Estimate approximately 50% of the
dog food diet to consist of raw meat.
Raw food diet means NOT cooked! It
is fine to cook it, but cook the dogs
food as little as possible until you
feel comfortable feeding raw food
diet to your dogs. Feed turkey, duck,
beef, lamb, or venison. It's OK to
serve the same kind of meat for 3
to 4 days, then switch if possible.
Steady feeding of the same food can
lead to unnecessary hypersensitivities
For a balanced raw food diet feed
oats because they seem to digest more
completely. Cover them with boiling
water and let soften for 20 minutes.
Alternatively, give smashed potatoes,
noodles, brown rice to the dogs food.
add freshly juiced vegetable and fruits
- Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, G, K, potassium,
calcium. I use carrots as the base
and add a few others to vary the raw
food diet daily.
- helps with oxygen metabolism, with
the adrenal and thyroid glands, healing
for the genito-urinary tract.
organic sodium (maintains fluidity
of blood and lymph). Natural diuretic,
helpful for arthritis, water retention,
Sprouts, Zucchini, Corn, Apple,
Banana, Mango… or whatever your
dog likes is always good for a raw
raw yellow and green colored foods
to the dogs diet, they are great toxin
relievers for the body. Watermelon
is one of the best free radical scavengers.
Tofu is a high source
Once a week you can add:
Cheese-cubes, 1 boiled egg, plain
yogurt to the dog food
all of the ingredients together in
a blender with about 1/2 cup warm
A variety of vegetables is important
to provide all of the vitamins,
minerals, and enzymes required.
give raw Broccoli, Brussels sprouts,
Beans, Turnip and Cabbage to the dog
food diet, they cause intestinal gas,
which you should avoid. Sambal, Onions,
Peppers, Tomato, Spinach, and Cucumbers
are also to be avoided in the dog
food; they don't digest very well.
those who like to feed commercial
dog food, I advise you to read
the label of all dry and canned
foods. Use merely dog food that contains HUMAN GRADE MEAT
to give your dog a reasonable, long
and healthy life. Avoid dog food
ingredients like BHA, BHT, or Ethoxyquin.