Raw Food Diet For Dogs – Balancing Explained For Beginners



Go over the basics of what you need to create a balanced raw meal for your dog. This is just a sample meal and what works best for my dog. I hope this can help you feel less intimidated! Below I have listed helpful links for beginners that go into a little more detail

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  2. Why is a ratio diet being used, there is science based nutrition that supports the use of the NRC(National Research council) nutritional guidelines. With using the nutritional guidelines it’s overall more supportive to ensure nutrients are being met and balanced using fresh foods and supplements. It gives a complete nutrient analysis of the diet and calories based on the dogs nutrient and calorie needs.

  3. My dog loves raw food, but we cannot get all the gizzards and such that you can purchase at your local supermarket. I am looking around for sources, but have a question about feeding necks. How do I make sure there isn't any thyroid in there, so she does not get overdosed and develops thyroid problems?

  4. So we make all our own food for our dogs but I have a hard time with the Malti-Poo and the Husky eating the same way. The Malti seems to like more veggies and will finish up the plate of the Husky and the Husky gets so bored. I do fear uncooked food for the Malti. Do you believe a raw food diet can work for all breeds?

  5. Heyyy by any chance can you make a video that details the nutrients that puppies can’t produce and what foods we can use to fill in those gaps. I would really appreciate it:) I just got a beautiful husky Shepard and she’s been loving her food but I just want to make sure she gets everything she needs. Love your videos!!

  6. Hey!!! To keep it safer for my dog, I wanted to cook the meat by boiling it. I have to questions about that:

    I know cooked chicken bones aren’t safe for them, but I was wondering if cooked pork bones were safe?

    Also, I’ve learned that some nutrients is lost when cooking them (often in the juice), so if I were to give them the water used to boil the meat for drinking, would that provide the lost nutrients to them?

  7. We ALWAYS feed  B.A.R.F  ….. The B.A.R.F diet stands for two common phrases: 'Biologically Appropriate Raw Food' and 'Bones and Raw Food'. Founded by veterinarian and nutritionist Dr. Ian Billinghurst, the principle is to feed dogs the diet they evolved to eat—a raw diet composed of  and greens that are fresh, uncooked and wild. Our cats and dogs have ZERO vet bills !!

  8. I had been feeding my dog a high end food for all of her 9 years which was high in oil. She developed dental disease which spread to her kidneys. Her blood panel was terrible with high BUN numbers. I have slowly started introducing raw foods to her. I gave her a raw chicken wing to eat and she loved it! I noticed a lot of tartar removed after a few crunchings on them. It is interesting to see she naturally knows how to chew it into little pieces. I never knew how vulnerable small dogs are to dental disease by feeding them these "high end" kibble foods. I also never knew how good raw meaty bones, even chicken wings, are so good for their dental health.

  9. I just found your channel and I love it! I've always wanted to feed raw and make it completely balanced for my dog and cat who are both 2 almost 3 years old. But my biggest fear was making it up balanced and hurting them or making them sick because of missing an important vitamin or mineral. You've eased my fears on that I would love to reach out to you to ask you a few questions sometime! Thank you again!

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