HOW TO FEED TUCKER'S

Tucker's makes raw easy. Learn how to feed our raw products!

Frozen Raw

Thaw an individual vacuum sealed patty (flat side up) in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. You can also use the thaw tray included in each 6lb bag to thaw in the fridge overnight. The thaw tray is top-rack dishwasher safe and recyclable.

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Freeze-Dried

To feed as a complete and balanced meal, serve as-is or rehydrate with water (recommended). To rehydrate, crumble the bars and add 1/4 cup of water for every 12 bars. If feeding dry, ensure your dog has access to plenty of fresh water.

To feed as a topper, simply crumble over your dog's bowl, making sure to reduce the regular food accordingly.

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Frozen Bones

Bones should be larger than the length of your dog's muzzle. If you're uncertain, choosing a larger bone is a good choice. Always supervise your dog when they have a bone and be cautious when giving bones to more than one dog in the same proximity. Discard when worn/chipped.

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TRANSITIONING TO TUCKER'S

Changes in diet can cause digestive upset. Always introduce a new food gradually over the course of 7-10 days.

Days 1-3: Feed 75% old food with 25% Tucker's

Days 4-6: Feed 50% old food with 50% Tucker's

Days 7-9: Feed 25% old food with 75% Tucker's

Day 10: Feed 100% Tucker's