Beef Raw Puppy Food Meal with Chicken
Beef Raw Puppy Food Meal with Chicken
Our beef raw puppy food with chicken is packed with vital nutrients, beef is a superb, healthy source of protein, perfect for growing puppies. Chicken is a staple part of any raw diet, full of the goodness and nutrition required to support developing dogs. Beef offal is nutrient-dense and the perfect accompaniment. Finer minces for little teeth and smaller mouths.Read More
Description & Ingredients
Our beef raw puppy food meal with chicken is a delicious gourmet recipe. We’ve formulated a fine mince consistency especially for small mouths and baby teeth. A blend of quality, fresh beef and chicken meat, ground chicken bone and beef offal (from DEFRA approved, British Farm Assurance certified local farms), packed with seasonal vegetables, superfoods and infused with the best quality Scottish salmon oil.
Suitable for all dogs up to 24 weeks
*Please note – we use double 8mm mincing plates for all ingredients in our puppy meal range. Bone fragments may be present on occasion.
Precisely Balanced Complete Nutrition
All our Puppy Formula meals meet strict FEDIAF standards and guidelines; this means the raw dog food within our puppy recipe range provides balanced nutrient levels to support healthy growth and development for puppies, whilst also delivering a truly satisfying feeding experience for your pup.
Simple and Easy Feeding
Simply defrost, pop the lid and serve! Then relax in the knowledge your pup is getting the absolute best possible natural nourishment, every single day.
Available in 500g size tubs.
- Keep raw dog food frozen until use
- Defrost overnight in fridge
- Will last 4 days if kept refrigerated
- Do not refreeze
- If lesser amounts are needed, allow to soften enough to segment and decant from the frozen tray. Keep remainder frozen
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ProDog Puppy Beef with Chicken raw food recipe is perfectly balanced, giving the optimal ratio of plant-powered goodness, and fresh meat content in every meal.
- 45% British chicken meat (includes approx ground 10% chicken bone)
- 30% British beef meat
- 10% British beef liver and kidney
- 10% Seasonal British vegetables and berries (leafy greens, carrots, blueberries)
- 5% Superfoods (ground pumpkin seeds, wheatgrass, kelp, Scottish salmon oil)
Nutritional Analysis (% or / kg):
Moisture 72.6%, Crude Oil and Fats 10.2%, Crude Protein 13.3%, Crude Ash 1.5%, Crude Fibre 2.2%, Calcium 5953mg, Phosphorus 4311mg, Sodium 624mg.
*Calcium / Phosphorus ratio 1.4:1
Good to Know
- Moisture – the natural presence found in the ingredients
- Protein – are biological molecules consisting of one or more amino acid chains
- Fat – includes all fats: saturated fats, trans fats, and the unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated
- Ash (inorganic matter) – the inorganic residue remaining after the water and organic matter have been removed. [Ash is left over after analysis of the food. We do not add fire-ash to our products]
- Fibre – the term given to the soluble and insoluble plant-based part of the food
How Much Raw Dog Food to Feed
Amount to Feed
8-10%of body weight
7-8%of body weight
6-7%of body weight
5-6%of body weight
4-5%of body weight
3-4%of body weight
2.5-3.5%of body weight
2-4%of body weight
Some dogs will need the upper limits allowed, some will need the lower limits. Common sense and observation should be used by the owner at all time to ensure their dog does not gain too much weight.
Raw Feeding Guide
Our beef puppy food meal with chicken is a human-quality, raw meat product and should be handled observing standard hygiene rules.
- ALWAYS wash hands, utensils and surfaces after use.
- Always supply clean, fresh drinking water for your dog daily.
- Puppies can be fed raw dog food from 4-6 weeks (amounts determined by appetite).
- For puppies 7 weeks plus, please refer to our raw feeding guide for guidance on quantity.
Use our raw puppy food calculator to help work out how much to food, but remember, quantities given are only a guide. Every dog has a different metabolism, microbiome and nutritional requirements. Feeding raw dog food should be matched to their individual needs. When making any changes to your dog’s diet always pay specific attention to your dog’s weight, physical appearance and toilet habits as they adapt to their diet.
At approx 24 weeks you can move on to the adult range
Meal Frequency Recommendations:
- Puppies up to 16 weeks spread the daily raw food allowance over 4 meals
- From 17 to 24 weeks reduce to 3 meals a day
- 24 weeks plus, 2 meals a day
- Adult dogs ideally feed 1-2 meals a day
Please contact us for advice if necessary. The team are always on hand to help.
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Why Raw Dog Food?
The benefits that you can expect from our delicious range of natural raw dog food recipes include…
Why Raw Dog Food is Better Than Processed Dog Food
Many commercially processed dog foods are manmade and based on meat derivatives. These so-called dog foods often contain excessive sugars, preservatives, additives and fillers and other ‘nasties’ which hold no nutritional benefits for your dog.
At ProDog Raw, we use ONLY human grade, British Farm, DEFRA approved meat with ground bone. These are complemented by vegetables, superfoods and oils for extra vitamins and nutrients.