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Feeding charts are a starting point. Give your dog 2 weeks on the suggested amount then re-evaluate

Adult Feeding Calculator


Puppy Feeding Calculator

Feeding a Puppy

Follow the feeding chart for puppies as the amount changes based on their age range and their weight. Remember you don’t want a fat, roly-poly puppy, you want a nice lean puppy that grows relatively slowly. One of the biggest dangers of feeding puppies kibble, is they grow waaaaay tooooo fast which increases the probability that they will have bone and joint problems later on.  Your puppy should have good energy and should grow steadily but slowly. This is easily accomplished with a species-appropriate pure raw diet.

Did you know?

Didja Dog

Peanut Butter is not recommended for healthy dogs. Peanuts are lectins Lectins interfere with the proper absorption of vitamins, minerals, and important proteins. Lectins can cause gut inflammation, which irritates the cells lining the digestive tract causing the cells to open up creating  Leaky Gut. If chronic, low-grade inflammation persists, it can cause chronic organ disease, heart and kidney disease, arthritis, allergies, and even cancer. 

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3D (Dying, diseased or down), 4D (dead) meat.




HPP Pasteurization

Heat and high pressure create a dead sterile food void of real vitamin minerals and enzymes your pets gut and immune system needs

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Adult Feeding Guidelines

These feeding guidelines are only a starting point. Some dogs may have lower food requirements due to metabolism or lower activity levels. Other breeds may be more active and require higher food amounts. Watch your pets overall health and adjust accordingly. No ribs or hip bones should be showing. All dogs should have a figure 8 with a visible waist. Feeding guidelines based off of 2.5% daily allowance. Adjust accordingly.

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What our Health Team Says...

dede murcer moffett

Helping pet parents give their dogs a longer, happier, healthier life is one of the most rewarding careers in the world. After 20 years of feeding a species-appropriate raw diet and working with thousands of dogs with allergies and digestive issues, the words “Food is Medicine” has literally become a living breathing truth. We are…

- Dede Murcer Moffett

You really can’t go wrong with a natural, whole-food, species-appropriate diet – meat, organ bone-based diet for your dog. And remember you can’t possibly go right with a processed, unnatural, grain, or even grain-free based diet.  Regardless of the domestication argument, a dog’s digestive system is still that of a wild canid carnivore.  It will…

- Nealy Piazza

dr judy jasek

“My recommendation, after several decades of recommending a variety of different diets to my patients, is to feed a fresh, whole food, and ideally raw diet.  Why is this better?  Whole food feeding provides nutrition in the form it was meant to be consumed.  Nutrients from fresh, whole foods are not altered by processing and…

- Dr. Judy Jasek

dr andy harper

A CHANGE-agent of magnitude for the animals of the world. Dr. Andi Harper is an animal chiropractor and an internationally acclaimed animal communicator and facilitator Dr. Andi inspires her clients to create magic in their life and with their animals. She is the creator of Animals Done Different and Energetic Magic With Animals.  Her straightforward facilitation invites…

- Dr. Andy Harper

dr joy moffett

Currently practicing in Hutchinson Kansas, living on 30 acres with her husband Cody, 2 beautiful girls Charlotte and Clara, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 steers, and 6 horses! “To have a strong immunity in people and pets it requires keeping the body clean and clear of processed foods and toxic chemicals. I’m always excited to…

- Dr. Joy Moffett

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