Raw Rabbit, Chicken & Beef Dog Food Recipe: Adult

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Have you ever wondered how to balance out a whole rabbit? This recipe does just that! No grains, no synthetic vitamins and minerals and it meets minimum AAFCO requirements for adult dogs.

NOTE: This food is for adult dogs only. 

You may need to adjust the daily amount based on your dog’s breed and activity level. 

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Raw Rabbit, Chicken & Beef Dog Food Recipe: Adult

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5.1 pounds: 2-3 day supply for a 50 pound dog


  • 2.5 pounds rabbit (typical whole rabbit carcass)
  • 1 pound chicken heart
  • 1/4 pound beef liver
  • 4 pasture-raised eggs without shells
  • 8 ounces broccoli
  • 1/2 ounce chopped spinach
  • 6 ounces blueberries or mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and cranberries)
  • 2 grams green lipped mussel powder


To Feed Raw

  • Cut the rabbit into small pieces, feed whole or grind it with the liver and heart
  • Puree the broccoli, spinach, berries, and green-lipped museel powder in a food processor
  • Mix the heart, liver, egg and veggie/berry mix together (include the rabbit if ground or in small pieces)
  • Place the mixture into smaller containers and place them in your freezer
  • Freeze the food in 1-3 day portions


The ingredients in this recipe have been carefully chosen to meet AAFCO minimum nutrition requirements for adult dogs. Don’t replace ingredients or vary the amounts too much … this may unbalance the food. The berries are optional but all other ingredients need to be in the recipe in the listed amounts.

How Much To Feed

In general, dogs should eat about 2-3% of their body weight daily in raw food. Here’s a rough guide for this recipe:
  • 10 lb dog: Recipe will make an 8 day supply
  • 25 lb dog: Recipe will make a 4 day supply
  • 50 lb dog: Recipe will make a 2-3 day supply
  • 75 lb dog: Recipe will make a 2 day supply
  • 100 lb dog: Recipe will make a 1.5 day supply
NOTE: This food is for adult dogs only. 

Nutritional Information

Typical analysis on a caloric basis:
  • Calories per pound: 461.5


  • Protein: 14.38%
  • Fat: 5.36%
  • Ash: 2.16%
  • Moisture: 75.87%
  • Fiber: 0.56%
  • Carbohydrate: 1.66%


  • Total fat: 52.73 g/kg
  • Saturated fat: 15.77 g/kg
  • Monounsaturated fat: 13.63 g/kg
  • Polyunsaturated fat: 15.52 g/kg
  • Omega-6/omega-3: 9.9:1 
  • Omega-6/omega-3 with Safe-Sea: 6.9:1 


  • Calcium: 5.76 g/kg
  • Phosphorus: 3.74 g/kg
  • Ca:P Ratio: 1.54:1
  • Potassium: 2.34 g/kg
  • Sodium: 0.66 g/kg
  • Magnesium: 0.30 g/kg
  • Iron: 24.62 mg/kg
  • Copper: 5.71 mg/kg
  • Manganese: 2.83 mg/kg
  • Zinc: 27.14 mg/kg
  • Selenium: 0.28 mg/kg


  • Vitamin A: 13,219.54 IU/kg
  • Vitamin C: 99.41 mg/kg
  • Vitamin D: 139.90 IU/kg
  • Thiamine (B1): 1.00 mg/kg
  • Riboflavin (B2): 5.29 mg/kg
  • Niacin (B3): 71.58 mg/kg
  • Pantothenic Acid (B5): 12.78 mg/kg
  • Pyridoxine (B6): 8.33 mg/kg
  • Vitamin (B12): 0.06 mg/kg
  • Folic Acid: 0.49 mg/kg
This recipe is for adult dogs only. Recipe is based on typical nutrient values, which may vary from item to item. Analysis and nutrient amounts are approximate.


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