Feeding Guidelines

Guidelines for Feeding Raw Dog Food

These feeding guidelines are approximate. Please refer to our raw dog food calculator to get further daily/monthly feeding information for your dog. Remember, no two dogs are identical in activity level or metabolic rate. Therefore, it is important to regularly weigh your dog to suit their ideal intake. These are only general guidelines to get you started. Also, I see feeding adjustments in the summer when days are long and in the winter as their activity levels drop. In addition, dogs with higher/lower activity levels may need a higher/lower amount of raw dog food per serving.

 

 

Feeding Guidelines

Mile High Raw

Puppies (Less than 1 year of age)
Up to 10% of their body weight evenly divided between 3 – 4 feedings per day.

 

 

Feeding Guidelines

Mile High Raw

 

Low to Normal Activity, Pet Dogs (1 year of age and older)
2-3% of their body weight, evenly divided between 2 meals per day.

 

 

Feeding Guidelines

Mile High Raw

 

High Activity, Performance, Sport and Working Dogs
6% of their body weight, evenly divided between 2 meals per day.

 

 

Transition to Raw Dog Food

Click here to learn how to transition to raw food. Transitioning to raw is the best way to avoid processed pet foods as well as meeting your dog’s nutritional needs. Get your dog on a path to becoming a dog in top shape. Contact us.