Umberto eating a RAW bone-in chicken breast as a morning meal (approx. 1.5 lbs)
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http://domestic-anarchy.net/raw-dog-food-diet/ Still sick in this one! You’re not allowed to see my face because I look like a water-logged sausage.
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Great looking dogs! can they handle raw chicken quarters or turkey
wing/drumsticks?? It would be cool to see a full raw feeding video or 2 of
that if you can! Keep it up!
Rawbasics Maybe you would know: went to the farmers market to pick up some
raw food for my cats weekend treat and asked if they had marrow bones for
my dog. They did not but they had meatless chicken breast bones (sternums)
someone requested and never picked up. She said I could have them for free.
I figured I’d take them but check the internet to make sure it was safe to
give my 60lb pit mix. Can not find any specific info but I know some people
give whole chicken to dogs. Safe?
im trying to feed my dog raw food. i pre make raw patties with many
ingredients and freeze them. its no problem to give the bone on? would
smaller breeds not be able to do this?
does your dog get loose stool when switching meats?
@rawbasics ok thanks yea both my dogs, one more than the other seem to
react when switching proteins. can i maybe add new small amounts of
proteins to the old protein?
@kyri1212 – No, not at all. A dog may have loose stools when switching to a
*new* protein if just starting out on a raw diet. But once his system has
made a full adjustment to raw food there are typically no issues with
switching meats (whether you’re switching often, or switching to new
proteins). Some dogs can have sensitivities to certain proteins, so that
should be taken into consideration, but that’s something you will learn
about your dog in the process.
@PeanutButterGtr – Yes, you are correct! The more bone, the harder the
poop. Too much bone, and you get dry chalky crumbling poop.
Of course he can! Great idea, I’ll video that next
@paulkielsmithdotcom – You are not necessarily doing anything “wrong” per
se, because it’s your dog and your preference, but: Dogs are unable to
digest plant matter, they don’t have the enzyme that breaks it down. Some
people insist on feeding fruits and veggies to make sure their dogs get a
“balanced” diet, in which case they are required to cook/blanch the
fruits/veggies, and then puree them in a food processor for their dog to be
able to utilize anything.
@rawbasics Thanks. I will reply here to help others. I have a 40lb Jack
Russel Dalmatian mix. I blend 2 small sweet potatoes, organic spinach(2oz),
1 celery, 2 oz organic broccoli, 3 cloves of organic garlic, 6 tbs of
diatomaceous earth(food grade), 1 tbs of organic oilive oil, and 1tbs of
organic hemp oil. I then mix that with 6 organic raw eggs and 1lb of raw
80/20 ground beef. I get about 6 5oz patties from this. My dog gets fed 2
patties a day. She loves it. What am I doing wrong? tyvm
@superflashj I have read experts talk about garlic and dogs. In moderate
amounts its healing to them, but if you give them too much its toxic yes.
@rawbasics That has to be healthy. His coat is beautiful.
@MrAnthony78666 – Steak bones are fine, as long as they are RAW. Do NOT
feed cooked steak bones! Also, make sure to supervise any and all bone
feedings. Make sure your dog isn’t having issues eating that particular
type of bone. Make sure the bone is not breaking into sharp pieces; if you
see any sharp pieces take them away, etc.
great dog! can he eat whole chicken quarters as well? would be cool to see
another full raw feeding video of that
great dog! will you feed your dog raw chicken drumticks/quarters? It would
be cool to see a full feeding video of that if you can
Sometimes she does! She’s been getting raw hamburger as of late, but next
time I buy chicken quarters, I’ll try to remember her catch a vid. It’s
really cute. I try to alternate bone-in and no-bone because I don’t want
her to get pancreatitis from too much bone.
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