|Barked: Fri Feb 24, '12 12:06am PST |
|Nah, it's fine. If I give my kibble-fed dogs a piece of liver at the same time as their kibble then yes, it creates a problem, but I don't know if that's limited to them or what. But meats, bone, eggs, yogurt, etc. are all fine to mix in, I do it all the time.
There's hype that they digest at drastically different rates so feeding raw at the same time as kibble will "make some of it rot" or something. While they do digest at slightly different rates, it's not at all problem unless your dog has an issue with one or the other.
Besides if that were true (the rotting thing) it would apply to people too (yes, I know hoomans are omnivores and dogs carnivores and have different digestive tracts), and I wouldn't be able to eat a salad and crackers with my steak without issues XP
Any age is fine. Some people say the younger the better, others saw wait. I personally think you should do what you are comfortable with. If you feel ready to switch, go ahead. If not? No harm in waiting a bit to make sure you will get things right.
Edited by author Fri Feb 24, '12 12:07am PST
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