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DIY Turkey Carcass Mince contains minced whole turkey carcasses giving this product approx. 40-50% bone content.
DIY Turkey Carcass Mince is a complementary feed that should be fed as part of a balanced DIY diet or as a treat.
Responsibly Sourced Raw Dog Food
Our turkey is free to roam, raised in extremely high-welfare conditions.
Complementing a Balanced Diet for your Dog
Turkey is high in vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B12, vitamins B1 (thiamine) and B2 (riboflavin), selenium and zinc. This product is ideal for adding to other DIY products to form a balanced diet. Due to the high bone content, carcass mince should be fed sparingly.
Keeping Your Dog Happy and Healthy
DIY Turkey Carcass Mince is grain-free with absolutely no additives making this a hypoallergenic product. Approx. 40-50% bone content.
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Good food, not easy to use up in 3days as food is frozen in 1kg blocks and difficult to separate into smaller portions. Ideal for the larger dogs.
Though I recommend this food I will not be ordering again unless in smaller portions.
Good value for money
Customer recommends this product
Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Paleo Ridge DIY Raw Turkey Mince Dog Food, including answers from our team.
Hi how much would I feed of this when alongside the paleo ridge complete? (For a 32kg dog) Is it necessary as well? Many thanks
Thank you for your question,
You would not need to add more meat into a complete food, This can cause dogs to become overweight complete foods are made to give the dogs every nutrient they need so you would only need to feed based on your dogs weight.
For a 32kg dog you need to feed between 2-3% of your dogs weight so you will need to feed between 640 to 800 Grams per day split into two meals.