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.
Calculate the exact quantity your pet needs with the following equations:
*This calculation is for a fully raw food diet, and is calculated in pounds (lbs.)
Not sure what size raw bone should you should give your pet? Use the Maxota Raw Bone Size Guide below to get the perfect fit for your pooch.
When it comes to bones, the larger the better:
*To be safe, never leave your pooch alone with their raw bone. Keeping an eye on them will ensure there is no chance of choking.
Do you need additional assistance calculating the exact portions for your pet's unique needs? No problem. Stop by our open kitchen and retail shop for a one on one consultation with our in-house nutritionists. We'll formulate the perfect diet for your pet.
Throw your dog a bone! Our beef knuckle bones are an excellent source of calcium, phosphorus, and healthy fats. Not only will a knuckle bone keep your pup entertained for hours, but it will also clean their teeth naturally as they gnaw away. Unlike cooked bones, raw bones are totally safe for your pooch.
What Bone Size? Order according to your dog's mouth size. If your dog can fit the entire bone in its mouth the bone is too small, and it may become a choking hazard. Remember, you want your dog to gnaw on this bone for a while! Small dogs get small bones, and big dogs get big bones.
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Say goodbye to shredded stuffed toys, and hello to a raw treat that will keep your pooch entertained for hours, provide a healthy dose of nutrients, and even clean their teeth!
Are you tired of cleaning up shredded plastic toy stuffing that your pooch has unwittingly strewn across the yard or living room? Did your pooch digest a plastic toy squeeker? We've got the answer to your problems with meaty bones: the treat your dog was designed to gnaw on. Just let your pooch chew the bone until it's hollow, and throw it out when they're done!