Health Boosting Raw Dog Food Recipe

(Video) how to make your own raw dog food:

Health Boosting Raw Dog Food RecipeHere’s a raw dog food recipe that’s sure to boost your dog’s health. Enjoy!

Posted by Bully Max on Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Infographic: The World’s Healthiest Raw Dog Food Recipe


Note: This recipe may be altered and isn’t set in stone. If you don’t cover every single ingredient, there’s no need to worry. As long as you include the Bully Max Total Health, The Main Protein Source (Ground turkey or ground meat), Eggs, White Rice, and a minimum of 3 vegetables, the recipe will still be considered a completed and well balanced meal by adding this dog supplement.

Ingredient List

  1. Bully Max Total Health: Bully Max total health provides the following benefits: Boosts health & immunity, Maintains hip & joint health, Increases digestive health, Maintains cardiovascular health and function, Boosts skin & coat health.
  2. Ground turkey: 10 lbs. of raw ground turkey. 85% Lean Ground Turkey (15% Fat)
  3. Eggs: 18 hardboiled eggs including the shells-cooled Studies have proved that the calcium in egg shell is highly absorbable. Eggs are easy to digest and the protein in eggs has the highest biological value of any food – Even higher than beef.
  4. White rice: 15 cups of cooked white rice-cooled (This is made from 5 cups of uncooked rice. Use white rice, not brown. White Rice is more easily digested by your dog.)
  5. Broccoli: 1 cup of RAW CHOPPED BROCCOLI Broccoli is a healthy green vegetable and a member of the kale family. It’s notably rich in vitamin C and fiber and numerous other nutrients. Like other cruciferous vegetables, broccoli is believed to provide anti-cancer benefits.
  6. Celery: 1 cup of RAW CHOPPED CELERY Although raw celery can be very high in water, it can still contribute a notable amount of dietary fiber as well as other healthy nutrients.
  7. Spinach: 3 cups of RAW CHOPPED SPINACH Due to its exceptional vitamin and mineral content, spinach exhibits a remarkably high nutrient Completeness Score of 91.
  8. Carrots: 1 cup of RAW CHOPPED CARROTS Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, minerals and dietary fiber.
  9. Apples: 4 APPLES. CHOPPED WITH THE CORES REMOVED. a nutrient-rich fruit that’s also high in fiber.
  10. Romaine: lettuce 1 Head of Romaine Lettuce. CHOPPED. This green leafy vegetable is naturally rich in vitamins and minerals. In fact, lettuce boasts an exceptionally high nutrient Completeness Score of 88
  11. Coconut: 1/2 cup of of COCONUT – SHAVED Coconut is rich in medium chain fatty acids. Coconut has been reported to have a beneficial effect on a dog’s skin and coat, improve digestion, and reduce allergic reactions.

Serving Sizes

  • 10 lb. dog – 1/2 cup daily
  • 20 lb. dog – 1 cup daily
  • 40 lb. dog – 2 cups daily
  • 60 lb. dog – 3 cups daily
  • 80 lb. dog – 3 1/2 – 4 cups daily
  • 100 lb. dog – 4-6 cups daily

Getting Started on Raw

  • Day 1: Only give your dog water for the first 24 hours. No food. Mixing commercial dog food with the new diet may cause digestive issues.
  • Day 2: Feed your dog about 1/4 the amount they would normally eat.
  • Day 3: Feed your dog about 1/2 the amount they would normally eat.
  • Day 4: Feed your dog about 3/4 the amount they would normally eat.
  • Day 5: Feed your dog their full amount of food.


New to the raw diet? Check out the beginners guide to feeding raw.

  • Mark Addiego

    If you have any more recipes videos like these, can you please post the links. thank u

  • rob

    I have a new puppy, Gotti bloodline American bully. She is about 6 months old now and has mange. I ordered the Bully Max Total Health in hopes it will help but, also looking at switching diet. I am looking to switch to raw as I have read the mites feed on carbs, yeast, starch. my question is, will the above recipe without the rice work? I also notice there is no “rmb” in the above recipe.
    I am just wondering if anything else is needed. Do I need to add things like heart, neck, bones, etc.? I am using wellness Core Puppy now along with the Bully Max Total Health. Since adding the Bully Max Total Health I can tell see is feeling better but, no improvement in skin yet.
    If I use the ground turkey, veggies and Bully Max Total Health. Is that enough and do I feed according to the puppies current weight of her expected adult weight? Sorry but, there is a lot of conflicting information online.
    Does Bully Max Total Health offer the same muscle building as the original Bully Max or is something else needed?

    • Hi Rob, Ground turkey with veggies and Bully Max total health would work great. I would also recommend adding ground bones and apples to this recipe as well. Ground bones are an excellent source of natural calcium and apples are high in fiber. The rice isn’t an essential part of the raw diet and you may exclude rice from the recipe. I would also recommend checking out the following article:

      • rob

        Thanks for your help! Also, can I simply add a serving(1tsp) or two of the Bully Max Total Health to each meal instead of mixing it directly into the entire batch? Thanks.

        • Yes, you certainly can. Also, the Bully Max total health is only designed for health benefits. You can use Gorilla Max (A powder), the Original Bully Max (Chewable flavored tablets), or Bully Max performance chews (Soft chews) in order to build muscle.

          • rob

            Thanks again for all your help.

            Right now she is getting two tsp of the total health and two bullymax tablets a day. Both spaced out among morning and evening feedings. I searched local butchers and ground turkey is a little too much at 3 cups a day. I found a good price on ground beef at 73/27 (protein to fat). Can I use that instead?

          • You’re welcome. Ground beef works very well. You may also want to look into chicken backs as an optional as well.

          • rob

            I want to thank you for all your help! My puppies skin has shown a lot of improvement along with energy. I am now on the autoship program because I truly believe in your products. I DO NEED SOME CLARIFICATION ON SOMETHING! For a PUPPY, following the guide lines above. Do I feed according to current weight of expected adult weight? I know puppies have different needs then adult dogs so this question is very important and I hope you can answer it.

          • rob

            Sorry, I meant or adult weight!

          • Hi Rob, that’s great to hear! All dosage recommendations are based on your dog’s current weight. Have a great day.

          • rob

            Thank you for all your help! She is doing so much better and I know it’s due to the bullymax diet and supplements!

            Wonder if you can give advice on one more thing? I am concidering taking out all veggies and replacing with chicken liver to cut carbs completely. I would add .5 lbs of chicken liver instead of veggies (about 5% of total diet). Along with 4tsp of bullymax total health and 2 tabs original bullymax daily, also adding fish oil. Really appreciate your advice!

          • Hi Rob, you’re welcome. You can replace the the veggies with chicken liver. Some prey model feeders believe that as true carnivores, dogs have no need for plant matter. The diet will still be considered complete without the veggies.

  • Mason callow

    How much does each batch make?

    • The Bully Max Total Health will cost approximately $1.50 per serving. 1 bag of Bully Max Total Health will last 60 servings. The remaining ingredients will vary and depending on the store you’re shopping at. The meat is the most expensive ingredient in any raw diet. To get better pricing on your meat, you can buy it in bulk from a butcher.

    • rob

      Well, my puppy is a little over 40 lbs so at the recommend amount I spend maybe $40 a month on the food plus the bullymax. Less then I was spending on premium dry food. I would say even if it cost more, follow this diet! The results are amazing!

      • Thanks again for the feedback Rob!

  • rob

    I just want to say thank you! I took my puppy to the vet today and the manage is completely gone! There is no doubt it is because of the diet and bullymax supplements. I am trying to post before and after pictures but, it’s not uploading for some reason. Before I changed her diet and added bullymax max supplements she was red covered in scabs and without most of her hair. Now, you would never know she was in such shape! THANK YOU!

    • Hi Rob,

      That’s great news! Thank you for following up with the progress!

  • Paula

    My dog is allergic to eggs and rice and apples. What do l use instead?

    • There’s a chance your dog may not be allergic to rice, but to another ingredient that entered the product during manufacturing. Gluten, the protein in wheat, rye and barley that causes gluten sensitivity, can cause the same symptoms of an allergy or intolerance for dogs with sensitive stomachs. You can try gluten free rice, pears or bananas, and skip the eggs.

  • Clare

    How do you store this? Can you freeze?

  • Gabe

    How much of the bully max total health do you add to this recipe ?

    • Hi Gabe, it’s based on your dog’s weight. The exact amount is listed on the bag. Have a great day.

  • Crystal

    My dog is allergic to potatoes and I see there is potato starch in the bully max total health. Are there any products of yours that are potato free that I could use?

  • Kay

    How many cups of food does this recipe make?

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