How to Feed Pawmeal?

If you are planning to or are already feeding home cooked food to your pet, we have 3 feeding options for you. You can also find easy preparation instructions here!
Pawmeal Feed As Meal Toppers

Option 1: Feed as Meal Toppers

If you have a picky eater or are currently feeding kibbles, feed Pawmeal as a topper to complement your dog's current food. Helps make their food more palatable and nutritionally balanced.

  • For picky dogs - let them try small quantities!
  • For pets who are currently eating kibbles or freeze dried food
Pawmeal Feed Standard

Option 2: Feed Standard

If you are currently cooking, looking to switch to a home-cooked diet or do not have a fussy eater, then try feeding standard Pawmeal to save time and provide a healthier, balanced diet.

  • For pets who are picky
  • For dogs currently on homecooked diet
  • For busy pet parents
  • For dogs who do not have strict dietary requirements
Pawmeal Feed Customised

Option 3: Feed Customised

If your pet has food allergies or if you want to provide variety in feeding, then try customising a diet. Each pack is calories-specific, portioned according to your dog's daily nutritional requirements.

  • For fussy eaters who want different food
  • For dogs with specific food allergies
  • For pets who have specific requirements, eg. need to lose weight

Preparation Guidelines

All pre-portioned meal packs are delivered frozen and can be stored in the freezer for up to 2 months.
Pawmeal Step 1 Thaw

Step 1: Thaw

Take out meal pack from the freezer to thaw or place an unopened pack in water (5-10min).

Pawmeal Step 2 Break

Step 2: Break

After thawing for around 5-10min, Pawmeal should be semi-thawed. You can break it easily into your desired feeding portion before opening.

Pawmeal Step 3 Pour Out

Step 3: Pour

Open meal pack and pour out the desired amount. The food should come out cleanly! (If feeding with dry food, use spoon to mix evenly with the food).

Pawmeal Step 4 Feed

Step 4: Feed

Serving time! Watch your furkids enjoy the food! While the remaining food is still frozen, store it back into freezer (shelf life is thus maintained) or keep in fridge for up to 24hrs.

Transitioning to Pawmeal!!!!!


Introducing a new food is not a bad thing at all. Sticking to the same proteins every day will only limit the spectrum of nutrient and vitamin consumption in the long run. In some cases, the pet's body will be less equipped to break down the protein that is fed everyday, which can lead to food allergies and reactions over time.

We recommend all dogs to undergo a transition from their existing food to Pawmeal so that they can get used to their new diet. This is especially important for dogs who are mainly fed commercially processed pet food.

Transitioning to Pawmeal!!!!!

Introducing a new food is not a bad thing at all. Sticking to the same proteins every day will only limit the spectrum of nutrient and vitamin consumption in the long run. In some cases, the pet's body will be less equipped to break down the protein that is fed everyday, which can lead to food allergies and reactions over time.

We recommend all dogs to undergo a transition from their existing food to Pawmeal so that they can get used to their new diet. This is especially important for dogs who are mainly fed commercially processed pet food. If there are soft stools at the start, go slower and mix Pawmeal with existing food for a longer period of time!

Days 1-2

25% Pawmeal!!!!!
75% existing food

Days 3-4

50% Pawmeal!!!!!
50% existing food

Days 5-6

75% Pawmeal!!!!!
25% existing food

Day 7+

100% Pawmeal!!!!!
0% existing food

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