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Our Working Puppy Range is the ideal raw food for puppies, whether you’re looking for raw chicken, beef, lamb, or duck. Each meal contains raw meat, bone, and vegetables, which provide the ideal nutrition for a growing young dog.  Part of our mission is to help puppies avoid creating food intolerances we do this by mixing the proteins in the meals and offering a wide range of flavours to prevent this from happening.  We believe a lot of intolerances are created by feeding puppies the same protein every day.

Raw Puppy Food Range

How much do I feed? We understand that every dog is different. We recommend that, in general, your dog should consume around 2% to 3% of its body weight per day. Therefore, a dog weighing 5kg should be eating between 100g to 150g of food per day. This is based on the lifestyle it leads, as they can be particularly active or sedentary. Therefore, you should alter the portion sizes of your dog’s meals accordingly. Using our Raw Feeding Calculator to find out more.

Puppy Working Beef Meal

Composition: Beef 60% (Ox Heart, Ox Tripe, Ox Liver Ox Kidney), Chicken Wings 30%, Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis Moisture 66.4% Protein 16.4% Total Fat 11.4% Ash 1.5% Fibre 1.7%

Puppy Working Lamb Meal

Composition: Lamb 36%, Chicken meat & Bone 30%, Beef 24% (Ox Tripe, Ox Liver, Ox Kidney), Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Waiting for lab report

Puppy Working Turkey Meal

Composition: Turkey Meat & Bones 66%, Beef 24% (Ox Heart, Ox Tripe, Ox Liver Ox Kidney), Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Waiting for lab report

Puppy Working Chicken Meal

Composition: Chicken Meat & Bones 66%, Beef 24% (Ox Heart, Ox Tripe, Ox Liver Ox Kidney), Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Waiting for lab report

Puppy Working Duck Meal

Composition: Duck Meat & Bones 66%, Beef 24% (Ox Tripe, Ox Liver, Ox Kidney), Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Moisture 76.0%, Protein 14.1%, Total Fat 6.8%, Ash 3.1%, Fibre 1.4%.

Puppy Working White Fish Meal

Composition: Haddock 36%, Chicken meat & Bone 30%, Beef 24% (Ox Tripe, Ox Liver, Ox Kidney), Seasonal Vegetables (Winter: Carrot, Butternut Squash, Green Leaf), Winter: Raspberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Moisture 76.9%, Protein 15.2%, Total Fat 4.7%, Ash 5.7%, Fibre 1.5%.

 

Puppy Working Scottish Salmon Meal

Composition: Scottish Salmon 30%, North Sea Haddock 25%, Chicken & Bone 30%, Turkey Liver 2%, Ox Kidney 2%, Carrot, Green Leaf, Raspberries, Blueberries, Salmon Oil, Kelp

Product Typical Analysis: Moisture 73.2%, Protein 14.3%, Total Fat 9.3%, Ash 5.4%, Fibre 2.3%

Raw Food for Puppies: FAQs

Do I need to wean my puppy off their previous diet before trying Raw Puppy Food? No, We suggest a straight swap. It doesn’t harm your dog to wean in, but why carry on feeding what you know isn’t doing your dog any good? If you decided to stop eating processed food and eat fresh, would you wean yourself on gradually?

Don’t Forget… We recommend that you defrost raw food overnight in the fridge; that way Bella & Duke raw food will last for 4 days if stored in the fridge.

How to Raw Feed a Puppy? Puppies (up to 12 months) need both; the right type, and the right amount of food during their development. They need protein to build growing bodies, and calcium for developing bones. We believe it is important that puppies are weighed regularly to determine correct growth and feeding quantities.

Raw Puppy Food Rough Feeding Guide:

  • 2-4 months – 8% of their body weight per day
  • 4-6 months – 6% of their body weight per day
  • 6-8 months – 4% of their body weight per day
  • 8-12 months – 3% of their body weight per day