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Old 02-10-2011, 03:33 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Ive read threw all this and let me ask a Question i havent seen asked.
Is it ok that Ive been - Feeding my Pup (10 wks) Nutro 1 in the mornig for breakfast,
Lunch is Half Nutro1 and half Raw meat. Dinner is Raw Totally. This is Basiccaly because i dont have the Time to prepare a TOTALLY raw meal. ( SUmmertime I work aprox 16 hrs a day) and wife won't prepare it for the dogs.
I dont show my dogs, I feed them the Raw for the Health reasons. Rocky has a bad Yeast Problem/ kibble grain alergy, and Ive tried everything under the sun, and what seems to work Is 1/2 Nutro Lamb and Rice kibble/and raw meat. So i started Puppy on that the day she came home by adding a tiny amount of a raw meat to her dinner. It's been 2 wks for the Pup and alls well. Whats ur Opinions ?
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Old 02-10-2011, 04:29 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Raw feeders will tell you to go all raw and skip kibble completely. However, my last dog ate a half raw half kibble diet but I fed him kibble in the morning and raw at night. The raw and kibble digest differently so with alot of dogs it can be an issue when it comes to the belly and bathroom. I was told by other raw feeders that it was fine to do it the way I was doing it because there was an 8-9 hour time difference between feedings. I do know others who mix raw with kibble but they feed a grain free kibble with it. That's just my input someone else may have better
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Old 02-10-2011, 05:07 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Raw feeders will tell you to go all raw and skip kibble completely. However, my last dog ate a half raw half kibble diet but I fed him kibble in the morning and raw at night. The raw and kibble digest differently so with alot of dogs it can be an issue when it comes to the belly and bathroom. I was told by other raw feeders that it was fine to do it the way I was doing it because there was an 8-9 hour time difference between feedings. I do know others who mix raw with kibble but they feed a grain free kibble with it. That's just my input someone else may have better
Ok, Rocky's is seperated, he's 11, eats a Kibble Snack in AM, then the Raw dinner. Puppy maybe i should consider seperating the Kibble/Raw...Its been fine so far, but that doesnt mean she couldnt start having a digestion problem with age..better safe than sorry.
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Old 02-10-2011, 10:32 PM   #19 (permalink)
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If you feed both use these portions:
  • 40% RAW
  • 40% kibble
  • 15% vegetation(pureed carrots/green beans or green tripe)
  • 5% supplements
Personally, I would choose one or the other.
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Old 02-11-2011, 03:09 AM   #20 (permalink)
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If you feed both use these portions:
  • 40% RAW
  • 40% kibble
  • 15% vegetation(pureed carrots/green beans or green tripe)
  • 5% supplements
Personally, I would choose one or the other.
I take it that you broke that down to a balanced Diet to come out w/that. Thank you, geez I hate to see the Bill when your done w/me lol
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week no. 4: were doing great, better than expected! on schedule. he's gained quite a bit more mass, which im very happy with. his energy level is, crazy lol.
one question tho, i do supplement fish oil tabs. his coat is shiny and soft, but he still has a lot of dander? any idea's? he's never really had dander like this until the 2d week of the switch
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week no. 4: were doing great, better than expected! on schedule. he's gained quite a bit more mass, which im very happy with. his energy level is, crazy lol.
one question tho, i do supplement fish oil tabs. his coat is shiny and soft, but he still has a lot of dander? any idea's? he's never really had dander like this until the 2d week of the switch
What are you feeding now? Sounds like he needs some more oil in his diet. Try pouring a tablespoon of olive oil over his food 2-3 times a week. Also, when you bathe him, use a moisturizing shampoo and brush him frequently.
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What are you feeding now? Sounds like he needs some more oil in his diet. Try pouring a tablespoon of olive oil over his food 2-3 times a week. Also, when you bathe him, use a moisturizing shampoo and brush him frequently.
right now he's on pork and chicken, we'll start turkey tomorrow.
i have been brushing frequently, maybe need to look into a new shampoo. maybe i'll use Riley's baby shampoo lol.
i'll try tbs of olive oil. thank you!!!!
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right now he's on pork and chicken, we'll start turkey tomorrow.
i have been brushing frequently, maybe need to look into a new shampoo. maybe i'll use Riley's baby shampoo lol.
i'll try tbs of olive oil. thank you!!!!
I know this is probably gonna stir something up again b/c it did in the PAST but you really need to NOT feed your dog pork. But some folks would disagree. I do not feed my dogs Pork..

"Pork in itself is as harmless to dogs as chicken, beef or any other meat. However, there is a risk of your dog being infected with trichinosis by eating pork. Trichinosis, also known as trichinellosis, is a worldwide, food borne disease caused by an intestinal roundworm, uncommon in the United States. Both humans and pets who eat raw or undercooked meat of infected animals can develop the disease. Undercooked or raw meat of infected animals contains the roundworm. The disease can lead to muscle soreness and pain together with swelling of the upper eyelids in mild cases but can lead to more severe symptoms."

Hun what is your whole diet consisting of?
Your coat on your dog should not look bad by feeding a proper RAW diet.

@ Pit Bull Palace: I feed a RAW diet to my dogs and I am probably one of the few that will tell you if you need to do a RAW / Kibble diet then go for it. Most who feed a combo like this are worried about a proper nutrition. On all my dogs that come into my life from a pup or adult get switch over from kibble to RAW. Now when I have a litter they start at 4 weeks on a raw diet. I like them to have a correct start.
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Yes, I agree with Deb about pork. I don't feed it either
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I know this is probably gonna stir something up again b/c it did in the PAST but you really need to NOT feed your dog pork. But some folks would disagree. I do not feed my dogs Pork..

"Pork in itself is as harmless to dogs as chicken, beef or any other meat. However, there is a risk of your dog being infected with trichinosis by eating pork. Trichinosis, also known as trichinellosis, is a worldwide, food borne disease caused by an intestinal roundworm, uncommon in the United States. Both humans and pets who eat raw or undercooked meat of infected animals can develop the disease. Undercooked or raw meat of infected animals contains the roundworm. The disease can lead to muscle soreness and pain together with swelling of the upper eyelids in mild cases but can lead to more severe symptoms."

Hun what is your whole diet consisting of?
Your coat on your dog should not look bad by feeding a proper RAW diet.

@ Pit Bull Palace: I feed a RAW diet to my dogs and I am probably one of the few that will tell you if you need to do a RAW / Kibble diet then go for it. Most who feed a combo like this are worried about a proper nutrition. On all my dogs that come into my life from a pup or adult get switch over from kibble to RAW. Now when I have a litter they start at 4 weeks on a raw diet. I like them to have a correct start.
well we're about into week 5 of the switch, i am taking it a bit slower due to his past stomach issues and major sensitivity. so i WAS feeding chicken, pork and turkey (is as far as we've gotten for til now). but looking into pork more, and like what you guys said, theres not really a need to feed it. so i stopped pork and plan on moving on to some tuna tomorrow. he had just gotten used to the pork, so im going to give his stomach some time to settle and just do turkey and chicken for 2 days before starting tuna.
im thinking he might not be getting enough fatty oils from the meat? so that would meen im not feeding enough fatty meat? hmmm.... that kinda sounds right but doesnt at the same time..

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With access to alot of live, free range animals of all types... I would like to ask those with more exp. than me which animals is it ok to feed fresh killed with the fur still on?? which do I need to skin? which do I need to cut down? I do know what to do with my goats and deer

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Raw Meaty Bone (RMB) is the main part of the diet. You must feed the bones with the meat because that is where the calcium is.

Here is a list of RMB you can feed:
  • Chicken (any part)
  • Turkey (any part)
  • Game hens (feed whole)
  • Duck (any part)
  • Pheasant (any part)
  • Quail (feed whole)
  • Rabbit (any part, but it's best to remove the stomach and intestines of wild rabbits due to the risk of parasites)
  • Ostrich and emu necks, ribs, and knuckles
  • Lamb necks, ribs, and breasts
  • Oxtails
Raw Muscle Meats and Organs should consist of about 20% of your dog's diet (10% muscle and 10% organs). These meats are
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  • Kidneys
  • Hearts (muscle meat)
  • Gizzards (muscle meat)

These organs can come from chicken, turkey, lamb, or beef. I usually feed chicken/turkey livers, gizzards, beef heart, and kidney
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I feed rabbit both skinned and with hair but never wild rabbit. Game meats just remember never feed weight bearing bone.
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so on the birds, when you say (any part)
does that mean I can serve it whole, untouched, fresh after killed??
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