There is a method to feeding a raw diet to you Pomeranian. It’s a method that I had to play around and experiment with before I discovered the best way for my Pomeranian girls to eat their food! Today I will tell you how the “feeding routine” goes around the Pommy Mommy home!!!
I didn’t become an expert at feeding a raw diet over night! It was a learning process for sure! I went to a pet boutique that sold raw food and got some education.
There are many different kinds of raw food. Some popular brands include:
- Stella and Chewy’s
- Primal Pet Food
Raw Food Definitions
- Sold in plastic wrap, manually cut and weight out food, thaw to serve.
All of these brands have samples that you can try. The woman who owned the pet boutique loaded me up with three different kinds of raw food samples. If you want to start feeding raw, this is the best way to introduce your Pomeranian to the new grub! I wanted to see what brand they liked the taste of, and how they digested it. After a few days of trying out the new food the girls and I decided that Primal Pet Food is the winner! (chicken flavored of course, the Pomeranian’s went crazy over it!) They loved the taste and it worked wonders with their digestive system.
Feeding raw food is much easier than one would think. Once you get into a routine it becomes second nature. With the Primal food I purchase a bag of frozen dog food and bring it home right away. (Yep, it’s frozen and it thaws out quickly!) Once I’m home I use 1 quart freezer bags and separate the food. Each bag contains one day of food. For example: All together the Pomeranian’s eat 10 “nuggets” of food a day. The nuggets are 1 ounce of raw food. Therefore I put ten pieces of frozen food from the bag I got at the store into one freezer bag. I always have two bags of food in the refrigerator at the same time. One for the current day, and one for the next day. (Being frozen you need to give it time to thaw correctly) The rest of the food is stored in the freezer. I take a bag of food out every night after “dinner time” and let it thaw in the refrigerator.