Raw beef mince, cup measure and some form of fish be it tinned sardines from Aldi's or raw from the fish place. Every second/third day she gets lamb's fry or ox liver 1/2 cup or any other offal. But i use mainly liver, because she loves it.
Often I add grated carrot, peas and any blanched or blended green veg to this. whatever comes out of the veg garden. In total it makes about 2 1/2 cups of food
She gets a beef or lamb bone most days
In the evening they get 1/2 cup of beef, cooked with 1/2 cup of rice and 1/2 cup of the grain mix (soup mix) The rice and soup mix is soaked overnight. So when I finish the last of the cooked mix, I soak the rice and soup mix. I add the beef in the morning and put it in a microwave dish with lots of water and on 6 for 24 minutes (no lid, because it makes a mess). When it is cooked I mix in a cup of rolled oats and put a lid on it and on to fridge when cool. The cooked mix lasts two evenings for our three dogs. But Annabelle only gets a 1/8 of it every evening. The other 1/8 goes to Tessa and 1/4 goes to Katy, who is a growing girl. Sometimes we add an egg. If the chooks have been busy. e feed twice a day, because newfies are prone to bloat. We are quite rigid with feeding time, Six and six, because of this. Sofar I have had newfies since the eighties and no bloat, cross fingers..........
Annabelle does not get chicken. Only lamb and beef. it seems to be the only way to keep her hot-spots and eyes/ears OK. It is the preservatives and god knows what in the chicken that causes her issues. free range chicken from home is fine and so is organic chicken. but it is expensive. I think it is the preservatives and such that cause all the problems, not just the food type.
Annabelle only gets cheese, not the "plastic" type and microwaved home made liver for training treats. Any sausage or sandwich meats are taboo. As are Frankfurt's. Never any biscuits/cookies or any breads, EVER..........We are very strict, but mishaps do happen and they are often unintentional. Annabelle had a proper allergy test, with skin pricks on a shaved belly area. We have a pile of preservative numbers to avoid, we just avoid all.
Anyway good luck..........
Annabelle's eyes from just one sausage treat
And normal eyes