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Old 10-27-2012, 09:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Annabelle View Post
Geish, I'm feeding raw as well but I just want to give my dog the best I can so should I do just all raw, raw and kibble, or just kibble?
Hun the Best is a RAW Diet, some feel the need to feed Raw kibble mix and ITS PERFECTLY FINE TO FEED TOGETHER.. It's a crock of bull about the digestion process. If it was the case humans would not eat a burger with potatoe chips ..
When feeding KIBBLE you should always add water to start the hydration process and help to keep from bloat.

I personally feed a solid Raw Diet but my short time after I moved to NM I had to feed kibble. I made sure water was added so I didn't have problems with my dogs. Now back on Raw we have a better and easier diet.

What are you mixing into your Raw Diet now?
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