Raw Feeding: Breakfast Routine for Cats & Dogs
Hello, Pet Parents!
Today we're sharing with you how Jesse's breakfast is prepared. So come along with us and we'll crack an egg together.
You can get your raw food in patties. We have one that's formulated for dogs and cats, but today we're using the Bramble Hills raw food for Jesse the dog.
Pi the cat alternates between the beef Bramble Hills and the freeze-dried chicken. Today he's having freeze-dried chicken.
Most animals will eat the freeze-dried by itself, but it depends on their water intake for the rest of the day. Sometimes you want to add water, so that's what we're doing today.
For Pi the cat:
1. Add lots of powder
2. Add 1/2 teaspoon of Essentials
3. Add 1/2 to 1 teaspon of Omega3 Golden Milled Flax
3. Give it a stir and set it aside to soak for a few minutes
For Jesse the dog:
We get a nice plate for her, and she gets a quarter of the Bramble Hills beef for her size. She's about 25 lbs.
1. Spread out the beef
2. Add 1/2 a teaspoon of Essentials twice a day (she'll get this in the evening as well)
3. Break up the raw food just so she doesn't scarf it all down in one bite!
4. Add an egg (twice a week), shell and all
5. Add 1/2 to one teaspoon of Omega3 Golden Milled Flax day
Note: For dogs that are under 25 lbs, you can grind up the egg shells in a blender or mixer to make it easier for them to eat. That works for large, fussy dogs, too, who just don’t like the feel of the egg shell.
If we don't add the egg, we do add a little bit more water so that the flax has some more moisture. And sometimes we add blueberries and some other things.
Pi is ready! Now that the freeze-dried food is ready, mush it up or just leave it as is.
Jesse is ready to eat!
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