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12-23-2013 10:45 AM
Sri
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I use Real Meat brand dehydrated (air dried) dog food (not the jerky treats they have). They come in small pieces already that you can break in half. I like the ingredients way more than the natural Balance rolls.


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Thats great! I will try those.
12-21-2013 11:29 PM
mspiker03 I use Real Meat brand dehydrated (air dried) dog food (not the jerky treats they have). They come in small pieces already that you can break in half. I like the ingredients way more than the natural Balance rolls.


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12-21-2013 09:27 PM
Sri
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I use the natural balance food rolls. I cute them up into small pieces, potion them in ziplock bags and freeze them until I'm ready to use them. Works great.


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Yes, I've been using the rolls as well and they are so convenient. But I am trying to cut down on these because of his itching.
12-21-2013 09:24 PM
Sri
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I made my own treats yesterday: plain cheerios in a bowl and pour on melted bacon grease. The cheerios absorb it and they still don't feel greasy. Light weight and super yummy. I know it is not the best diet but once in while it is a good change.
I don't dare feed him too many cheerios because of his allergies, but great idea. I mixed kibble with chicken fat once and that was good.
12-21-2013 09:21 PM
Angelina03 I use the natural balance food rolls. I cute them up into small pieces, potion them in ziplock bags and freeze them until I'm ready to use them. Works great.


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12-21-2013 03:26 PM
GatorDog I personally don't use frozen raw food for training. It always seems to thaw out before I end up using it and then it's too mushy and nasty for me to use for obedience. Plus, thawed raw food sitting in the car in the summer is nasty, and my cooler only keeps it good for a short while. I'd rather use dehydrated raw treats, but I almost exclusively stick to kibble or Natural balance food rolls.
12-21-2013 03:20 PM
Wild Wolf I actually just bought a bag of the instinct raw bites to use for tracking, and it went super well! Hunter loved them! I love that they stay frozen until I need to use them.
12-21-2013 03:12 PM
wolfy dog I made my own treats yesterday: plain cheerios in a bowl and pour on melted bacon grease. The cheerios absorb it and they still don't feel greasy. Light weight and super yummy. I know it is not the best diet but once in while it is a good change.
12-21-2013 09:10 AM
Sri
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"Rotting"??


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Thats what our trainer told me . So I would like to know if anyone else has experienced this. Specifically about feeding kibble mixed with raw at the same time.
12-21-2013 08:04 AM
Angelina03
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Is it true though that if you mix kibble and raw at the same time a lot of dogs will throw up? I heard this is because raw processes faster and the kibble will just sit in their stomachs rotting in the meantime.


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"Rotting"??


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