Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Recent Raw Meals

 Most of the prey model raw meals from the last two weeks 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.

Typically all breakfasts are boneless, and every other dinner contains bone.  I usually serve liver with the bone-in dinners, and "other" organs with the boneless dinners. 

I feed as many different proteins and cuts as I can source.  As with humans, variety in diet is important.
Disgusting pictures of raw food for dogs after the break.





All breakfasts were Sojos dehydrated raw.  Some included dehydrated beef, turkey, or lamb, or I added my own meat to the grain-free premix.
Fresh (wink, wink) chicken back, beef heart chunks, beef liver.

A very large, split pork heart.

Beef chunks, beef kidney.

Beef chunks, beef lung (frozen).

Ground venison, duck neck, beef liver.

Beef heart chunks, chicken neck, chicken wing, beef liver.

Beef tongue, duck necks.

Goat neck, turkey hearts.

Pork heart, ribeye steak. 

Beef chunks, lamb spleen.

5 comments:

  1. fresh chicken back? did you mention "fresh" as in freshly slaughtered from your flock of chicken? that asshole rooster? =D

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  2. So having so much organ meat in one meal goes down well with your dogs? I'm afraid to try it so I still give them a small amount. I'm thinking of switching to serving organ meat a couple times a week (but more).

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    1. I don't count heart as an organ meat, but they do fine with 3-6 oz of liver or kidney per dinner.

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  3. Wow, your dogs are really getting a huge amount of proteins from those meals. It's surprising that I didn't knew that dogs could eat so much in a day. Maybe it's because I've never had a dog.

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Thanks for the howls!!