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Simply Raw Dog Food – Chicken & Green Tripe with Ox Kidney

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Made using the finest locally sourced ingredients.

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Further Information

Ingredients: 40% Green Tripe, 39% Chicken (10% bone), 10% Ox Kidney, 10% Beef, 0.5% Kelp and 0.5% Taggart’s Salmon Oil.

DAERA Approved – PTF/793/21

We use double 8mm mincing plates for all ingredients in our adult meal ranges, 3mm for puppies. Bone fragments may be present on occasion.

All our products are DAERA approved, locally sourced from the best Irish Farms.

Raw Feeding Guide

  • ALWAYS wash hands, utensils and surfaces after use
  • Always supply clean, fresh drinking water for your dog daily
  • Puppies can be fed raw dog food from 4-6 weeks (amounts determined by appetite)
  • For puppies 7 weeks plus, please refer to our feeding guide for guidance on quantity *Please note Primal offer a special puppy meal blend with a finer mince texture
  • For adult dogs feed 2-3% of body weight

Remember, this is a guide only. Every dog has a different metabolism and nutritional requirements, so feeding raw dog food should be matched to his individual needs. When making any changes to your dog’s diet always pay specific attention to your dog’s weight, physical appearance and toilet habits as they adapt to their diet.

Meal Frequency Recommendations:

  • Puppies up to 16 weeks spread the daily raw food allowance over 4 meals
  • From 17 to 24 weeks reduce to 3 meals a day
  • 24 weeks plus, 2 meals a day
  • Adult dogs ideally feed 1-2 meals a day

Always call us for advice if necessary.

Age (Weeks)

Amount to feed

7-10 8-10% of body weight
10-16 7-8% of body weight
16-20 6-7% of body weight
20-24 5-6% of body weight
24-36 4-5% of body weight
36-56 3-4% of body weight
56-68 2.5 – 3.5% of body weight
68+ (Adult) 2-4% of body weight

 

Some dogs will need the upper limits allowed, some will need the lower limits.

Common sense and observation should be used by the owner at all times to ensure their dog does not gain too much weight.