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Raw Food Diet > Beware of Raw Diet
Kenya

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Barked: Thu Feb 27, '14 8:29am PST 
I'm so sorry for your loss. Healing thoughts being sent to you.
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Food & Nutrition > Alternatives to rawhide?
Ammo

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Barked: Thu Sep 12, '13 4:28pm PST 
Benny, I was just thinking about buying some rib bones today, your recommendation convinced
me. smile Do you just buy spare ribs, or what should I look for?
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Doggy comfort foods?

Bandit

I luvs slippers
 
 
Barked: Tue Aug 20, '13 8:27am PST 
I agree with Maxwell on the bones for comfort foods.

When any of my dogs seem to have tummy troubles or aren't feeling well I make a warm low salt broth mixed with slippery elm that has been cooked with water to make a soup. Never fails to stop vomits or make them more perky due to tummy feeling better. And I've never had a problem getting them to drink it either.
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Dog Health > It's been a while since we logged on, but one of the Hounds needs some PoTP!

Kenya

aka: Barkly- McBarker
 
 
Barked: Sat Jul 20, '13 8:30am PST 
Prayers for Precious. Hoping for the best for her.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Raw food vs home cooked?

Ammo

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Barked: Tue Jun 11, '13 3:41pm PST 
JMPO, but for a senior dog, I would most definitely go with home cooked. Even with the younger dog with a known heart condition, HC would be my first choice. I've read many times that raw its the best way to go with a dogs diet and agree, but it is not a good idea to start a dog whose immunity is compromised(allergy and skin issues) on a raw diet.
I believe if the dog is already healthy, then switching to raw should not be a problem, but at this point in their lives, HC would probably be safer and easier for their systems to adjust.

Even changing to HC, you will see alot of positive changes.

It doesn't have to be a hassle to feed HC, there are some excellent pre-mixes available now, The Honest Kitchen Preference, and Grandma Lucy's Pure Vita grain free are two that come to mind of the top of my head. Very easy to mix with water and your choice of meat. And you don't have to jump on the "supplement search merry-go-round" with them either.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Anyone have a Homemade Grain-free dog treat recipe
Kenya

aka: Barkly- McBarker
 
 
Barked: Mon Jun 10, '13 8:08am PST 
If you have a coffee grinder, you can make your own flour out of tapioca, organic unsweetened coconut, dried peas or beans, etc. Use in place of the flours called for in any treat recipes you find that you like except for the flour.

I have been doing this and the recipes turn out great. Doggy thumbs up here.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Birthday Cake Recipes?

Ammo

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Barked: Fri Jun 7, '13 9:00am PST 
Awwww. That sounds great. Hope you have a fun celebration, and many more to look forward to.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Birthday Cake Recipes?

Ammo

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Barked: Fri Jun 7, '13 6:06am PST 
One of my favorite past times is reading through the old threads. I just finished browsing all 61 pages of this forum. There must be at least 25 threads about birthday cake recipes for dogs.
Maybe try a search here and hopefully you could find something to fit your needs.
Happy Birthday pupper.smile
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Food & Nutrition > Update on Irish Setter Weight Problem

Bandit

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Barked: Tue Mar 26, '13 4:05pm PST 
Just saw this. Thank you for the update. So happy they figured out three problem.
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Dog Health > Ivermectin toxicity and tough decisions
Kenya

aka: Barkly- McBarker
 
 
Barked: Wed Mar 6, '13 4:51pm PST 
Please know that we are thinking of you and share in your sorrow. God Speed Milo.
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