Organs in raw diet?

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Is it dinner- time yet?
Barked: Wed Apr 17, '13 6:12pm PST 
I give Hank liver and kidneys, he gets liver on Monday and kidneys on Thursdays. Bone every other day then a mixture of beef, chicken, turkey, pork, venison and hearts, gizzards etc......

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Barked: Thu Apr 18, '13 9:28am PST 
We mostly feed our dogs liver and they seem to love it. Well, that's aside from the bones that we give them as well as other meat products. If you're still not sure of what exactly you can feed your dog, you can check out this link: http://club.acedogsupplies.com.au/category/caring-for-your-dog/feedi ng/ebook-feeding/dog_food_and_nutrition_101?p=raw-food-diets

Barked: Fri Apr 19, '13 8:11pm PST 
I order my meat online from a local butcher.

For Leo's organ meats and specially meats:

Various animal hearts, tongues, feet, kidney, lungs, liver,

ears, skin, necks, gizzards (muscle meat). Most of them there.

For bones Leo eats beef marrow bone centers, whole chicken + carcass (ribs cut out), turkey/chicken necks.

I think your revised ratio is better, you don't want to over feed on organ meets.


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