|Barked: Sat Feb 16, '13 5:54pm PST |
|I am going to be getting my English Bulldog service dog in about a month and the trainer says that she has a yeast allergy that has caused some skin infections and that she would need to be on a grain-free, gluten-free diet. She currently feeds her a raw diet, but some of the meats that she gets I don't think I will be able to get (rabbit, deer, lamb, etc.). http://www.examiner.com/article/holistic-feeding-menu
I have done a lot of reading on dogster, books, other websites about the raw diet, paleopet diet (http://www.paleopet.com/), home prepared, and other versions. I want to go with a healthier diet for her than commercial dog food, but don't also want to be spending a fortune. I have a little bit of freezer space to do up meals in advance but can't get too crazy. Would a diet of ground beef, bones, and organs be a better option than the prey animal diet. I just want what is best for my dog.
I have contacted a co-op in my town (Colorado Springs) to see what they have to offer, but wanted to see what advice everyone had on here. I don't want to have too much going on with her food, but still want it to be balanced long-term.
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