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Alec Barfield
Green Tripe is Food as Dog Intended

Green Tripe is Food as Dog Intended

Your dog's gut is a complicated space. Give it some care with a true super food! What does tripe do? A well-functioning digestive system needs to be equipped with nourishing bacteria, enzymes, and other gastric juices to efficiently break down and utilize food. Even a dog on a well-balanced raw diet can benefit from probiotics, which are live micro-organisms that restore gut flora.

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Alec Barfield
Managing an Idahound Subscription

Managing an Idahound Subscription

Here at Idahound, we've gotten a few questions about managing subscriptions to our products. If you've subscribed to a product or set of products, how do you make edits to it? How do you change an address? The quick video below will explain these questions and more. 

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Alec Barfield
Welcome to the redesigned Idahound.com!

Welcome to the redesigned Idahound.com!

Current Idahound customers will undoubtably notice that we have changed the design of our website. But we did more than a basic face lift - we've also added some long-overdue functionality that will help make your life easier as customers. We added a subscribe and save option, enabling you to set up recurring orders of your favorite products. We added an improved customer portal so you can view your order history, manage you subscriptions and view and edit your addresses. Finally, in changing our website platform, we hopefully fixed a slew of bugs and website issues from our old website. More on each of these below.  Subscribe and...

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Alec Barfield
Local Food Alliance profiles Idahound co-owner, Alec Barfield

Local Food Alliance profiles Idahound co-owner, Alec Barfield

As co-founder of Idahound, Alec Barfield is helping redefine the term “dog food.” The local company, which Barfield launched in January 2014 with partners John Davidson and Chris Cey, makes raw dog food, chews and treats from sheep who are done lambing. Their recipe also includes apples gleaned from fruit trees throughout the valley, carrots and butternut squash, all of which would otherwise end up in the dump. Processing the animals himself weekly, Alec is determined to use every last part of each sheep. Subscribe To Our Newsletter! Want the latest Idahound news delivered to your inbox? Enter your email here. We'll never share your email with...

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