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Welcome to Raw Foodie Friday where I'll be sharing recipes of what I feed to my dogs, my cat, and recipes I discover online that I think are a great option for the new raw feeder.

Today, I make big batches of raw dog food with the goal of balancing over time. This allows more flexibility.  If I'm running low on an ingredient, I don't panic because my dogs' raw meals will be out of balance.  Instead, I add something else and adjust their diet later in the week or the following week.

Ask yourself – do you eat a balanced diet each meal or per day?

Despite this flexibility, I know that it's important that my dogs eat a nutritionally balanced meal, so I track nutrients in a spreadsheet and I have my dogs tested annually for nutritional balance.

So here is a recent recipe…please feel free to ask questions in the comments.

How to Make Raw Dog Food, Take 2 [YouTube Video]

I love sharing recipes from others because it'll give you more ideas on what you can feed your dogs.  The following recipes were created using Dr. Karen’s Book, Real Food for Healthy Dogs and Cats, and incorporates beef, chicken, and turkey.

The following video is from the Channel Andol SY.

Raw Dog Food Ingredients [Beef]

  • Beef
  • Beef hearts
  • Beef liver
  • Beef kidney
  • Broccoli
  • Celery
  • Pureed blueberries
  • Pureed watermelon

Raw Dog Food Ingredients [Chicken]

  • Whole chickens from Costco ($1.19/lb)
  • Chicken hearts
  • Chicken liver
  • Chicken gizzards
  • Carrots
  • Pureed red bell peppers
  • Pureed Napa cabbage
  • Pureed honeydew melon
  • Red peppers

Raw Dog Food Ingredients* [Turkey]

  • Whole turkey
  • Chicken hearts
  • Chicken liver
  • Chicken gizzards
  • Zucchini
  • Sweet potato
  • Pureed apple

*A great place to source turkey organ meat is through a local raw food co-op or a restaurant meat supplier.  If you plan to buy in bulk, you can speak with your local meat department manager about special orders.

Books on Raw Feeding for Dogs

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