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Raw feeding diary

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by LexiLou2, Mar 19, 2011.


  1. niamh123

    niamh123 PetForums VIP

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    Start with tiny amounts of offal and work up to 10%,my pup is 27 weeks and can eat a chicken leg in about 45 seconds so your lab should be fine:)
     
  2. One Dog Training

    One Dog Training PetForums Junior

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    This is great to hear....Congrats on taking the move over to raw. I absolutely love the initial look a dog gives you when first transitioning to raw "WHAT IS THIS!?" sometimes it's the texture or other times it's not this mushed up messed or hard kibble they are used to, but they always end up loving it.
     
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    pattyslay PetForums Newbie

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    they usually enjoy boiled meats
     
  4. Amalia Stamatelatos

    Amalia Stamatelatos PetForums Newbie

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    Hi....I am new to this raw food and my Hope an american bully/pit has just beed diagnosed with cancer. Looking to switch over to raw...total beginner and Hope is a picky eater.
     
  5. Bentley's Dad

    Bentley's Dad PetForums Newbie

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    The unfortunate fact is all the nasty crap found in commercial dog food, especially kibble, can actually cause cancer.
    Probably why over 70% of dogs get cancer. Many at a young age too.
    Read the beginning of the feeding raw thread for everything you need to know to feed a raw/prey diet.
     
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