Whether you worry you’re missing important nutrients in your dog’s homemade diet, struggle to balance DIY raw dog food on your own, or just want to simplify the whole process, these easy raw dog food recipes are just what you’ve been waiting for.
As someone who was once in your shoes, I know how intimidating it can be to start feeding raw. Nothing is more frustrating than wanting to feed your dog a healthier diet and feeling stuck. If you’re confused, uncertain if you’re doing it right or afraid you’re getting it wrong – you’re in the right place.
I’ve heard from many dog owners about these struggles, and I’m here to help.
After personally reading and responding to tons of reader emails over the years requesting homemade raw dog food recipes, I decided it was time to fill in that gap. That’s why I’ve formulated simple, complete-and-balanced raw dog food recipes made with nutrient-dense foods that are common and readily available, so you can implement a raw diet with ease and with confidence.
Boneless & Ground Raw Dog Food Recipes
Whole Bone Raw Dog Food Recipes
All Recipes (boneless, ground & whole bone)
Recipe packs are sold in three different formats for all comfort and experience levels:
Sometimes a single recipe doesn’t cut it for every dog or dog parent. That’s exactly why I’ve created raw feeding recipe packs instead of offering single recipes.
I wanted to give you a single recipe with multiple variations, so you can use it in literally any situation, with any dog.
I also set out to create a pack that was more user-friendly, with less jargon and fewer technical terms -- a recipe pack that sounded like it came from your kitchen and not a research lab.
Boneless recipes contain no bone and are balanced with a bone alternative instead. Ground recipes contain bone, but are designed to be run through a meat grinder. Both boneless and ground recipes are large batch recipes. Meaning, you make one batch, then divide it up into the appropriate number of meals for your dog
Whole bone recipes are formulated and balanced with raw meaty bones. They’re sold in 5 sizes: toy breed, small breed, medium breed, large breed, and extra-large breed. That’s because which edible bone you feed will depend on the size of your dog. These are balanced “shell” recipes that can easily be adjusted for dogs that fall between the weight classes mentioned above.
In your Primal Pooch recipe pack, you’ll get instant access to:
Each recipe pack contains recipe variations for adult dogs (called maintenance) and puppies (called growth). From there, you choose the raw diet format you’d like: either the boneless & ground recipe pack, whole bone recipe packs, or both!
Advice for buying meat, bone and organ along with specific product recommendations (including where to purchase) for supplements and other recipe ingredients.
Visuals and preparation tips for following recipes and getting optimal nutrition out of your ingredients.
Detailed instructions and charts on how much food to feed per day and how many servings to feed each day.
Answers to common questions, like how to transition to raw, when to switch puppies to adult recipes, and more.
No feeling stuck or getting lost in the process! I provide easy, step-by-step directions for making each recipe.
Easy-to-use shopping lists you can print and take to the store with you. No need to rewrite everything!
Easy-to-follow checklist, plus pro tips to make meal prep more efficient and less time consuming.
Printable freezer inventory sheet to attach to your freezer to keep track of leftover ingredients, so you know what to buy for your next meal prep.
See appendix at the end of each recipe pack for complete nutrition information.
Get access to the Primal Pooch Recipe Support Facebook page with any recipe purchase. This private group is where you can seek support from fellow raw feeders related to the recipe you purchased.