Chicken Chips - Raw Wing Tip Treats for Dogs or Cats

Portion Guide
Raw Pet Food Diet - Portion Guide

How much raw food should I feed my pet?

Not sure how much raw food or raw toppers should you should feed your pet? Use the Maxota Raw Portion Guide below to calculate exactly how much food your pet needs for their daily diet.

The Rule of Thumb (or paw):

Calculate the exact quantity your pet needs with the following equations:

  • Adult Dogs: For a healthy adult dog, feed your pet 2%–3% of their body weight, daily. 
  • Highly Active Dogs, Puppies, Nursing Puppy Moms: For extremely active dogs, puppies, and nursing mothers feed your pet 4% – 5% of their body weight, daily.

*This calculation is for a fully raw food diet, and is calculated in pounds (lbs.)

Raw Food Portion Guide Chart:

Maxota Raw Pet Food Portion Guide -  Calculate how much raw food to include in your pet's diet.

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You know the tip of the chicken that gets clipped off the wing? Your dog's been eyeballing it. Chicken chips are a size-appropriate treat for dogs and cats of all sizes and breeds. These frozen, raw, wing tips can be eaten whole and are a great balance between raw fat, raw bone, and raw chicken protein.

But wait, won't my pet choke on chicken bones? Nope! Raw chicken bones are completely safe to eat and do not have the same danger as cooked chicken bones. Not only is it healthy for them it's great for their cranial-facial muscles and cleans their teeth!

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Why feed your dog raw treats? The nutrient value is high, meaning it can be absorbed quickly by your dog or cat's short digestive track. Get the biggest bang for your buck in terms of health and nutrients for your best friend.