By: Valor Stay & Play Host, Meg Rogers There is a lot of information out there regarding how to start feeding your dog a raw diet. When you have decided to make the switch to raw, getting a probiotic and a prebiotic is a good idea to help support a healthy digestive system. You will want to start with a blander protein choice to be safe, and that is usually chicken – but turkey, rabbit or quail can be substituted. These proteins are recommended in the beginning, as opposed to red meat,......
Feeding raw doesn’t have to be complicated. When feeding raw, you want to stick with the 80/10/5/5 Rule: 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, 5% liver and 5% secreting organs. This formula represents a balanced raw diet and is the ‘jumping off’ point for feeding raw. You don’t need to grind meat and you don’t have to thaw meat. You can feed it whole and raw or thawed. There’s no need to cook either – that actually diminishes the nutrients. My motto is “K.I.S.S.” (Keep It Simple Stupid). Here’s what I feed......