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Raw Feeding Guide

July 15, 2020

Raw Feeding Guide


Pet Naturals have set out to achieve a supply of meat and game that is of the highest quality, free of antibiotics and preservatives. Our Raw Food is 100% natural, free range, crate and cage free.

We work closely with our suppliers, farmers and hunters to deliver the freshest quality food directly to your door. We make no sacrifices with quality - your best pal deserves the best quality real food!

General Guides

Variety is key when raw feeding. This ensures your pet gets all the nutrients it needs to promote health and vitality.

Meats & Fish

Muscle Meats - Provide higher levels of minerals and water-soluble vitamins for a balanced diet.

Wild Game - Lean meats. Rabbit, Possum, Venison, Turkey and Wallaby are high in Omegas.

Green Tripe - Easily digested, can provide useful enzymes for digestion.

Organ Meats - Heart, kidney, liver (the latter sparingly) are high in vitamins and minerals.

Raw Fish - A source of Omega 3, which promotes a healthy coat, and helps brain health.


Must be fed raw. Choose an appropriate size according to your pet’s breed. Always supervise feeding.

Adult dog  Daily amount is approximately 2-3% of your dog’s ideal weight split between two meals. Very active or working dogs may need more, whilst less active “couch-potatoes” may need less. The right amount for daily feeding is very important, and if you’ve got any queries, don’t hesitate to get in touch.


    • 2 - 4 months = 8-10% of body weight
    • 4 - 6 months = 6-8% of body weight
    • 6 - 8 months = 4-6 % of body weight
    • 8 - 12 months = 3-4% of body weight

    We advise you monitor body condition and change amounts accordingly depending on your pet's weight. This is a guide - your dog is unique with individual needs so it is important to keep in mind factors such as life stage, metabolism and exercise levels.

    For an adult cat with a healthy weight, aim to feed them approximately 3% of their body weight each day divided into two servings daily.

    A kitten  should be fed several times per day in small quantities. Aim to feed them approximately 5-10% of their body weight per day.  By the time your kitten is six months of age, these meals can be reduced to twice per day.

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