Chicken liver is low in sodium. It is also a good source of iron, zinc, and manganese, and a very good source of protein, vitamins A, B6, B12, riboflavin, niacin, folate, phosphorus, copper, and selenium. Vitamin A is needed for growth, to keep skin and respiratory (breathing) tracts healthy, for vision (helping eyes to adjust to dim light), and to fight infection.
Liver is an excellent source of vitamin A.
This helps to maintain healthy eyesight and skin. Good sources are liver, milk, egg yolks as well as fish oils.
Some calcium is obtained through the blood that is consumed through raw products; however, your pet’s main supply of calcium is produced by your pet’s natural internal system when fed a balanced raw diet.
- For Dogs: 100 grams (one cube) per 5Kg body weight per day for adult dogs.
- For Puppies & Kittens: Up to 12 months of age adjust up to approx. 200g per 5Kg per day.
- Cats: Approx. 100g to 200g per day
Every pet is unique and has different nutritional requirements, adjust feeding levels according to activity levels and condition of your pet.
Keep frozen. Once thawed use within three days.
- Cats like their meat blends at room temperature (“blood temperature”). If meat blends are cold, add some boiled water to “warm” the meat.
- Cats get their liquid from their meat, not usually from the water bowl.
- Older cats need animal protein, not more carbohydrates, and fats. http://feline-nutrition.org/nutrition/the-skinny-on-senior-cats-metabolism-explained