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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balancing the Diet in 21 Easy Steps

Roxy Rapheal

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Barked: Sun Feb 27, '11 9:10pm PST 
Wow! This is Exactly what I have been looking for since November 2010.
Thank you so much for this most intelligent post!!
Very much appreciated!
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Loss of Nutrients?
Roxy Rapheal

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Barked: Sun Feb 27, '11 8:44pm PST 
Question for Sassy;
Re: "Calcium is easy. Feed the dog eggs. Save the shells, dry them and pulverize to a powder. 900 mg calcium carbonate per 1/2 tsp! Often phosphorus will be a bit low in a cooked recipe without bone so mixing a bit of bone meal or dicalcium phosphate with the egg shell might be better."
Why would one want to add a bit of bone meal or dicalcium phosphate along with the egg shells when home "cooking" for their dog?
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Dogs and a Clean Home > Stuffed animal toys

Roxy Rapheal

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Barked: Sun Feb 27, '11 8:27pm PST 
I wash my dogs stuffed toys when I was her bedding, towels and face cloths. I use a laundry soap with no dyes or perfumes and biodegradable surfactants.
Love the idea about using baking soda and vinegar. I may try this next time.
All toys goes into the dryer as well.
The squeekies still work.
When I find the sqeekers not working, it is usually because they were already pierced by the dog teeth, before the wash.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Allergies and Home Cookin\'

Roxy Rapheal

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Barked: Sun Jan 23, '11 7:19pm PST 
Sassy makes some really good points.
For educational purposes may I suggest to go over to http://www.nzymes.com and read and read some more.
There is a wealth of information to be had.
Another site that may be of interest for you is
http://www.k9criticalcare.com/
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Supplements?

Roxy Rapheal

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Barked: Sun Jan 23, '11 6:48pm PST 
Great info Sassy thanks!
Just what I am looking for as well. I home Cook for my Dog and have been for almost three years.
I stumbled upon a very informative site today that I wish to share that hopefully will be helpful:

Natural Supplementation
http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=supple menting

Vitamins
http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=vi tamins

Minerals
http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=min eral

Essential Fatty Acids
http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=fattyacids

If you were to visit this web site and check the links, at the bottom left, it covers more regarding nutrition. IE: Protein, Carbs, Fiber, Fats etc.
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Food & Nutrition > How many calories does my dog need?
Roxy Rapheal

You Are What You- Eat!
 
 
Barked: Sun Jan 23, '11 6:38pm PST 
Canine Intestinal Problems?
Read about helping your pets who have GI tract & other similar problems at http://www.nzymes.com
As for the Best Foods to feed your dog and a whole lot of other very informative information, try
http://www.dogfoodproject.com
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