The following sample monthly Adult Meal Plans have been created to give pet owners an example of how to rotate proteins once the transition to a raw diet is finished.
For those who have followed a transition including Chicken, this could be the meal rotation plan for you:
If your pet has a sensitivity to Chicken, this could be the mean rotation plan for you:
*For our feline friends, Basic meals can be substituted for the Dinners
For those of you who like to create your own protein rotation or mix and match all of our proteins, here is a blank template plus shopping list for you:
Help! I have a small pet that doesn’t eat much, how do I rotate?
Rotating proteins is often a challenge for small pet owners, whether they be dog or cat, often the 1 lb packages can just be too much. This is where the Messy Mutts Silicone Treat Mold
comes in handy! This Silicone bake and Freeze mold makes 12 x 1 oz bones that are notched mid-section to allow for a perfect break. Each time you open a new protein, portion, and freeze the majority of the package and once froze, place in a freezer safe container for future use. By the end of the week you will have all of your proteins portioned and ready for the rest of the month.Do I need to add anything else to my pets meals?
Yes, we do suggest adding meal boosters to further enhance your pet’s meals. Those can come in the form of Quail eggs, Sardines etc. Visit our Bones & Extras page by clicking here
!Click the graphic below to view our bowl boosting suggestions, please note that if you are feeding the dinners you will not need to add Kelp to your pet’s diet.