This recipe is designed to be a grocery store recipe- one where you could likely easily source ingredients from traditional grocery stores. This is for a low to slightly moderate energy 100 lb dog, with some wiggle room up or down in weight. If your dog is sensitive to histamine, source raw sardines or contact me for a quick upgrade on this recipe to swap to a supplement. This recipe contains calories largely coming from fat and protein, for this reason, dogs sensitive to fat should not consume the recipe.
Created by Feed Thy Dog
Ground beef 15%, chicken breast, beef liver, chicken heart (or beef), cooked butternut squash (or pumpkin, sweet potato or acorn squash option), kale, carrots, blueberries, animal essentials seaweed calcium (or calcium and magnesium supplement- inquire for substitution), Solgar Chelated Zinc 22 mg, NOW Kelp 150 mcg, Solgar Chelated Manganese 8 mg, Thorne B Complex Vet (or pork- ask), Chicken Wing with Skin and Bone, Chicken Egg (or other egg source), canned sardines (or raw), Solgar Vitamin E 200 IU softgels
Links to supplements are provided.
14 day, 7 day, or daily made fresh
Nutrient & Pet Profile Information
100 lb / 45.5 kg Adult Dog
Not fit for seniors
With Raw Bone
Moderate Fat (~3 x the RA)
Moderate Protein (~3 x the RA)
Low Carbohydrate (less than 10% on a caloric basis)
Moderate Fiber (3.1% DMB)
Kcal per day:
Starting at 1765 kcal
Includes prep instructions, nutrient analysis, recipe, and ability to transfer to RFN sheet (RFN sheet users).
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Please note that all dogs are unique and some dogs may need very specific formulations done. This or other formulations may not be a fit for every dog because dogs have varying energy needs and tolerance to ingredients and macronutrient levels. None of these recipes are suitable for health conditions, for growth, for lactation, or reproduction. These are for adult, healthy dogs or cats only. If you would like a recipe altered for your dog, please contact the recipe formulator.
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