Hi! So for about 2 months now I’ve done a lot of research into switching my 17mo golden to a raw diet. He’s been a little underweight (56-60lbs, very active) and it’s been hard helping him gain weight, so the vet suggested switching him to a raw diet so I can tailor to his needs more easily. The main question I have is how the percentages are split up. If he’s on a BARF diet (70% muscle meat, 10% raw edible bone, 7% vegetables, 5% liver, 5% other secreting organ, 2% seeds or nuts, and 1% fruit), and he has to be eating about 1.625lbs (26oz) a day, his total meal adds up to 1.625lbs? So 70% of the 1.625lbs is muscle meat, etc. Just curious if someone can explain in more concrete detail how the percentages work. Thank you!