The process behind the raw meals you see in pictures 😁 It's super quick and easy! It took me less than 2 minutes to get everything out and feed it to my dog. This is 3/4 of Zero's raw meal. In order shown, the meal includes: ground beef, pork heart, pork shoulder, quail egg, apple cider vinegar (ACV), sardine/anchovy oil, turmeric paste, raw goats milk (with turmeric and cinnamon), and green lipped mussel. #ThePrimalPet#RawFed#Prep
#Repost @kronk_the_doberman (@get_repost)
Got my first order from @rawfeedingmiami in today and I'm actually stoked to prep tomorrow! So excited, I'm going to go live! If you want a sneak peek at how I prep, you should tune in. #rawfed#rawfeddog#rawfeedingmiami
I ♥️this coat so much this had to be reposted for #throwbackthursday . Too bad this coat only fits around my head now! #Repost @clarencethedobie (@get_repost)
#tbt Bringing tweed back into style! #tweed
The best part about feeding Duke raw his love of wanting to eat his meals. On kibble, he'd only eat about 1/4 of what he was supposed to amd that was after letting the kibble sit in his bowl all day. Now at 5:30AM he sits in front of the fridge because he knows it's time for breakfast ☺️
what in your breakfast bowl?
- beef blend - turkey carcas - green tripe
- lake smelts - hering oil
- joint supplement - trimineral boost
- bone brooth - organic rice w/ coconut oil n flax seeds - green veggie juice
- pumpkin puree - kefir w/ blueberries
💥if you're interested in switching to a species appropriate raw diet, do your research first! i'd be happy to answer any questions- send me a DM! 💥
R A W | B O N E S!
If you don’t brush your dog’s teeth with a toothbrush, you need another way to get the tarter and plaque off of their teeth. Excess tartar and plaque build-up can cause: •Bad Breath •Cavities •Gingivitis •Bacterial Infection in Heart Valve •Liver Abscesses •Sepsis •Osteomyelitis
Raw bones provide your dog with wonderful dental benefits as well as nutritional, physical and mental benefits! Because bones are composed of calcium phosphate, a raw bone can help a canine’s skeletal system to regenerate and adapt!
When choosing a raw bone to feed your dog, you must consider: •The size of your dog! •What food are you currently feeding determines whether you'd aim for a recreational chew or a raw meaty bone. •What kind of chewer your dog is is also an important safety factor to consider. Aggressive chewers should avoid weight baring bones.
Lastly, any raw bones introduced to your dog need to be supervised!
For more information, check out: https://therawfeedingcommunity.com/2017/03/14/bone-fat-content-percentages-in-raw-meaty-bones/