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Food & Nutrition > Feed Schedules
Chocolate

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Barked: Thu Jul 11, '13 11:42am PST 
Shouldn't have all day access to food. Just feed canned in the morning and dry at night, or vice versa.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Homemade Dog Treat Recipes! Please Share!
Chocolate

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Barked: Thu May 16, '13 6:26pm PST 
Heres a recipe I just made that I think was pretty successful. I'm thinking of using it for a dog bake sale I'm having at school next week so if you happen to use this some feedback would be great(my dog isn't particularly picky).

Liver Bread:

2 Cups of Tapioca Flour (or any other flour, but tapioca seemed like the healthiest choice to me)
1 lb of Liver(any kind)
1 Egg
1/2 cup of Water
1 tbsp of Baking Soda
1 tbsp of Baking Powder

-Preheat the oven to 350 F
-Boil a pot of water

-Mix everything except the liver.

-Boil liver, chop into small pieces, throw it in the blender or food processer until it's the consistency of chunky canned food.

-Stir it into the rest of the mix

-Pour mix evenly over a greased cookie sheet

-Bake for 15 minutes (or until it's a golden brown color).

-Take it out, let it cool for 15 minutes

-Cut it into however large pieces you want with a pizza cutter or knife.

Heres is the end result

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=1pjm94&s=5
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Food & Nutrition > Is it safe to give my pooch coconut oil?

Chocolate

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Barked: Fri Mar 1, '13 11:13pm PST 
Absolutely, virgin coconut oil is preferable.
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Food & Nutrition > Switching dogs off of Bentiful, suggested brands? Question about Beggin Strips.

Chocolate

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Barked: Fri Mar 1, '13 11:11pm PST 
Canidae is a good affordable one that you could start off with, and no I wouldn't reccomend beggin strips, even as treats. I personally prefer pure meat treats. I buy some liver for the grocery store and dehydrate it(boil it, chop it up and bake at 200 degrees with the oven door propped open for 4-5 hours till it's crunchy.). Dogs prefer it and it's a lot healthier.
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Senior Dogs > Things That Make Your Senior Young Again

Chocolate

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Barked: Sat Jan 19, '13 8:50pm PST 
Chocolate is at least 12(I've had him for 10 years and he was young adult when I got him). He's always up for walks, and loves it when I throw pieces of kibble down the hallway for him to chase.
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Food & Nutrition > Pedigree Dog Food
Chocolate

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Barked: Sat Jan 19, '13 8:36pm PST 
I used to feed Chocolate pedigree Senior, and for a while I thought he was healthy as could be. He didn't have much of a shape to him(no defined waist), shed a ton year-round(which at the time I attributed to having a thick coat), and had average energy. I thought this was all normal.

It wasn't until I switched him to the higher quality foods(I rotate Wellness Core, TOTW, and Evo) that I saw a huge difference. His coat is much lusher and his shedding reduced pretty drastically, and he has good muscle tone. Not to mention he's still going strong five years after the switch(I've had him 10 years now). Good food does make a huge difference.
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Food & Nutrition > Walmart Launches Pure Balance Dog Food

Chocolate

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Barked: Sat Jan 19, '13 8:29pm PST 
Well when compared to the Ol Roy crap I say yay walmart! happy dance
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Food & Nutrition > Is ToTW really the best?

Chocolate

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Barked: Sun Dec 2, '12 7:06pm PST 
It's great for the price, I feed it to my cat since grain-free food for cats tends to be an arm and a leg. I feed Chocolate EVO though.
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Raw Food Diet > War between BARF and Prey Model -- getting exhausting!

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Barked: Wed Nov 28, '12 11:13pm PST 
Im sick of it too, lol, I don't see it on this forum but on other forum there always seems to be a war raging.
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Food & Nutrition > So You Are Confused By Dog Food
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Barked: Wed Nov 14, '12 1:36pm PST 
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