Why Raw Meaty Bones Should Be In Your Dog's Diet

Why Raw Meaty Bones Should Be In Your Dog's Diet

One of the best sources of vitamin and minerals is Raw Meaty Bones so consider this great chew option for your dog!

There are three basic rules for feeding your dog or cat and their nutrition needs.

  1. Variety and rotation of proteins
  2. Balance over time
  3. Vitamins & Minerals

One of the best sources of vitamin and minerals is Raw Meaty Bones.

Raw Meaty Bones should make up 30 to 50 percent (one third to one half) of the total diet, or possibly a little more if the parts you feed have a great deal more meat than bone (e.g., whole chickens or rabbits). The ancestral diet of dogs and cats in the wild contains at least 15 percent bone or less, based on the amount of edible bone in the prey animals they feed upon.

The stools of raw fed dogs are naturally smaller and harder than those fed commercial foods, and often turn white and crumble to dust after a few days. Often times dogs and cats that eat meaty bones drink less water and their eliminations are less odorous.

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