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The lowest purine foods include things like dairy products, leafy green vegetables (with the exception of spinach), non-acidic fruits, eggs, nuts. Moderate purine foods are muscle meats from non-game animals such as beef, lamb, pork and poultry.
Whilst some of these options aren’t ideal for your dog to eat, there are plenty of low purine raw dog foods and treats to choose from. Raw dog foods made from lower purine, high-quality proteins, without offal will also help to balance your dog’s purine consumption. See our offal free raw food bundle for a good selection.
Knowing which proteins have lower purine counts is essential when considering what’s safe for your dog, even when feeding a raw diet. Generally speaking, the safest proteins are:
Thankfully, feeding a raw diet makes it even easier to keep your dog’s purine levels in check. We offer several lower purine raw dog foods throughout our various raw dog food options. You can also find a variety of lower purine dog treats throughout our natural dog treats range.
Salmon oil is relatively low in purines when distilled and is highly beneficial to dogs due to its high Omega 3 content and anti-inflammatory qualities. To keep your dog’s purine content low, it’s not recommended to give salmon flesh/meat too frequently as this does contain purines.
Alternative sources of Omega 3’s include hemp seed oil and flaxseed oil, which are both considered safe for dogs. Additionally, you can browse our selection of dog supplements to ensure your canine pal is getting all the nutrients they need.
ProDog Raw’s mission is to help your dog thrive. We believe nutrition is the cornerstone of canine health and, as such, invest our all into providing fresh, natural, raw dog food, natural treats and nutritional dog supplements designed with 100% species-appropriate ingredients from human quality production sources, operating with the best possible welfare practices.
We advocate feeding your dog a variety of proteins; by incorporating a selection of protein options you provide your dog with vitamins and minerals from across the nutritional spectrum. If one meat type delivers a select range of nutrients, offering a diverse range of meats will ensure you fuel your dog in a nutritionally comprehensive way.
Variety equals nutritional balance!
Your dog’s individual requirements, breed, age, level of activity can all play a part in finding the combination of proteins, meal options and treat choices that will help them thrive. Each dog is unique and has specific nutritional needs. By offering a range of raw food and treat options, you will, over time, establish the perfect raw food diet for your dog.
Why not find out more about raw feeding or contact us today to speak with one of ProDog Raw’s dedicated feeding advice team, who will be ready to help you find the perfect raw feeding menu for your dog.
As Dalmatians have the genetic makeup that causes them to be sensitive to high-purine foods, it’s important to avoid these when possible. Low purine dog treats are best for Dalmatians, as well as Beagles. Miniature Schnauzers, Basset Hounds, and several other breeds.
A good example of a healthy dog treat with low purine content is our roast beef pieces, beef paddy wak or calf hooves for the power chewers. Beef is a lower purine protein, and these are all nutrient-dense, delicious treats that your Dalmatian (or any other purine-sensitive breed) will love.