Those that feed raw, what do you pay per lb? I’m trying to source some whole rabbit and duck but having a hard time finding anything affordable lol. Curious on what other people pay in different locations.
Right now I’m getting chicken for $1/lb, beef $2.30/lb, lamb and kangaroo is a bit more (around $6+/lb) but that’s for a premade grind. Venison is quite expensive around here in comparison. Duck I can get for just under $5lb. Whole herring is approx $2-3/lb for me
I’m trying to find a source for rabbit but it seems expensive around here.
Herring, wild kangaroo grind with goat heart + liver, turkey and chicken grind, bone broth, egg, various veggies in the grinds
Kilo’s new cancer diet; he gets the supplements 1x a day. The meat varies by meals. This is what the holistic vet recommended
Cause I haven’t done this in awhile. Kilo’s Neal tonight; I finally managed to find some lamb again so it was nice to add that. I’ve been doing more balancing over a week lately rather than each meal with the same portions
Same meal for breakfast as yesterday except with an egg that had two yolks in it. Store bought though so no shell. I’ve been slacking a bit with meal prep lately and need to get my chicken thawing
Some salmon, beef grind, chicken feet, kidney and liver for breakfast
Today’s breakfast of chicken back, chicken foot, beef grind that has liver, kidney, heart, tongue (plus more I can’t remember), chicken hearts and egg
Top was when I got him, cheap puppy chow was what his previous owners fed
Hi there! Puppies can definitely be fed raw (I know some dogs that have never been on kibble!) you just want to make sure they are getting the proper nutrition especially since they are still growing. You can read some info on starting out for puppies here https://perfectlyrawsome.com/dogs/raw-feeding-puppies/
another link with a TON of information esp on starting out is here:
I believe it’s best to start out with chicken, and then slowly start adding organs and red meat after. Some dogs might be picky when starting out on raw and you might have to sear their food a bit (just cooked on the outside) to get them to try it. It also depends on if you are doing PMR or BARF (if you’re buying a premade raw pay attention to the ingredients and maybe choose a chicken one instead). Hope this helps!