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KAZKIRI GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS

diet

German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Preparing Vegetables

German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Vegetables stored in Ball Mason Jars

German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Coconut Oil - See dosage above

German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Golden Paste - See dosage above

German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Summer treat - Seedless Watermelon & no rind
German Shepherd Dogs - Kazkiri GSDs
Fresh water always available

Always make sure your dog has fresh drinking water!

As adults our dogs are fed the vegetables listed below either freshly juiced or steamed. We always feed human grade steamed/cooked boneless chicken, human grade beef may be fed raw, boiled/scrambled eggs fed twice per week, yogurt daily, salmon on alternate days to beef or chicken, brisket bones 2 or 3 times per week, coconut oil daily, golden paste daily:

  • salmon,
  • yogurt - make sure to only choose yogurts that do not contain artificial sweeteners or added sugars. Yogurt with active bacteria can act as a probiotic and are good for your dog’s digestive system.
  • lambs fry (Liver) - ¼ per week
  • brisket bones- twice per week
  • boiled/poached eggs - twice per week,
  • sardines
  • pumpkin,
  • carrot,
  • baby spinach
  • kale (in moderation)
  • zucchini
  • broccoli
  • cauliflower
  • red capsicum
  • steamed boneless chicken - diced
  • beef
  • We give carrot,  apple  & seedless watermelon (in moderation) as treats
  • pure organic cold pressed coconut oil  Coconut Oil - Coconut Magic - Dosage ½ tsp for every 4.5kg of your dog's body weight
  • Golden Paste - Dosage ¼ teaspoon for every 4.5kg of your dog's body weight - Start out with about one quarter to one half teaspoon depending how big your dog is.  Use as a guide: the dosage for larger dogs is roughly one tablespoon daily.  They say the body expels turmeric quickly; so with that in mind, you should split the dosage between two meals.

Foods that Spell DANGER to dogs and cats

Our Dogs are fed a Premium Grain Free Formula Food  (ALWAYS SOAKED)

The premium dry foods we feed are:

  • A La Carte (100% Australian Made /Owned)
  • Eaglepack (Grain Free)
  • Holistic Select (Grain Free)
  • Holistic Select Salmon & Anchovy
  • Taste Of The Wild (Grain Free)
    Please read Dr Hedberg's articles at the end of this page. (We do NOT feed Royal Canin, Eukanuba Brands)

    8 weeks - 12 weeks
    The amount of Formula fed is only an estimation - your dog should ALWAYS have a waistline.
    breakfast
    ¾ cup soaked PREMIUM PUPPY FORMULA
    ¼ cup BIG DOG BARF - TURKEY FORMULA
    ½ teaspoon of certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil per 4.5kg of your dog's body weight

    dinner
    ¾ cup soaked PREMIUM PUPPY FORMULA
    ¼ cup BIG DOG BARF- TURKEY FORMULA

    3 months - 6 months
    The amount of Formula fed is only an estimation - your dog should ALWAYS have a waistline.
    breakfast
    1¼ cups  soaked Formula 
    ½ cup BIG DOG BARF - TURKEY FORMULA

    ½ teaspoon of certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil per 4.5kg
    of your dog's body weight

dinner
1¼ cups soaked Formula
½ cup BIG DOG BARF -TURKEY FORMULA

6 months - 9 months
The amount of Formula fed is only an estimation - your dog should ALWAYS have a waistline.
breakfast

2 cups soaked Formula
½ cup BIG DOG BARF

½ teaspoon of certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil per 4.5kg
of your dog's body weight
¼ teaspoon of Golden Paste per 4.5kg of your dog's body weight

dinner
2 cups soaked Formula
½ cup BIG DOG BARF


9 months - 12 months
The amount of Formula fed is only an estimation - your dog should ALWAYS have a waistline.
breakfast

2 cups  soaked Formula
½ cup BIG DOG BARF

½ teaspoon of certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil per 4.5kg
of your dog's body weight
¼ teaspoon of Golden Paste per 4.5kg of your dog's body weight

dinner
2 cups soaked Formula
½ cup
BIG DOG BARF

12 months onwards   

Feed your dog the same amount you have been feeding from 9 to 12 months unless he is not showing a waistline then cut the amount of food you are giving him or up his exercise regime.

As an adult the dog should have breakfast and dinner. Feeding two smaller meals instead of one large meal per day will lessen the risk of your dog
BLOATING

  • What you have fed your dog from the age of 12 months should be all he requires as an adult.
  • If at any stage the dog does not have a waistline, reduce the the meal size and increase the exercise.
REMEMBER - If your dog is too fat - YOU are not getting enough exercise.
 
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