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When we use the B.A.R.F ratios to feed our dogs a fresh food diet, we need to ensure we are feeding a variety of animal livers on rotation - the reason for this is that they all have their own unique nutritional profile, all with their own pros and cons.
Chicken livers are easy to find and this leads to many pet parents using them in place of other animal livers, but unfortunately, they just don't cut the mustard.
Vitamin A, D, B6, and B12 are 4 of the main nutrients that we use offal for because offal generally contains high levels of these nutrients that are hard to find elsewhere so if we're feeding Chicken liver with no Vitamin D, our dogs can end up deficient.
We're not saying don't use Chicken Livers but put them on rotation with the likes of Lamb & Beef.
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