Cats can be difficult, but the younger you can start them the better. Giving all the proteins, organs and bones you can just like dogs, but you must add a taurine source at each meal. Heart is the best source for that.
The ratios are all the same, but you want to make sure to have 5% of the muscle meat come from heart. Most cats aren't very interested in hoofed animals but some will take it.
To start them off, you want to stop free feeding altogether, and then switch to the highest quality wet food you can. Then, add in little bits of muscle meat. Once they take that, just try marinating the meat bits in the wet food. You can then try adding in more kinds of meats and cuts, moving then to organs. You can't do the 'starve them' option with cats as it can cause them potentially fatal liver complications.
I applaud those who have Raw down pat, but for me i've wandered from Homemade cooked, supplemented with nutrients, to a mix of: Raw meat, Homemade cooked meat, and coated Kibble, bone broth and veggie mixed, adding pre-mixed supplements when the ratio of homemade cooked is substantial.
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Are pig feet o.k. to feed to my dogs???? I've seen them in the package and the bones look a little sharp from the best that I can tell. They seem to be cheap enough. Any nutrition in them???
What do y'all think??:smile:
I have 1 year old Black working line GSD. Been Raw feed for 2 months know he turns his nose up at his food.
Chicken quarter from Walmart,
Beef liver ground up with chicken heart and ground beef!!
IHe was doing really good then, I switched the ground beef with ground Turkey and he...