10% organ meats
Chicken (with finely ground bones).
Chicken heart, liver and kidney.
Celery, zucchini, spinach, broccoli.
Kelp, nettle, sea buckthorn.
Hemp oil, refined sardine oil.
Guide to daily servings
Puppies from 4 to 24 weeks, as well as pregnant or lactating females, must eat double and more of the daily ration displayed on the table.
|dog's weight||Daily portion|
|20 lbs (9.1 kg)||1 piece|
|30 lbs (13.8 kg)||1 1/2 piece|
|40 lbs (18.1 kg)||2 pieces|
|50 lbs (22.7 kg)||2 1/2 pieces|
|60 lbs (27.2 kg)||3 pieces|
|70 lbs (31.7 kg)||3 1/2 pieces|
|80 lbs (36.3 kg)||4 pieces|
|90 lbs (40.8 kg)||4 1/2 pieces|
*This product is not recommended for adult dogs under 10 lbs (4.5kg).
This guide has been calculated on a daily serving of 2.5% of an adult dog's weight. Depending on the dog's activity level, age and environment, you may have to adjust the daily ration.
Transition from kibble to raw meat
For an adult dog: You must make him undertake a 24-hour fast with water at will. Then start by giving him the thawed meat in small portions several times a day.
For puppies and pregnant females: Do not fast. Follow the daily portion guide.
Thaw in the refrigerator. Never put frozen meat in a conventional oven or microwave. Wash your hands after serving food. Wash the bowl once empty, as well as your work surface.
Meat should be stored in the freezer. To serve it to the animal, you must thaw it in the refrigerator. (See defrosting instructions.)