MAKING THE SWITCH TO RAW
There are a few different ways in which you can switch your dog to a raw diet. Each dog is different and you know your own dog better than anyone else.
Most dogs don’t require a transition period when it comes to switching to a raw dog food diet. You simply do a complete swap from day one and 9 out of 10 dogs who are new to raw food simply can't seem to get enough of it.
There is a small percentage of dogs who will need a gradual transition from their previous food. If your dog is one of these, then we recommend giving your dog raw food for one meal and then feeding them their regular food for the other meal over the first seven days. If you are a current dry feeder and free feed (leave the dry food out all day) it is best to remove this and only put the dry mealtime down at set mealtimes; as this will be how you feed when you make the full switch to raw feeding.
Alternatively, introduce the raw food alongside their current food. The best way to do this is by making up their usual bowl of dry food with around 25% of raw food and 75% dry. Then overtime you gradually up the amount of raw and reduce the dry until you’ve fully switched.