Raw Frozen Calculator For Dogs

Frozen Raw Dog Food

A raw food diet for dogs can be great for their overall health and provides benefits that cooked pet food can’t compete with. Use our raw dog food calculator to find out how much of our natural, raw dinners to feed you dog.

Feeding Percentages

  • 2.00% = Low Activity
  • 2.5 – 3% = Moderate Activity
  • 3.50% = Weight Gain
  • 4.00% = Juniors 3 – 12 months
  • 4.5 – 6% = Puppies 3 – 12 weeks
  • 4.5 – 8% = Lactating Females

Always remember for weight loss – feed your pet the amount for ideal weight.


EXAMPLE:  If you have a 15 pound dog at moderate activity (2.5%), feed 6 ounces (1.275 cups) of NWN Raw Frozen Diet a day.  Or 3 ounces (0.64 cups) per meal for 2 meals a day.


EXAMPLE:  For a 2 kilo puppy at %5 activity (for puppies), should have 0.05 kg per meal for 2 meals a day.


Raw Frozen Nuggets for Dogs

Feeding Guidelines

Each nugget weighs approximately 0.2 oz – 5 nuggets to an ounce

For exact weight it is suggested you use a scale as the size of the nuggets may vary.

Recommended – split the amount into 2 feedings per day
All amounts listed are guidelines

Dog Wt ounces ounces ounces ounces ounces ounces
*2% *2.5% – *3% *3.5% *4.5 – 6% *4% *4.5 – *8%
low activity moderate activity weight gain puppy 3-12wks junior 3-12mos lactating female
5 lb 1.6 oz 2 oz – 2.4 oz 2.8 oz 3.6 oz – 4.8 oz 3.2 oz 3.6 oz – 6.4 oz
10 lb 3.2 oz 4 oz – 4.8 oz 5.6 oz 7.2 oz – 9.6 oz 6.4 oz 7.2 oz – 12.8 oz
25 lb 8 oz 10 oz – 12 oz 14 oz 18 oz – 24 0z 16 oz 18 oz – 32 oz
50 lb 16 oz 20 oz – 24 oz 28 oz 36 oz – 48 oz 32 oz 36 oz – 64 oz
75 lb 24 oz 30 oz – 36 oz 42 oz 54 oz – 72 oz 48 oz 54 oz – 96 oz

Northwest Naturals Nuggets weigh approximately .2 ounces each = approximately 5 nuggets per ounce.
For exact weight it is suggested you use a scale. The size and density of the nuggets will vary per recipe.
*Calculations are based on percentage of body weight, age and activity level.
The above Feeding Guidelines are approximate as every pet has different metabolic requirements.
To Feed: Simply thaw your pet’s meal portion at room temperature for 10 – 20 minutes or in your refrigerator overnight
in a covered container. Keep unused portion frozen.
Transition Feeding: When transitioning your dog to a raw diet, start by replacing 1/4 of your dogs current diet with raw.
Gradually increase the portion of raw and reduce the prior diet over the next 7 days until transition is complete.
Supplemental Feeding: Northwest Naturals can also be used in addition to your pets current diet as it provides bio-available nutrients for
optimal health. Use Northwest Naturals as a meal topper or substitute for one meal a day.


Dinner Bar for Dogs

Feeding Guidelines

Each bar weight 1 lb – the bar is scored into 4 sections – each section is approximately 1/4lb (4oz)
For exact weight it is suggested you use a scale as the score marks may not be exact.

Ounces Ounces Ounces Ounces Ounces Ounces
Dog Weight *2% *2.5% – *3% *3.5% *4.5 – *6% *4% *4.5 – *8%
average pet or weight loss moderate activity to active weight gain puppy 3-12wks junior 3-12mos lactating female
5 lb 1.6 oz 2 oz – 2.4 oz 2.8 oz 3.6 oz – 4.8 oz 3.2 oz 3.6  oz – 7.2 oz
10 lb 3.2 oz 4 oz – 4.8 oz 5.6 oz 7.2 oz – 9.6 oz 6.4 oz 4.8 oz – 9.6 oz
25 lb 8 oz 10 oz – 12 oz 14 oz 18 oz – 24 oz 16 oz 18 oz – 36 oz
50 lb 16 oz 20 oz – 24 oz 28 oz 36 oz – 48 oz 32 oz 36 oz – 72 oz
75 lb 24 oz 30 oz – 36 oz 42 oz 54 oz – 72 oz 48 oz 54 oz – 108 oz

*Calculations are based on percentage of body weight.

Recommended – split the amount into 2 feedings per day.
The above Feeding Guidelines are approximate as every pet has different metabolic requirements.
To Feed: Simply thaw your pet’s meal portion at room temperature for 10 to 20 minutes or in your refrigerator
overnight in a covered container. Keep unused portion frozen.
Transition Feeding: When transitioning your dog to a raw diet, start by replacing 1/4 of your dog’s current diet with
raw. Gradually increase the portion of raw, and reduce the prior diet over the next 7 days until transition is complete.
Supplemental Feeding: Northwest Naturals can be used in addition to your pet’s current diet as a meal topper
or substitute one meal a day.
Use the feeding guidelines for amount needed for meal substitution according to your pet’s weight.


Raw Frozen Chubs for Dogs

Feeding Guidelines

Recommended – split the amount into 2 feedings per day
All amounts listed are guidelines

Dog Wt ounces ounces ounces ounces ounces ounces
*2% *2.5% – *3% *3.5% *4.5 – 6% *4% *4.5 – *8%
low activity moderate activity weight gain puppy 3-12wks junior 3-12mos lactating female
5 lb 1.6 oz 2 oz – 2.4 oz 2.8 oz 3.6 oz – 4.8 oz 3.2 oz 3.6 oz – 6.4 oz
10 lb 3.2 oz 4 oz – 4.8 oz 5.6 oz 7.2 oz – 9.6 oz 6.4 oz 7.2 oz – 12.8 oz
25 lb 8 oz 10 oz – 12 oz 14 oz 18 oz – 24 0z 16 oz 18 oz – 32 oz
50 lb 16 oz 20 oz – 24 oz 28 oz 36 oz – 48 oz 32 oz 36 oz – 64 oz
75 lb 24 oz 30 oz – 36 oz 42 oz 54 oz – 72 oz 48 oz 54 oz – 96 oz

For exact weight it is suggested you use a scale. *Calculations are based on percentage of body weight.
Recommended – split the amount into 2 feedings per day. All amounts listed are guidelines.
The above Feeding Guidelines are approximate as every pet has different metabolic requirements.
To Feed: Place the Chubs in a glass container, in the refrigerator.
Chubs will thaw in approximately 24 – 36 hours.
For Quick Thaw: Place chub in sink and cover with cold water – the chub will thaw in approximately
2 hours. Always keep the unused portion refrigerated.
Transition Feeding: When transitioning your dog to a raw diet, start by replacing 1/4 of your dogs
current diet with raw. Gradually increase the portion of raw, and reduce the old diet, over the next
7 days until complete transition.
Supplemental Feeding: Northwest Naturals can also be used in addition to your pet’s current diet.
It provides bio-available nutrients for optimal health. Use Northwest Naturals as a meal topper or
substitute one meal a day.
Use feeding guidelines for amounts to be used for meal substitution according to your pet’s weight.


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