Training treats (e.g. slow baked organ or meat slices)
the main meal can be either morning or evening – in this example it is in the morning.
only change the menu each week if stools are ok, if not, keep to the same weeks menu until they are ok, before proceeding.
when introducing any new meat or organ meat, test with thumbnail pieces first, and check stools before slowly increasing.
when introducing egg, test with a small amount of beaten egg first, and check stools before increasing to a whole egg. Eggs can be served whole, and used as a complicated meal where they have to figure out how to get at the contents. Sometimes you have to make a tiny hole in the shell so they can smell the egg inside and figure it out.
Remember, you’re aiming for:80% meat, sinew, ligaments, fat, can also include heart meat
10% edible bone
5% other organ meat
So for 375g of food a day this equals:
300g meat, sinew, ligaments, fat, heart meat
37.5g edible bone
18.75g other organ meat
These measurements don’t have to be exact, just to bear in mind.