Benefits of Raw Feeding
Healthier Teeth and Gums
A natural diet will improve your dogs raw food and meaty bones promoting
chewing, thereby reducing plaque and bacteria which cause bad breath.
Healthier Skin and Coat
Unnecessary added chemical and anti-oxidants can lead to skin allergies
and fur problems, changing to a more natural diet can lead to improved skin
and a shinier coat, also making them less prone to itching and scratching.
Boosted Immune System
With a raw diet your dog will get the natural nutrients, vitamins and
minerals to build a stronger resistance to sickness and disease.
Feeding a diet based on natural ingredients rather than chemical
substitutes the risk of irritable bowels, producing smaller stools and yes
Increased Energy and Vitality
With a raw diet you are in more control of the building block ingredients
such as glucosamine and other minerals reducing the risk of arthritis and
other joint issues before they age.
DO NOT FEED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING – SALT, ONION, GRAPES, RAISINS, WALNUTS, AVOCADO, CHOCOLATE, APPLE SEEDS, ANY FRUIT PITS, GREEN TOMATOES, MACADAMIA NUTS, XYLITOL SWEETENER, CAFFEINE – TEA – COFFEE
Feed according to current weight
Age 7-10 Weeks / 1.75-2.5 months Feed 8-10%
Age 10-16 Weeks / 2.4 – 4 months Feed 7.5 – 8.5%
Age 16-20 Weeks / 4 – 5 months Feed 6.5 – 7.5%
Age 20-24 Weeks / 5-6 months Feed 5.5 – 6.5%
Age 24-36 weeks / 6-9 months Feed 4.5 – 5.5%
Age 36-56 weeks / 9-14 months Feed 3.4-4.5%
Age 56-68 Weeks / 14-17 months Feed 3.5%
Age 60 Weeks+ / 17 months+ Feed 2-3%
Feed 2-3% of ideal ADULT weight.
Puppies under 4 months split into 4+ meals a day
4-6 months feed 3 meals a day
6 months – 1 year Feed twice a day
1 year + feed once or twice a day as needed.
*Smaller breeds may reach full growth sooner thn large breeds, this should be used as a GUIDE to maintain healthy growth and weight.
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