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Raw Food Diet > Sardine bones
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Barked: Sat Jul 27, '13 12:07am PST 
I never really thought about it. I just toss Crash a frozen "fish pop" every once in a while as a treat. shrug
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Raw Food Diet > Low puppy weight on Raw diet
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Barked: Thu Jul 18, '13 11:36pm PST 
Isn't it recommended that you feed 2% of your pups expected adult weight?
I fed Crash RAW since he was 4 months old. He was never under weight, and in fact is top of his weight class for a GSP and yet very slim. Was this due to the RAW diet or genetics?
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Raw Food Diet > Switching over a pregnant dog?

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Barked: Wed Jul 17, '13 8:03pm PST 
I agree with Maxwell. I would just wait until she has whelped the pups and maybe even after she has weaned them. It's just such a delicate time for a dog and sometimes they don't transition well.
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Raw Food Diet > Low puppy weight on raw diet

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Barked: Mon Jul 1, '13 8:43pm PST 
well, my RAW fed pup was perfect weight the whole time.

I guess, like some breastfed babies, they are lighter then their formula fed counterparts. Maybe similar comparisons can be made with pups?


But It would also make me wonder if you need to feed more
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Raw Food Diet > Where to find good raw recipe?

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Barked: Thu Jun 13, '13 10:31pm PST 
here's my favorite recipe

Buy 1 whole turkey
Let it thaw
have Hubby chop it up
I help to bag it
Store in freezer until needed.
Thaw and serve.

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Raw Food Diet > How do your dogs feel about eating kibble?
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Barked: Sun Jun 9, '13 8:04pm PST 
My dog steals the cats food all the time. I'm sure Crash would eat the heck of out kibble but it would also give him some serious runs since he's sensitive to grains. I'd have to try out a few different grain free blends before I attempted to go on vacation and feed kibble.

We have gone on vacation, 10 days in Hawaii and our dog sitter just fed RAW. We prepacked enough for the entire trip, plus treats and it was easy peasy
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Raw Food Diet > Bug Help!

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Barked: Sun Jun 9, '13 8:02pm PST 
I don't have a tick problem here but we do have horse flies and mosquitoes. I've been using an essential oil from DoTerra called Terra Shield. You can add 20-30 drops to water in a 4oz mister and spritz your pup with it as needed. I do 2 applications if we are out all day, one before we go and one mid-day.
This also works great for the human friends.
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Raw Food Diet > Raw Diet Food Frequency

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Barked: Thu Jun 6, '13 12:59pm PST 
We started out feeding Crash 2 times a day, he was 4 months when we started RAW.
At about 8 months or so, we moved to 1 meal a day. After he was a year old we would occasionally do a FAST / GORGE.

I can't really say whats going to be best for your dog. Each dog is different. Sure, we had some mishaps, puking, runs, constipation, etc. but it's been almost 5 years and we would never feed kibble. It's been worth it.
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Raw Food Diet > Answers?

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Barked: Sat Jun 1, '13 2:21pm PST 
there's no reason for any animal to consume milk after they are weaned.
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Raw Food Diet > Bones
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Barked: Sat Jun 1, '13 12:21am PST 
I hardly ever just feed my dog a BONE, but he eats whole turkey, whole chicken, beef ribs, bone in pork, whole fish, etc.
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