My Puppies and their Raw Food Diet
My have been doing really well on the raw dog food diet. In truth, they’re doing great! The females particularly seem to love the raw meaty bones; they attack them like there is no tomorrow! The male in my litter, Bosko, then again eats so daintily, sticking to uncooked meat and vegetables, and only touches the smaller bones. It’s such a humorous reversal of the sexes! I’m actually enjoying watching these puppies grow. They are extremely adorable!
I told my sister-in-law about them and their new raw food diet, and she said it might fit her Dachshund. She is expecting Tara (the Dachshund) to go into heat and was questioning about feeding her pet raw food throughout pregnancy. I wasn’t certain what to say to her since I had switched my dogs’ diet after whelping, and the puppies have been consuming raw food since birth.
Fortunately, I still had Maggie Rhines’ “Going Rawr! Dog Lover’s Compendium.” It turns out that you would be able to feed a previously commercial-dog-food-fed-pet raw food whereas they are pregnant. Although it is perfect that you swap them before pregnancy, switching them throughout being pregnant could be completed as well. What I beloved finest about the book, nonetheless, is that it gave us recipes to feed pregnant canines, in addition to easy methods to compute for the way much food a pregnant dog will need when she will get to that stage of heavy consuming, and the way to stability out her parts to ensure she eats the appropriate amounts. Some pet homeowners are inclined to indulge their females during being pregnant, and typically this results in obesity after whelping.
Tara hasn’t gone into heat yet, but we’re both actually excited. Julie, my sister-in-law discovered a male Dachshund owner whose canine is of wonderful pedigree. She’s switching Tara to raw feeding this week, and I am certain it should be for the best of each Tara and her puppies! Ah, and by the way – Here is Maggie Rhines’ “Going Rawr! Dog Lover’s Compendium book