Components of a Raw Diet

These all can be a part of a healthy raw diet
Raw Meaty Bones
• Chicken – Carcasses, Backs, Necks, Wings, Leg Quarters
• Turkey – Carcasses, Necks, Backs, Pelvic Bones
• Fish – Whole fish and fish heads
• Beef – Meaty bones, such as knuckle or pelvic, Oxtails
• Pork – Neck bones, Heads, Pig’s feet, Meaty Bones
• Lamb or Sheep – Rib Bones, Pelvic, Neck bones
• Rabbits, Hens, Quail – All
• Venison – Meaty Bones, Neck bones
• Buffalo – Meaty Bones
• Organ Meat (or Offal)
• Chicken & Turkey – Gizzards, Heart, Liver
• Beef, Lamb, Pork, Venison, Buffalo- Heart, Liver
• Beef, Lamb, Venison & Buffalo Green, unbleached Tripe (stomach)
• Chicken, Turkey, Quail, Duck Eggs
• Salmon or Mackerel canned packed in Water
• Sardines packed in Olive Oil
All can be fed with the exception of Onions, Tomatoes and Potato Eyes & Skins
Essential Fatty Acids
Fish Body Oil & Flax Seed, Borage or Hemp Oil
Other Possible Diet Components
Kelp, Alfalfa, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Yogurt or Cottage Cheese, Garlic, Digestive Enzymes, Apple Cider Vinegar, Probiotics.
Add supplements as needed for your individual dog. We suggest Kelp be given as a supplement to all dogs on the raw diet.