The PREY method is actually relatively similar to the BARF method. But if you are feeding a PREY diet, you should feed your dog an entire prey animal all at once (e.g. an entire hare with its innards, fur, etc.). However, as you can imagine, this is not all that easy, so this form of feeding has been changed a little.

The food quantities of a PREY diet are composed as follows:
80‒90% muscle meat (including tripe/omasum) – proportion of fat 15‒25%
5‒10% innards
5‒10% raw, meaty bones

But what is actually the difference from a BARF diet?
On a PREY diet you do not feed your dog any fruit and vegetables, nor do you give them any dietary supplements.
However, you should at least also feed them blood and fur.

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