Transitioning & Feeding Guidelines

We recommend transitioning your new puppy on a raw food diet 5 to 7 days after you bring them home. Everything is new to puppies and their tummies can take time to adjust to new foods. 

Gradual Transition 

– slow & steady wins the race! 

Switching to a raw food diet should be a positive experience for both you and your puppy, so transitioning gradually is often the best approach! Slowly introduce the raw food to their current diet and slowly phase out the old food. Please refer to the chart below:


We recommend allowing their meal to sit at room temperature prior to feeding. This will help their tummies gradually acclimatize to eating raw directly from the refrigerator. Check out our 5 day temperature feeding guide below:

We recommend feeding your growing puppy 2-3 times a day (as opposed to 1-2 times a day when they are mature). It is best to offer the meal for 5-10 minutes in a quiet space where your puppy feels safe. If your puppy does not eat all their food, simply put the remainder back in the refrigerator and offer it at their next mealtime. Avoid “dressing” or “topping” the food with cheese, gravy, or other offerings as it can lead to picky eating as a mature dog!

Puppy Feeding Guide:

Reading the Puppy Feeding Guide:

  1. Determine your puppy’s current age in months and find that across the top of the chart.  
  2. Next, you will need your puppy’s size classification, this can be determined based on your puppy’s breed. If your puppy is a mixed breed, often the average size can be used as a guide. If the puppy’s breeds are unknown, your primary care veterinarian can help you determine based on your puppy’s current weight which size classification they should fall into. 
  3. Once you have this information, go down the left-hand side of the table until you find your puppy’s weight class. 
  4. Look to see where those two intersect, this is going to give you a feeding range for how much to feed your puppy per day.
  5. Based on your puppy’s projected adult weight, it would be reasonable to start at the lower end of the range and adjust based on your puppy’s activity level,  metabolism and current body condition. 
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