This pre-ground recipe is made for a 5lb dog with moderate energy needs. It contains moderate fat, low carbohydrates and moderate fiber levels. This recipe includes ground raw bones. All meat ingredients, other than eggs, can be purchased from My Pet Carnivore. Please note that this recipe does include estimated values and there will be variances in nutritional analysis depending on the user’s chosen fruits and vegetables. This recipe should not be used for individual cases where precise nutritional analysis is necessary.
Created by Jenny Ryoo at Sit Stay & Beyond Nutrition
Skinned Whole Rabbit without Head or Feet RMB, Sweet Potato, Fruit and Vegetable Mix (Various), Canned Sardine in Water, Beef Tripe (My Pet Carnivore), My Pet Carnivore Ground Beef Organ Mix, Chicken Egg, Solgar Chelated Zinc tablets, NOW Kelp 150mcg tablets, Bob’s Mill Nutritional Yeast, Solgar Liquid Vitamin E Drops, Solgar Vitamin D3 1000 IU Tablets
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Nutrient & Pet Profile Information
5 lb / 2.3 kg Adult Dog
Not fit for seniors
With Raw Bone
Low Carbohydrate (10% on a caloric basis)
Kcal per day:
Starting at 185 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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