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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-25-2014, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Percentages of raw food...

Do the percentages of the types of raw need to be given daily? In other words, the 80/10/10, is that every meal or can that be spread over days or a week? Doing it daily is a bit rough...... Thanks for your help.

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It's usually recommended to balance to those percentages over the course of a week.


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Okay, that's great. I have been doing storage containers that hold about 3 days, but of course I wasn't positive about specifically what is included at each feeding, so this is a relief as I know what's in the full three days is perfectly balanced. She eats a LOT. Yesterday she ate 12 oz. divided into four meals. She's a little over 7 months, so I was going to try three meals yesterday, but she was asking for food and had to give her the usual 4 meals. She eats at 6 or 7 am, noon or 11, 4, and 8 pm. I guess she'll let me know when she's ready to cut it to three meals. Lol.

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