Acidifying Diet Urinary Crystals Diet

Acidifying Diet (Urinary crystals) – Raw Diet

      NOTES:

    • Cats on a raw diet do not get urinary crystals. A raw meat diet will maintain their correct urine pH of 6 – 6.5.
    • Dogs require acidifying meat, vegetable, fruits and legumes to reduce their urine to ideally pH 6.0 – 6.5.
    • Unlike humans that require alkalinity in the body, cats and dogs require slight acidity to remain healthy.
    • All fruit and vegetables MUST be blended. Dogs and cats cannot digest whole, chopped or grated fruit or vegetables.
Raw Meat
Kangaroo meat
Chicken: Wings, carcass, necks etc
Rabbit
Turkey
Beef
Lamb
Sardines
Pork (must be frozen for 2 weeks before consumption)
Quantity
Pups 10% vegetable mix, 90% meat
Adults 20 – 30% vegetable mix, 70 – 80% meat
Organ Meat  – Medium sized dog
Organ meat to be fed once a week
Lambs Fry (Liver) 1/4 per week
Lambs Kidney 1 per week
Lambs Heart 1/2 per week
*All organ meat must be frozen for a minimum of 2 weeks to ensure any parasites are killed.
No organ meat required if on DigestaVite Plus
Vegetables (Blended)
Lentils, chickpeas, sweet potato, spinach, string beans
*No tomato/onion/leeks/white potatoes  
Fruit  (Blended)
Cranberries, blueberries, strawberries, coconut, prunes (Not too many as they may get the runs), plums, green Bananas
Dairy
Goat Milk Powder (Can feed ½ glass daily for a medium dog)Eggs
1 per week
Other
Apple Cider Vinegar:  1 teaspoon daily.  Organic from health food store is best
Multivitamin
DigestaVite Plus
Omega Oil Blend
Small Dog:    3ml per day
Medium Dog: 8ml per day
Large Dog:15ml per day
For Super Food Red, please contact Animal Naturopath – Jacqueline Rudan