Raw Feeding Chart

Use this chart to determine the amount of food you’ll need daily for your pet. We highly recommend splitting this into 2 meals per day minimum as raw food digests at a faster rate than kibble.

Dog’s Target WeightActivity Level-LowActivity Level-ModerateActivity Level-High
5 lbs2 oz2 oz2 oz
10 lbs3 oz4 oz5 oz
15 lbs5 oz6 oz7 oz
20 lbs6 oz8 oz10 oz
25 lbs8 oz10 oz12 oz
30 lbs10 oz12 oz14 oz
35 lbs11 oz14 oz17 oz
40 lbs13 oz16 oz19 oz
45 lbs14 oz18 oz22 oz
50 lbs16 oz20 oz24 oz
55 lbs18 oz22 oz26 oz
60 lbs19 oz24 oz29 oz
65 lbs21 oz26 oz31 oz
70 lbs22 oz28 oz34 oz
75 lbs24 oz30 oz36 oz
80 lbs26 oz32 oz38 oz
85 lbs27 oz34 oz41 oz
90 lbs29 oz36 oz43 oz
100 lbs32 oz40 oz48 oz
110 lbs35 oz44 oz53 oz
120 lbs38 oz48 oz58 oz
130 lbs42 oz52 oz62 oz
140 lbs45 oz56 oz67 oz

Switching from Kibble

If your dog has a sensitive stomach, you are best to start slowly adding raw into the dog’s kibble. (Don’t forget to adjust the amounts!) Ideally you’ll want to switch over 1-2 weeks time by slowing increasing the raw and decreasing the kibble. If your dog shows signs of digestive upset, canned plain pumpkin can be added to the meal at 1 tsp increments. 

If your dog is a hearty eater with little digestive issue, many times we switch dogs cold turkey. Feed their last meal of kibble tonight and start with their raw portion tomorrow morning. 

It’s important to remember that raw digests faster than kibble and your dog will need to be fed twice per day.

How Much Food Do I Need?

Every dog is different! You’ll want to use the chart provided to determine your range of daily intake you’ll start with. Some dogs may need more than others so if you have a harder keeper, be sure to start with the “High” activity level category and you can always adjust down. Take your daily intake from the chart (it is shown in ounces) and multiply it by the number of days you will purchase at one time. That will give you the total ounces needed. Be sure to convert to lbs before ordering! (16 ounces/lb)

How Do I Know If I’m Feeding Enough?

Easy! Look at your dog’s physical condition. Just like in people, dogs will get bigger or smaller in size dependent on how much they eat. Ideally, you will be able to see your dog’s waist line. If you notice your dog is adding or dropping weight and it is not desired, start by increasing 1/2-1 oz per meal depending on the size of dog. You should be able to tell within a few days if you are feeding the appropriate amount. Remember, dogs need different amounts of food depending on their activity level so the amount you feed may change during the time of year.


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