What Should I Feed My Pet?

It is important to understand that there are no concrete rules regarding canine nutrition and even specialists may have varying opinions. However, here are some general guidelines on what to feed and how much to feed your pet.

The optimal ratio to follow, which is the one we follow is:

The organs we use in our mixes are liver, lung, heart, kidneys because they add nutritional value.

Whole animals as well as tripe naturally have a balanced ratio of nutrients.

Liver

zinc, manganese, selenium, iron, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B12, C, biotin, folacin and essential fatty acids

Kidneys

protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins A, D, E, K, B1, B2, B3, B5, B, iron and zinc

Heart

protein, B vitamins, iron, essential fatty acids and taurine

Lung

vitamin C, Iron, protein, potassium

HOW MUCH SHOULD I FEED MY PET?

You may use our raw feeding calculator as a general guideline for how much you should feed your pet per day:

You should always pay close attention to your pet’s health and weight and adjust their food accordingly! If your pet is active, you may need to feed it a little extra. On the contrary if your pet is inactive you may want to feed it a little less. Just make sure your pet is at a healthy weight.Also, if your pet does not finish their meal in one sitting, then perhaps you can split their food into two or three servings.