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Fremont BARF Co-op

target United States, California, Herald 95638

Serving the San Francisco East Bay area, or beyond if you are willing to come pick up your order, Fremont BARF Co-op specialized in quality, human-grade raw meats for your cat or dog. They have a large selection of whole carcass, meaty bones, organs and veggies. They have one buy every month with a pick-up site in Fremont. There are no membership fees and no minimum purchase. Volunteering to help with orders on pick-up day is always appreciated.

  • 12651 Clay Station Rd
    Herald, CA 95638
  • 209-748-2911

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The Fremont BARF Co-op is a local buyers co-op for a group of people who have chosen to feed a BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food, or Bones and Raw Food), raw food diet to their dogs and cats. We are mostly located in the San Francisco East Bay Area, in California. If you are willing to come from further away to pick-up your orders, that's fine too.
 
We have a large selection of quality whole carcasses, muscle meats, meaty bones, organ meats, veggies (greens), supplements and treats available through the co-op. We currently have one buy every month. Anyone who is looking for a supplier of high-quality, human-grade raw foods for their pets, has access to e-mail/computer and is willing to pick-up their orders in Fremont, can join the co-op. There are no membership fees and no minimum order requirements.

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Main Location: United States, California, Herald

  • Please call for the date and time of the next buy.
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