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DIY RAW FEEDING GUIDE
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The information given on this page is intended as a guideline only, each dog should be monitored individually as they adapt to their new diet.

DIY raw feeding is a great way to inject a variety of proteins and textures into to your dog's diet. Easily eliminate allergens and introduce your dog to exciting combinations of meat, offal and bone.

DIY raw is great for dogs who are picky about mince texture or eat minced completes too quickly. It's also great fun as an owner to watch them getting stuck in!

MEAT: 80%


Meat will make up the bulk of your dogs DIY raw diet. It is important to include a variety of proteins weekly as different meats contain vitamins and nutrients your dog needs.

Feed fish no more than 2-3 times a week. Freeze salmon and wild prey for 2 weeks to kill parasites. Limit heart to 15% of meat intake.

  • TRIM

  • BRISKET

  • FILLETS

  • CHEEK

  • LUNG

  • GREEN TRIPE

  • FISH

  • HEART

  • TRACHEA

  • GIZZARD

  • TONGUE

OFFAL: 10%

Offal should make up 10% of your dog's diet. Organs are rich in nutrients and provide vital vitamins for your dog's health.

5% of the offal should be liver, the other 5% a secreting organ such as kidney, spleen or pancreas. Too much offal can lead to runny stools. Too much liver can cause Vitamin A overdose.

  • LIVER

  • KIDNEY

  • SPLEEN

  • PANCREAS

  • TESTICLES

BONE: 10%

Bone will make up the final 10% of your dog's raw diet. These provide important minerals and calcium for your dog and help to keep their teeth clean. 

NOTE: Too much bone can cause constipation • Always supervise your dog when feeding bone • Never give your dog cooked bones.

  • POULTRY NECKS

  • POULTRY CARCASSES

  • POULTRY WINGS

  • POULTRY LEGS

  • POULTRY FEET

  • PIG TROTTERS

  • MARROWBONE

  • LAMB/PORK RIBS

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EXAMPLE OF A DIY RAW MEAL:

(A 30KG DOG CONSUMING 3% OF THEIR BODYWEIGHT DAILY)

In this example we're taking a large active dog whose intake is 3% of their bodyweight, 900g.

If feeding two meals a day, divide these values by 2.

80%, 720g, is boneless meat: beef and salmon chunks.

10% is bone: one 90g chicken wing.

5% is 45g of liver chunks, and the final 5% is 45g of kidney chunks.

example-bowl

Note: Divide these values by two if feeding your dog 2 meals a day.

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