How much food do I feed my dog on an all raw diet?

Before you read: Currently we are only distributing in Utah. If you live out of state, just know you will be required to drive in each Quarter to pick up your order. If you order by the year, that can save you some trips. Pickup is out of Provo, Utah. 

The amount of food your dog should eat on an all raw diet depends on several factors, including their age, weight, activity level, and overall health. As a general guideline, a healthy adult dog typically needs to consume approximately 2-3% of their body weight in raw food per day. We recommend starting your first order with 2.5%.

For example, if your dog weighs 50 pounds, they would need to consume between 1 and 1.5 pounds of raw food per day. However, this is just a starting point, and you may need to adjust the amount of food based on your dog's individual needs.

It's also important to keep in mind that raw food is more nutrient-dense than kibble or canned food, so your dog may require less food overall to maintain a healthy weight. Additionally, some dogs may need more or less food depending on their metabolism and other individual factors.

To ensure that your dog is getting the right amount of food, it's important to monitor their weight and adjust their portion sizes as needed. You may also want to consult with a veterinarian or a qualified canine nutritionist to develop a customized feeding plan for your dog based on their specific needs.

Grab your calculator and enter your dogs weight, times it by 2.5%, and that's their daily intake. You can feed them twice a day or once a day depending on what you fill comfortable with. 

If you add and egg to their diet, you will deduct that weight off their total daily amount. Be careful adding too many fruits and veggies as this does not equate to a true balanced diet. 

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