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Old 10-11-2013, 12:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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help info needed for raw diet and weight pulling

I would like to know what extra vitamins or supplements I need to give my wp dogs. They are on a raw diet...chicken, bones, organs and collard greens chopped together. They are now taking fish oil, coconut oil and a multi-vitamin.

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Old 10-11-2013, 01:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If you leaving the fat on the chicken, shoot sounds like you got it covered....
Maybe add softboiled eggs....
How much does the dog way? And how much you feeding?
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I know a couple of ladies who weight pull and feed raw, they add in a veggie blend, greens, beets, something else I cant remember.. I think they might give yogurt too..

You should add in a more varied selection of muscle meats though, beef is great to add in with the meal. Along with some fish, like sardines. Upon adding some mackerel and hamburger on top of our regular feed we saw a significant boost in energy
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Welder, Thank you so very much for your help. It is much appreciated. We are getting the chicken from a meat warehouse that only deals with dog owners. His ground chicken has all of the chicken in it with added collard greens. My son's three dogs weigh between 34 and 39 pounds.
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Pookie, Thank you so very much for your advice. It is greatly appreciated. My son was giving the dogs the combination of turkey and beef. I'm not sure of the proportion. He thought he would give them the chicken; alternating with the turkey/beef combo every other time we get the meat. I will have to check with him why he doesn't want to give too, too much protein. I'm not sure but it might be afraid of bulking the dog up too much. I will have to let him know that they need more protein by adding a little chop meat to the chicken mixture do the dog would give more protein. This makes total sense but it is coming from someone other than a mom.
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If your kid has a FB (which he should lol) I can put you guys in contact with the lady and she can help you, she is awesome and does a lot of work with the breed and would have no issue helping you guys get your diet better suited for pulling if you want
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Pookie, Thanks...yes my son is on FB. I'll let him know so they could connect to each other.
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I would like to know what extra vitamins or supplements I need to give my wp dogs. They are on a raw diet...chicken, bones, organs and collard greens chopped together. They are now taking fish oil, coconut oil and a multi-vitamin.
as a suggestion.. I would not chop all the ingredients very small, especially RMB (raw meaty bone (meat on bone ie.. chicken quarters) as the dogs get a lot of benifit from doing the work themselves. There is a mediuim ground where too small isn't good (like an all ground meat diet) also too big isn't good either (small enough to go down but big enough to get stuck and choke) bigger pieces on the bone is the best..

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I know a couple of ladies who weight pull and feed raw, they add in a veggie blend, greens, beets, something else I cant remember.. I think they might give yogurt too..

You should add in a more varied selection of muscle meats though, beef is great to add in with the meal. Along with some fish, like sardines. Upon adding some mackerel and hamburger on top of our regular feed we saw a significant boost in energy
Yes to yogurt but make sure its plain and is an organic with at least 6 cultures.. Fish is great, and lean.. Salmon, and redfish have a lot to offer as well.. stay away from pork meat as it tends to be much fattier... Green veggies are great, and eggs as well.. even the shell, which is great for their coats..

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Pookie, Thank you so very much for your advice. It is greatly appreciated. My son was giving the dogs the combination of turkey and beef. I'm not sure of the proportion. He thought he would give them the chicken; alternating with the turkey/beef combo every other time we get the meat. I will have to check with him why he doesn't want to give too, too much protein. I'm not sure but it might be afraid of bulking the dog up too much. I will have to let him know that they need more protein by adding a little chop meat to the chicken mixture do the dog would give more protein. This makes total sense but it is coming from someone other than a mom.
Dogs diets are different than peoples, though exercise has a lot to do with what stays on the dog.. Proper Meat vs bone vs organ is very important.. also, the amount fed per body weight and working conditions are to be considered,,

Take the advise from others and get connected with someone who has proven ability in raw feeding and youll be just fine
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Heavy Jeep, Thanks for your advice. Much appreciated for your help. Maria
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