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Raw Food Diet > Bony percentages

Otto

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Barked: Fri Oct 26, '12 2:10pm PST 
Yes, this makes sense-I am being a little too paranoid. Thanks! I ordered some green tripe in a can from tripett because I can not find any local and wanted to give it a try. I have seen different things but is the consensus to feed this as a muscle meat? Thanks for always being so helpful!

One other question, I have a 18 lb and 57 lb dog and they love sardines from a can as a snack (in water of course) so I was going to get omega's that way. Is there a specific amount per lb I should aim for or just feed a tin 1-2 times a week?
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Raw Food Diet > Bony percentages
Otto

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Barked: Fri Oct 26, '12 7:32am PST 
I was wondering how the percentages of bone from meats were calculated? I see a lot of post saying chicken quarter is 30% bone, this is 20% bone, etc. I am just trying to wrap my head around how this is calculated. Do these percentages take into account how dense the bones are? I am still feeding a little more than 10% and a little over 3 weeks and wondering if I need to cut back since they are having good poops and not showing signs of constipation?
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Raw Food Diet > wanting to start my 1 year old bullmastiff on raw diet

Otto

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Barked: Fri Oct 19, '12 1:40pm PST 
I am pretty new to the diet but these links were suggested to me when I started out and were very helpful...


http://www.dogster.com/forums/Raw_Food_Diet/thread/4 31875
ht tp://www.dogster.com/forums/Raw_Food_Diet/thread/718349
http://pupp ybutt.weebly.com/prey-model-raw.html
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