Thursday, March 20, 2014

Recent Raw Meals

The prey model raw meals from the last week for my three dogs. They weigh 96, 97, and 70 lbs, but all eat roughly the same amount/weight of food.

I feed twice daily. The smaller meals are breakfast, the larger meals are dinner.

This past week, I fed seven different proteins-beef, venison, chicken, goat, sheep/lamb, duck, and turkey. As with humans, variety, including species, cuts, and organs, is important.

Boneless turkey breast chunks.

Chicken leg quarter, sheep liver.

Boneless chicken breast.

Blue Ridge Beef Natural Mix.

Turkey breast chunks.

I missed a picture. Duck necks and ground venison.

Ground green tripe.

Lamb hearts, beef kidney.

Venison ribs, sheep liver.

More turkey chunks.

Turkey hearts, goat spleen.

Beef heart chunks.

Beef chuck roast, sheep liver, chicken foot.

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  1. That looks delicious :) Milo & Jet

  2. Drool, drool over here. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. Quick question, speaking of chicken legs... do they eat the bones... I'm curious... our dogs crush the chicken legs just like it were twigs... but are chickens here are usually 45 the bones don't mature well enough to be sturdy.

    1. Yes. In general, most poultry bones are safe to feed raw. My dogs chomp right through them.


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