Today’s world is ever-so changing. With factory farmed livestock being fed genetically modified grains, and our planet being contaminated with every type of pesticide, fungicide and larvicide, the importance of fresh, organic plants to help detox the body couldn’t be more crucial.

10% of all cancer cases are genetic, 90% are results of lifestyle and environment influences.

Source: Association for Pet Obesity Prevention

Diabetes in dogs has risen over 900% since 2011.

Source: Animal Friends Pet Insurance

Up to 40% of all cancers can be prevented simply by implementing dietary changes.

Source: Canine Nutrigenomics


Mother Nature has been providing such diet for wild dogs since the beginning of time. She provides meat, bones, and organs in the form of the prey animal. Dogs are carnivores, not omnivores, and so have no dietary need for carbohydrates in the form of plant food, at all. What they do need, is the predigested stomach contents (green tripe) of the herbivore prey animal. We want your dog to live long enough with the quality of life he deserves. We believe in challenging the pet industry with a scientific approach to fuel our pets with 100% balanced raw food.

Though low-carb diet has been used in the medical community for many years now, the measurable health benefits have only recently begun to emerge in scientific studies. So far, the findings have been incredible. With ROCKETO, organic, nontoxic, and science-based diet we can help to prevent and treat severe dog health problems, like cancer, epilepsy, obesity, diabetes and more.  We can make sugar (glucose) less available to feed disease while providing ketones as fuel for normal tissue. It’s not an innovation, it’s a revolution in the pet industry!

According to KetoPet the low-carb (ketogenic) diet is effective in improving outcomes when treating canines with cancer. In fact, 55% of the dogs who graduated from the KPS program are still going for long walks, enjoying belly rubs, playing catch, and experiencing a quality of life far beyond their original prognosis.


The dog food that you’re currently feeding Fido is heavily processed and has lost most of its nutritional value when it reaches your dog’s bowl. This means that all the goodness and essential nutrition promised on the package is not actually reaching your dog!

Here are only some of the issues with heavily processed kibble dry dog food:

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, approximately 1 in 4 dogs will, at some stage in their life, develop neoplasia. Almost half of the dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer.

Dogs get cancer at roughly the same rate as humans! That’s not all, though. An estimated of about fifty percent of dogs over the age of 10 years develop cancer at some point in their lives.


Fifty years ago, cancer was practically non-existent.

However, nowadays, it is a common disease, and you can see the incidence rates rising rapidly year after year. It is estimated that 1 in 3 domestic dogs will develop cancer, which is the same incidence of cancer among men!

According to the Warburg theory, was put forward by Otto Warburg in 1924, cancer feeds on sugar–which is what carbohydrates break down to–but that it doesn’t process fats well.

So, according to his theory, a ketogenic diet (low-carb, moderate protein and high-fat) would be able to slow or stop cancer from growing altogether.

A ketogenic diet actually works in slowing down and even stopping the growth of malignant tissue in dogs that have cancer. While scientists research finding the link, pet advocates have embraced the ketogenic diet with pets that have cancer.


While it is mostly believed that epilepsy is genetic, no genetic tests have been successful in determining its cause. In fact, seizures are one of the most frequently reported neurological conditions in dogs.

It has been found that eliminating carbohydrates altogether from a dog’s diet can improve his condition.

recent study found that 48% of the dogs on a ketogenic diet had no seizures at all or had a 50% improvement in their condition while 13% dogs had a reduction in the frequency of seizures. 38% of dogs in the study also has less than a 50% reduction.

Isn’t that amazing!?

In fact, a diet which is high in a ketogenic diet has been linked to the reduction of seizures.  Because high fat helps reduce the excitability of the neurons while the omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids help in reducing the seizure intensity as well as frequency.

Dogs are carnivores and they don’t need carbohydrates in their diets.

A ketogenic diet isn’t everything, though.


Studies show the beneficial effects of ketogenic diet in obese diabetic subjects following its long-term administration. Furthermore, they demonstrate that in addition to its therapeutic value, low carbohydrate diet is safe to use for a longer period of time in obese diabetic dogs.

Obesity is closely linked to the incidence of type II diabetes. It is found that effective management of body weight and changes to nutritional habits especially with regard to the carbohydrate content and glycemic index of the diet have beneficial effects in obese subjects with glucose intolerance.

Ketogenic diet is quite effective in reducing body weight.

Furthermore, it favorably alters the cardiac risk factors even in hyperlipidemic obese subjects.


To ensure your pet’s health, you need to make sure that he’s getting the right amount of probiotics, omega 3, and whole fatty fish in his diet.

Cell regeneration is life.

Your dog’s body keeps constantly replacing itself – it grows new skin every six weeks, a new liver in eight weeks, new nerve cells every month, and so on.

So, almost every cell and tissue in your dog’s body breaks down and is replaced on a regular basis. The bone is reabsorbed into the body and renewed, the cartilage experiences wear and tear, almost everything in your dog’s body constantly undergoes change and repair.

The process of re-growth in tissues, cartilage, and bones is anabolic while the process of breakdown is catabolic.

Together, they are life.