How much to feed my dog?
It is suggested that you feed your pet between 2-3% of their body weight. Feed them 2% if they need to lose weight or 3% if they are in good shape. For puppies, nursing mothers, or if they endure rigorous activity and exercise, feed them 4-5% of their body weight.
Based on 2.5% of body weight.
*Please keep in mind that these are just recommendations. Things to consider are, level of activity, age, health, metabolism etc. These all play a part in the necessary feeding quantities of your pet. We suggest you monitor your pet’s dietary needs and adjust portions accordingly.
For Adult dogs
5lbs. | 2 sliders a day
10lbs. | 4 sliders a day
15lbs. | 6 sliders a day
20lbs. | 8 sliders a day
40lbs. | 16 sliders a day
60lbs. | 24 sliders a day
80lbs. | 32 sliders a day
100lbs.| 40 sliders a day
For Nursing, pregnant dogs or puppies
5lbs. | 4 sliders a day
10lbs. | 8 sliders a day
15lbs. | 12 sliders a day
20lbs. | 16 sliders a day
40lbs. | 32 sliders a day
60lbs. | 48 sliders a day
80lbs. | 64 sliders a day
100lbs. | 80 sliders a day
It is very important to make a transition from one food to another, it is also important to remember that small batch is raw food; it cannot be left out like kibble, no grazing.
Likewise, it is important for your own health to practice safe food-handling protocol. Wash your hands, and any utensils or surfaces that come in contact with raw food with hot water and soap.
replace 1 oz. (or 2 tbls) with 1 oz. of smallbatch
replace 2 oz. (or 4 tbls) with 2 oz. of smallbatch
replace 3 oz. (or 6 tbls) with 3 oz. of smallbatch
replace 4 oz. (or 8 tbls) with 4 oz. of smallbatch
replace 5 oz. (or 10 tbls) with 5 oz. of smallbatch
replace 6 oz. (or 12 tbls) with 6 oz. of smallbatch
During the entire transition period, it is important to the well-being of your animal to remain patient and resist the urge to diverge from the transition program. Give your animal lots of love and attention.
Take extra care to monitor your companion, making sure that their behavioral patterns and stool are normal. If there is a little blood in their stool, this is no cause for alarm, it’s an indication that a detoxification process is occurring.
*The process will vary with each animal.*