Quick Entry on “How Much to Feed?” – change in food quantity (hot/cold weather) and feeding to support lean/healthy body condition

🍂 15 years young NR/RF kitty, Briar has been eating much more food (volume) lately with the drop in temperature, reduced light exposure, change in season & his requirements have changed. 😻 👉 How much to feed? We say, “Feed according to BODY CONDITION” – NOT:By percentageBy current body weight (ideal/target weight – yes!)By ageBy activity levelBy caloric guidelinesBy appetiteBy behavior Yes, all these factors may be used when initially switching to feeding fresh foods, but after you first start with an average suggestion for quantity/calories, soon afterwards, you will need to adjust amounts based on your animals’ individual metabolism and needs – and to adjust, as needed, on a regular basis, too! 👉The SINGLE MOST important determining factor for knowing how much to feed your carnivores is BODY CONDITION. To determine, have a qualified, experienced raw feeder/third party help you examine your animals’ body condition, or objectively look at your animals’ body composition and condition. 👉 Your carnivore should

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!! new blog series !! “SFRAW Founder Notes” No. 1: Feeding Raw Meaty Bones

I have nearly 30 years of experience in Raw Feeding, and have learned a lot from the hundreds of dog and cats that I have supported and known as the Founder/Owner of SFRAW since 2003. Let me share my personal experiences on feeding raw meaty bones with you right here in one place! The information provided is based entirely on my observations and opinions made after learning a lot about feeding bones – I hope it helps you when making these choices for your own animals.

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Mercury found in seafood may not be a risk – choosing selenium rich species of fish/seafood is key!

So, here’s where you need to know: the mercury found in these seafoods may not be a concern at all! This is because the selenium found in adequate amounts in these very same foods provides a “neutralizing” effect on the mercury found in these foods.

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