|Barked: Wed Jun 26, '13 4:08pm PST |
|I understand detox as the body ridding itself of all the backed up gunk, toxins and poor hair and dying cells, this cleaning of the body should happen continuously when on a good diet, but eating poorly day in and day out will prevent the body from doing it's best at that. so gunk and stuff backs up. It may not have scientific evidence, but it makes sense to me. I don't think of the dogs has becoming 'worse', I just think that their bodies were holding onto all this toxins and too busy dealing with more coming in to expel them on a regular basis. without new toxins coming in, the body can finally concentrate on expelling them.
homemade raw can be hard to get ur head around when you first start. but we are here to help. all you need to know is your dogs weight, and we can help you figure out exactly how much bone and meat and organ he needs. however it is still a lot of work.
chicken backs are not balanced, but since balancing is not important when you first start to switch them over. I would try feeding the chicken backs for a couple weeks, and see if the dogs are digesting them well, then once they seem to do good on the plain raw chicken backs, you can try the premade raw again, just a little at first.
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