NATURAL INSTINCTS TURKEY RAW DOG FOOD
Natural Instincts raw dog foods are made up of 80% meat, organs and bone* and 20% fresh vegetables.
*Beef, lamb and venison from Natural Instincts contain meat and organs, no bone. Kangaroo contains meat, organs and bone. Chicken, turkey, duck and rabbit contain meat, organs and bone. Wild salmon contains meat and bone, no organs. Wild herring contains meat, organs and bone.
Non-medicated turkey with bone, heart & liver, romaine lettuce, kabocha squash, yams, bok choy, certified organic spinach, certified organic rainbow chard, certified organic dandelion.
- Puppies between 2-4 months require a raw food diet of 6-10% of their body weight, broken into 3 meals a day.
- Puppies between 4-7 months require a raw food diet of 4-5% of their body weight, broken into 3 meals a day.
- Puppies between 7-12 months require a raw food diet of 3-4% of their body weight, broken into 2 meals a day.
- Adult dogs 12+ months require a raw food diet of 2-3% of their body weight, either broken into 2 meals a day, or fed all at one time.
*Always monitor your Fluffy Friend to see how they are doing with the feeding amounts. Active puppies and adult dogs may require more than the suggested percentages. Consult with your veterinarian for your Fluffy Friend's ideal weight and feeding amount.
Raw food should be kept frozen in the freezer at a consistent temperature of 0 °F or lower to help deter bacterial growth and reduce spoiling. When serving, remove the raw food from the freezer, refrigerate, thaw in water or leave it at room temperature just for a time sufficient for defrosting. Defrost only portion for one to two meals. Any defrosted or open raw food need to be consumed as soon as possible. Wash your hands and your Fluffy Friend's food bowl with soap after each meal.
Most Fluffy Friends digest poultry much better than red meats. We recommend starting with chicken meals unless your Fluffy Friend has an allergy. Feel free to contact us should you need suggestions on a suitable diet for your Fluffy Friend.