Post by boogerybooger on Feb 5, 2017 0:31:29 GMT -5
I found ground rabbit with bone at a pet store. I haven't seen this brand listed in the commercial raw grinds list, but maybe I missed something. It is NOT a complete diet as it is only meat and bone.
I followed the soup guidelines and hope that is right. I used 8 oz. ground meat and bone, 1 oz. beef heart, 1oz. beef liver and no eggshell powder. I made a thick puree and put in ice trays. Is this a complete meal?
For anyone who wants raw grind with bone, they have beef, chicken, quail, duck, rabbit, turkey, venison. I think it would be helpful to know the percentage of bone. I will look into that if no one on the forum knows.
this is from their site:
1. Blue Ridge Beef™ 100% pure natural meats and bones
2. Fresh and flash frozen preserving amino acids and live
digestive enzymes essential for healthy pets.
3. No artificial ingredients.
4. No gluten, grain or imported materials
5. No preservatives or additives.
6. No by-products, meals, organ fillers, color or taste additives.
7. Protecting against bacteria, all of our facilities Utilize stainless steel equipment
that is cleaned and sterilized between each product run and at the end of each day.
Yep you got it right Just watch stools to see if they are too wet or dry. Keeping in mind raw fed stools are smaller and wetter than kibble ones.
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