Raw Diet

The following information is what we believe to be the most beneficial diet for our dogs

How much to feed

Adjust where needed either increase or decrease.  This is just a guide, your dog is an individual with individual needs. Keep breed, metabolism and exercise level in mind.  

For adults

  • 2-3% of their current weight or ideal body weight

For puppies

  • 2-4 months = 8-10% of current body weight
  • 4-6 months = 6-8% of current body weight
  • 6-8 months = 4-6% of current body weight
  • 8-12 months = 3-4% of current body weight


We follow the 80/10/10 rule

  • 80% meat (70% if feeding Veg & Fruit)
  • 10% bone
  • 10% organs (5% Liver)

Feed as meat

Freeze wild prey and fish for at least 2-3 weeks to kill parasites

Always feed raw meat, never cook the meat as you take out the necessary trace elements and phosphorous

  • Fillets
  • Cheeks
  • Hearts (Under 15%)
  • Lung
  • Green Tripe (Under 15%
  • Fish & Eggs (2-3 times a week)
  • Beef
  • Roo
  • Chicken
  • Mutton
  • Goat
  • Brisket

Ideal fish are high in Omega 3, fatty acids, DHA, EPA and low in mercury

  • Sardines
  • Mackerel
  •  Salmon

Don’t buy tinned fish in olive oil or tomato sauce. Don’t feed smoked or cured fish


NEVER feed any cooked bones

Feed as bones

Avoid weight baring bones as they can chip teeth. Too much bone can cause constipation

  • Carcass: chicken, duck, quail, rabbit
  • Ribs: lamb, goat
  • Necks: duck, chicken, turkey, goat, lamb
  • Pigs trotters
  • Poultry legs & wings


NEVER feed cooked or smoked bones

Feed as organs

5% Liver & 5% excreting organs

  • Liver
  • Brains
  • Kidney
  • Spleen
  • Pancreas
  • Testicles


We are not nutritionist nor experts on the matter. Please do your research before making any decisions