Creating a Raw Diet
Raw meaty bones are a complex source of biologically balanced minerals and ideal for your dog’s mental and dental health. Chicken wings are a good starter bone but do take into consideration the size of your dog by giving a bone large enough that it can’t be swallowed in one gulp. Feed them 2 to 3 times a week and always under supervision.
Vegetables are not a required food source, but a careful selection can provide valuable nutrients, and add fibre and variety to a dog’s diet. Fed whole they will generally pass through undigested. Depending on the type of vegetable, preparing them by pureeing, steaming or baking will make them easy to digest and therefore make full use of the nutrients.
Fruits and Berries such as blueberries, raspberries and strawberries can also be of some benefit.
Supplements are not essential unless your dog has specific health problems or medical conditions.
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Not sure how much raw food to feed? Use our helpful calculator here to find out how much your dog needs on a daily basis.
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*These are guideline weights for adult dogs only; puppies require different percentages according to their age.
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