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Cindygirl1

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    1. suesdogs15
      suesdogs15
      Hi , I would add meaty bones when you have got your dog to eat abit more of a choice than just chicken as chicken has quite a lot of bone whereas heart, beef ,pork etc has very little. How I feed is all dependant on the look of their poo lol. You will become sad as well and watch it. I give a meat meal and a boney meal every day ie heart or tripe for breakfast and chicken carcass for tea, but if the poo comes out really white and powdery the next day I give two meaty meals. The next day I go back to one meat and one bone. I hope this helps. poo is a better marker of what they need than anything. You will find when you do give a really boney meal you will have white powdery poo and this is normal but you don't want a consipated dog so you don't want it for too many days .
    2. LexiLou2
      LexiLou2
      No problems, my new rescue boy was very very fussy, to be honest stick to chicken and turkey for a while and get her used to it don't rush it, you can expand though get her used to some differetn textures so maybe do mince every day for breakfast then maybe 2 evenings a week do a boney meal so a chicken carcass or chicken wings, then 2 more evenings maybe give her just meat so maybe chopped chicken breast, you could also try introducing a little chicken liver, in very small amounts to begin with. I had Lexi on chicken and turkey for about 6 weeks before introducing anything else and even now will revery back to chicken and turkey if we ever have an issue.
      Once you are steady on chicken and turkey try adding a new mince. If she really really won't eat any other type of mince try very very lightly frying and slowly decrease the amount you fry it so maybe one minute to begin with then maybe 45 seconds etc I will warn you it smells horrible. Any more questions give us a shout.
    3. Cindygirl1
      Cindygirl1
      I am new to raw feeding and hope someone can help. I have a 9 month collie and she is having 600-700grams of food per day. The mince chicken with bone (80-10-10) from raw to go. The problem is she will only eat the chicken and turkey. She will not go near red meats, tripe or hearts . Can she just have this limited range. Thanks for your advise.
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