Meat

Muscles meats make up a large portion of they Prey Model Raw diet and often include non secreting organs as well.

 

The main ingredients in your companion’s meal will be made of muscle meat. Muscle meat should make up 80% of the meal or batch. Meat can come from:

 

  • Chicken

  • Turkey

  • Fish

  • Rabbit

  • Kangaroo

  • Ostrich

  • Beef

  • Quail

  • Lamb

  • Venison

  • Cornish Game Hen

  • Pheasant

  • Duck

  • Bison

  • Goose

  • Pork

  • Goat

 

This list is not all inclusive of course, but as one can see there is a lot of options in regards to protein source. Depending on where you are located, some of these proteins may be more readily available to you than others.


This portion doesn’t just include for example chicken thigh meat, shoulder meat and loin meat, but also includes non secreting organs as well. Organs that count as meat are those that work extremely hard like the heart.

Non Secreting organs that can be fed include:

 

  • Heart

  • Lung

  • Gizzards

  • Tripe

  • Tongue

 

These ingredients can also come from various protein sources as listed above.

 

It is important to note several protein sources and organs not to feed. Raw feeders should be weary of wild game such as bear, fox, raccoon or wild boar who are among a few proteins that can harbor parasites that cannot be frozen and killed. It is also not advised to feed the intestines. Finally, do not feed other carnivores to your cat, dog or ferret. Feeding carnivores to other carnivores is unnatural for our companions whom primarily eat herbivores in the wild.

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