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Steve Real Food

Raw Chicken Diet

  • $4199

Steve’s Chicken Diet uses only free range, vegetarian fed chicken. The Chicken Diet is high in manganese and magnesium, which are crucial for ligament health, and a mid-range fat and protein profile, making it a good option for high-energy dogs.

One of the differences between Steve’s and other raw meat diets is our meat-to-veggie ratio. We keep our meat-to-produce ratio at 80%/20% in order to provide your pet with functional foods that provide both protein and all the essential vitamins and minerals that help fight diseases and promote strong bones, muscles, and organ function.

Our complete and balanced chicken diet for dogs and cats are bade from cage free, antibiotic and hormone free chicken.

Ground Chicken, Raw Ground Chicken Bone, Chicken Livers, Chicken Gizzards, Broccoli, Carrots, Romaine Lettuce, Cantaloupe, Raw Goat’s Milk, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Salmon Oil, Coconut Oil, Inulin, Taurine, Mixed Tocopherols, Eggshell Membrane, Dicalcium Phosphate

Protein: 12.9% minimum

Fat: 12.2% minimum

Fiber: 0.2% maximum

Moisture: 72.5% maximum

Nutritional Fast Facts

Calories: 1572 per kg (45 per oz)

Calcium to Phosphate: 1.4:1

B.A.R.F Formulation

80% Meat/Organ/Bone 20% Produce

Carbohydrates: 1.7 %

PH Level: 6.8 S.U.


Vitamin A 13600 IU/kg

Vitamin D 3140 IU/kg

Vitamin E 69 IU/kg

Thiamine (B1) 6.1 mg/kg

Riboflavin (B2) 16.3 mg/kg

Pantothenic Acid 50.6 mg/kg

Niacin (B3) 76 mg/kg

Pyridoxine (B6) 1.61 mg/kg

Folic Acid 1.56 mg/kg

Vitamin B12 0.6 mg/kg

Choline 3210 mg/kg

Taurine 2%


Ash 3.18%

Calcium 1.9%

Phosphorus 1.4%

Potassium 1.0%

Sodium 0.4%

Magnesium 0.11%

Iron 130 mg/kg

Copper 7.6 mg/kg

Manganese 13 mg/kg

Zinc 137 mg/kg

Iodine 1.1 mg/kg

Selenium 0.7 mg/kg

Pet’s Activity/Life Stage Percent of Body Weight to Feed Oz to Feed for Every 10lbs of Body Weight
Overweight 1.5% 2.4
Average Activity 2.0% 3.2
Above Average Activity 2.5% 4
Weight Gain Goal 3.0% 7.8
Highly Active 3.5% 5.6
Kittens, Puppies, or Pregnant 4% + 6.4 +

If you have never fed raw before, you may be surprised as you watch your dog's health improve while they transition to a healthier diet. It's important to be aware of how much you should be feeding your pet. When you feed your pet a raw food diet, they will often require less food than if you were to feed them a kibble/grain-based diet, because the food has so much more nutritional value. There are a few factors that will affect the recommended amount to feed your pet, such as age, activity level, and weight goals. We use the bodyweight percentage rule, which estimates feeding amounts based on the weight of your pet. For example, if you have a 50-pound adult Australian Shepherd, then you would want to feed them 2.5% of their body weight, which is 1.25 lb (daily).

50lbs x 2.5% = 1.25 lbs

Body Weight Percentage Recommendation: We suggest that you feed your pet the following percentages based on their activity and weight goals.

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