin on – 1 small pear

NAS’ Fresh RAW also contained a bone component, which was very finely ground down, providing essential nutrition. Ground bones however is not easily replicated at home, so we recommend adding DigestaVite Plus for prebiotics and multi vitamins, Omega Oils and Nature’s Organic Calcium.

Directions: Combine the meat ingredients into a large bowl and mix together, mix in the veggies and add the fruit last. Adding a small amount of water can help to combine everything together. Divide into meal portions and freeze immediately. Thaw out in the fridge only enough to last 2 to 3 days.

Disclaimer: Before transitioning your pet to a BARF diet or any other specialized diet, it’s essential to consult with a veterinarian or animal nutritionist. They can help you make an informed decision based on your pet’s specific needs and health conditions, ensuring they receive a balanced and safe diet.

A PDF version of these instructions is also available to download.