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Raw Food Diet > Help me make a menu?
Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Sat Oct 8, '11 5:56am PST 
Saya, asked a good question. How long have you been feeding her raw?

There is a chance that she's allergic to raw chicken however it could also be that you did too much too soon and too many different things. I remember from your last post that you had a lot of variety in her diet and it could be that she's not ready for it yet. Many will start with chicken without the skin and no organs for a while until they get adjusted. No extras either that way you know exactly what she's consuming. Just the chicken.
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Choosing the Right Dog > a lesson in raising my blood pressure (RANT)
Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Fri Oct 7, '11 6:23pm PST 
I'd say you held it together pretty well especially considering you already weren't in a cheery mood. I can certainly see why your blood pressure went up.

Congrats on the new pooch. You made a wonderful choice!
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Raw Food Diet > So you are interested in feeding raw ...

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Raw Food Diet > terrible diarrhea - is this normal for raw?

Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Wed Oct 5, '11 7:49am PST 
No terrible diarrhea not normal for raw. Otherwise I don't know why people would want to feed raw only to have to deal with diarrhea.

I just might not have read what you wrote clearly so please forgive that on my part, but what exactly are you currently feeding? I saw TOTW, chicken, beef, pork, fish oil, and yogurt for probiotics (which for a dog probably isn't doing much but that's a whole other discussion).

Hopefully we can come up with a plan and help her rocket butt.
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Raw Food Diet > Whole raw chicken.. how do I feed this?!

Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Tue Sep 20, '11 12:04pm PST 
If you're dead set on cutting the chicken up instead of plopping it down here is the video by Storm's mum on how to cut up a chicken. Storm's how to deconstruct a chicken videos There are several videos so check them all out.
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Raw Food Diet > So you are interested in feeding raw ...
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > What would you say about this shelter

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Barked: Sun Jul 10, '11 7:36am PST 
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Great Dane > Knuckling Over! :(((

Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Wed Mar 17, '10 12:23pm PST 
Sorry to hear that sweet Blaze is having issues. Did your vet mention Degenerative Myelopathy at all? Does there appear to be pain or does Blaze not mind? What did the vet mention as possibilities?
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Behavior & Training > Le sigh :( Resource guarding is NOT a bratty or spoiled behaviour.

Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Mon Mar 1, '10 6:52pm PST 
Poor spunky Charley and familyhug I remember hearing your stories about poor under stimulated, and ignored Koa. I feel so bad for the sweet pooch. It's been like this for Koa since puppyhood and will continue for the rest of Koa's life more than likely and that is so sad.

It sucks just as bad for Annie, Bo, and the rest of your family. So sorry you're stuck with this twit as a neighbor.
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Food & Nutrition > Puppy diets
Madison Marjorie

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Barked: Thu Feb 25, '10 3:31pm PST 
Just wanted to add that quality meat protein for a puppy of any size does not cause growth issues. That is due to an improper balance of calcium and phosphorus. Quality meat protein is essential as a building block for dogs and especially pups.

Good luck with everything.
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