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Muscle Meat

  • Beef
  • Beef – grass fed
  • Bison
  • Chicken
  • Chicken – pasture raised
  • Duck
  • Eggs: chicken, duck, quail
  • Elk
  • Goat
  • Lamb
  • Pork
  • Pork – grass fed
  • Turkey
  • Venison

Organ Meat

  • Green tripe – beef
  • Chicken gizzards
  • Duck gizzards
  • Beef tongue
  • Duck tongue
  • Beef heart
  • Chicken heart
  • Duck heart
  • Pork heart

Fish

Cook to avoid thiaminase (poach, steam or bake)

  • Anchovy – broad-striped
  • Anchovy, Caliifornia
  • Capelin
  • Carp
  • Catfish
  • Herring, Atlantic
  • Herring, Baltic
  • Mackerel, Pacific
  • Sardine, scaled
  • Smelts, Rainbow
  • Snapper, Ruby
  • Tuna, Skipjack
  • Tuna, Yellowfin
  • Whitefish, lake
  • Whitefish, Round

Fish without thiaminase, ok to feed raw

  • Bass, smallmouth, largemouth and rock
  • Cod
  • Croaker
  • Haddock
  • Hake
  • Halibut
  • Mackerel, species Scomber Scrumbrus
  • Pike
  • Pollack
  • Salmon
  • Salmon skin
  • Smelt, pond
  • Trout, brown, lake, rainbow, and white
  • Whiting

Keep in mind Salmon and Trout from the Pacific North West should be frozen for four weeks prior to feeding. Salmon has some risks from this area due to a parasite called Neorickettsia helminthoeca. Cooking salmon and trout destroys any parasites.


Seafood

Cook to avoid thiaminase (poach, steam or bake)

  • Clams – cooked
  • Green Lipped Mussels (great for glucosamine)
  • Blue Lipped Mussels (great for manganese)
  • Oysters (great for zinc): Cooked or dehydrated – never raw

Raw Meaty Bones

Small Dogs

  • Chicken feet
  • Chicken necks
  • Chicken wings
  • Duck feet
  • Duck necks
  • Duck wings
  • Rabbit feet
  • Rabbit heads
  • Quail feet
  • Quail necks

Medium Dogs

  • Cornish hens
  • Goat ribs
  • Quail
  • Pork ribs, trotters
  • Rabbit frames

Large Dogs

  • Everything medium dogs can eat
  • Chicken backs
  • Quail
  • Turkey necks and wings
  • Venison ribs and shoulders

Vegetables

Ok to feed raw:

  • Alfalfa sprouts
  • Arugula
  • Asparagus
  • Basil
  • Bok Choy: Avoid or feed in moderation if your dog is hypothyroid.
  • Carrot tops
  • Celery
  • Dill
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Green peas
  • Kelp
  • Mint
  • Red lettuce
  • Romaine
  • Seaweed
  • Spring greens
  • Sprouted seeds
  • Wheat grass

Blanch, blend or steam

  • *Broccoli: Broccoli is goitrogenic, it inhibits the body’s ability to use iodine. Do not feed broccoli if your dog is hypothyroid. Contains oxalates – feed in moderation
  • *Beet greens: Contains oxalates – feed in moderation
  • Brussel sprouts: Brussel sprouts are goitrogenic, as they inhibit the body’s ability to use iodine. Do not feed Brussel sprouts if your dog is hypothyroid.
  • Cauliflower: Cauliflower is goitrogenic, as it inhibits the body’s ability to use iodine. Do not feed cauliflower if your dog is hypothyroid.
  • *Chard
  • Dandelion greens: mild diuretic also a prebiotic, feed in moderation
  • *Kale: Avoid or feed in moderation if your dog is hypothyroid.
  • *Mustard greens: Contains oxalates – feed in moderation
  • Radish
  • *Rainbow chard: Contains oxalates – feed in moderation
  • Red beets
  • Zuchinni

Cook

  • Carrots
  • Mushrooms
  • Pumpkin
  • Squash
  • Sweet potates
  • Yams

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Supplements

Enzmes

Larch Arabinogalactan

Milk Thistle

Probiotics – soil based

Quercetin

Tumeric

Slippery Elm