We are slowly easing in to giving Jackson meat. @thebarkerskitchen thank you sendings the best of the best😍😘😍 their treats are awesome, fresh, and responsibly sourced. Not only are they nice treat for your pooch but you can also use them as added meat variety to your diet. .
Great additive too if you want to #makekibblebetter for those who are not on raw diet. Adding fresh raw food (veggies, fruit or meat, etc) is always a plus😘
I also did some research and found alot of helpful informations. BUT the very easy and straight forward for novice feeder like me (or those who want to transition their dog to #rawdiet) was from @primalpooch "How to transition your dog to raw diet" I will link the information below so you an read it as well.
We chose to do slow transition and combination of current diet. Yes we are doing slow transition for Kona as well. She is less complicated than Jackson (as per our vet visit) although we have very little history behind her diet it was helpful to have found a Holistic Vet recommended by the rescue to guide us in Jackson's and Kona's transition. .
Just a little history Jackson was on kibble all his life and we started #rawfeeding early this year and we step back to give his gut a break and time to heal by milk diet. Now were slowly adding meat and our next step to our elimination diet.
Let's remember every dog is different and every dog has different needs .
📣DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT AN EXPERT this is "Just something we like to share since were all here to learn from each other"
Apparently I'm not a fan of mackerel head, so I create a crime scene for mommy. Only to show her my point 😏
🤙🏼Mackerel head, duck neck
🤙🏼Beef chuck, beef lung, beef green tripe
🤙🏼Quail egg, veg + goji berries paw, pineapple + raw goats milk Lego, probiotics, ACV, coconut oil(not in this pic)