Raw Feeding Puppy Transition - Meal Pack #03

Raw Meal Plan Puppy Transition #3

Transitioning a puppy to raw food is an important part of their development and can have tremendous positive effects on their health. When done correctly, a raw food diet can provide puppies with the necessary nutrients they need for optimal development as well as promoting digestion and absorption of these nutrients.

Raw meals consist of real, fresh ingredients like meat, organs, bones, vegetables, fruit, and other supplements. This type of meal offers a balance of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals that are essential for growth and maintenance. Raw foods also contain enzymes which help in digestion.

When switching your puppy to a raw food diet, it’s important to start with simple meals consisting mainly of meat. As they get used to eating raw food, you can gradually introduce other ingredients like fruits and vegetables. It’s best to feed them at least two times per day and offer a variety of different types of meats over time so they don’t get bored with the same menu.

It’s also important to ensure that your puppy is getting enough calcium from this new diet by adding bone meal or eggshell powder into their meals or supplementing with chewable calcified tissues from animals like beef or deer. You should also vary the types of fat sources in their meals such as fish oils or collagen oils.

Finally, transitioning your puppy to a raw food diet requires patience as dogs may take some time in adjusting to different textures and flavors. However, once adapted they will typically enjoy these meals much more than traditional dog foods as they are more palatable for them and easier on their digestive system. For best results when transitioning your pup to a raw diet, be sure to consult your veterinarian before beginning this process so they can advise you on the best approach for your particular pup's needs.

Meal Pack Contents:

Primal Venison 1kg
Primal Lamb Mix 1kg
Duck Necks 1kg
Sardines 500g

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