Raw Boneless Chicken & Egg Dog Food Recipe: Adult

Raw Boneless Chicken & Egg Dog Food Recipe

This delicious combination of ground chicken and eggs takes minutes to make and is formulated to meet AAFCO minimum requirements for adult dogs. No grains, no synthetic vitamins and minerals.

NOTE: This food is for adult dogs only. 

Ingredients

Makes 11 pounds of raw food. This is roughly a 6 day supply for a 50 pound dog. You may need to adjust the daily amount based on your dog’s breed and activity level.

  • 5 pounds lean ground chicken
  • 2 pounds chicken heart
  • 1 pound chicken liver
  • 12 pastured eggs without shells
  • 16 ounces (6 stalks) kale
  • 8 ounces (2 stalks) broccoli
  • 12 ounces (2 small clamshell packages) blueberries or mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and cranberries)
  • 5 Tablespoons bone meal or seaweed calcium
  • 2 teaspoons wheat grass
  • 1/2 teaspoon Himalayan salt

Directions

If you have a grinder, grind the liver heart and liver. If you don’t have a grinder, chop the liver and heart into small cubes.

Puree the eggs, kale, broccoli, berries, bone meal, wheat grass and salt in a food processor.

Mix the ground beef, liver, heart and veggie/berry mix together.

Place the mixture into smaller containers and place them in your freezer. It’s best to freeze your food in 1-3 day portions.

Improving The Fats

We recommend feeding Safe-Sea daily to help balance your dog’s fatty acids. Chicken is rich in inflammatory omega-6 fats and this will bring the omega-6/omega-3 ratio from 12:1 down to 3:1. 

But don’t add any oil to the recipe directly. To reduce oxidation, you don’t want to expose the oil to oxygen for too long. Instead, give it daily with your dog’s meal.

IMPORTANT

The ingredients in this recipe have been carefully chosen to meet AAFCO minimum nutrition requirements for adult dogs. Don’t replace ingredients or vary the amounts too much … this may unbalance the food.

How Much To Feed

In general, dogs should eat about 2-3% of their body weight daily in raw food. Here’s a rough guide for this recipe:

  • 10 lb dog: Recipe will make a 22 day supply
  • 25 lb dog: Recipe will make an 11 day supply
  • 50 lb dog: Recipe will make a 6-7 day supply
  • 75 lb dog: Recipe will make a 5 day supply
  • 100 lb dog: Recipe will make a 4 day supply

Nutritional Information

Typical analysis on a caloric basis:

  • Calories per pound: 610

Analysis

  • Protein: 16.49%
  • Fat: 8.54%
  • Ash: 2.26%
  • Moisture: 71.39%
  • Fiber: 0.09%
  • Carbohydrate: 1.22%

Fat

  • Total fat: 63.46 g/kg
  • Saturated fat: 17.12 g/kg
  • Monounsaturated fat: 23.34 g/kg
  • Polyunsaturated fat: 14.34 g/kg
  • Omega-6/omega-3: 11.8:1
  • Omega-6/omega-3 with Safe-Sea: 2.9:1

Minerals

  • Calcium: 6.25 g/kg
  • Phosphorus: 2.73 g/kg
  • Ca:P Ratio: 1.09:1
  • Potassium: 15.75 g/kg
  • Sodium: 0.67 g/kg
  • Magnesium: 39.12 g/kg
  • Iron: 31.17 mg/kg
  • Copper: 1.84 mg/kg
  • Manganese: 3.31 mg/kg
  • Zinc: 22.89 mg/kg
  • Selenium: 0.12 mg/kg

Vitamins

  • Vitamin A: 16,261.67 IU/kg
  • Vitamin C: 21.06 mg/kg
  • Vitamin D: 116.99 IU/kg
  • Thiamine (B1): 0.98 mg/kg
  • Riboflavin (B2): 4.28 mg/kg
  • Niacin (B3): 39.30 mg/kg
  • Pantothenic Acid (B5): 14.20 mg/kg
  • Pyridoxine (B6): 3.13 mg/kg
  • Vitamin B12: 0.04 mg/kg
  • Folic Acid: 0.69 mg/kg
This recipe is for adult dogs only. Recipe is based on typical nutrient values, which may vary from item to item. Analysis and nutrient amounts are approximate.

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