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    Hi all,

    I have been doing some research on raw feeding and I'm keen to make my own BARF Patties. The recipe i found was:

    4 eggs (include shells, but crush them)
    1 small container of low fat natural yogurt
    2 tablespoons of flax seed oil
    1 Vets All Natural Complete Mix (mix according to packet instructions)
    1 kg of mixed fruit and veggies (root veggies, fruit, green veggies) - Grated or blended
    1 kg full fat beef mince
    1 large piece of liver or a few kidneys

    Do you think there is anything else which could be added to the recipe or if there is anything i have left out?

    What you can then do is make patty servings based on your puppys weight, but take into consideration their other meals.

    For example, if on a raw diet, your puppy needs 200g of raw food and he is already getting 100g elsewhere (through chicken wings etc), then you could make up 100g patties to supplement the the rest of his daily intake (well thats what i think would be the case?)

    What your thoughts?

    Regards,
    Robbie

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    What exactly do you mean by "full fat beef mince"?
    How much fat percentage is in that?
    If you think dogs can't count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then giving Fido only two of them. ~Phil Pastoret

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    If you are going to use Vets All Natural mix - does that not have everything in it already ?- all you add is the raw meaty bones and mince .............

    Have a look at this link and around this site:

    Perfect Puppy Nutrition

    Pups have very different requirements than older dogs as far as amounts to feed go. The amount pups grow in the first 12 months is nothing short of amazing for some breeds. Using the 2% guide is really not apt for puppies. It is more like ~ 4% or higher depending on the breed/energy of the pup.

    You go by the look of the pup more than what it actually weighs.

    Have a look at this link:

    Dr B's Feeding Recommendations

    Be careful of feeding very high fat content meat/mince to pups. Pups need some fat in their diet - but just don't go overboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkandz View Post
    What exactly do you mean by "full fat beef mince"?
    How much fat percentage is in that?
    I think what was meant by that is the normal mince, not the extra lean mince

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    I found this recipe when i researched raw diet for mine, cheaper options.
    I combined some extra's into mine with meaty bones. Also use Satin Balls for my GSD, or he'd be too light. But you wouldnt dare feed those to my rottie, who'd double in size just looking at them. Brian would enjoy it, then cry for more.

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