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01-09-2014 06:06 PM
Jackthelad Thanks.


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01-09-2014 02:26 PM
carmspack ask the people nearby to you -- there are a lot of support groups . One of the links I provided can put you in touch with raw feeders that can attend to your questions and help you throw --
01-09-2014 02:20 PM
Jackthelad OMG. Jack has got very bad dioreah. I checked his bowels this am and they were normal. So I gave him another 1 chicken drumstick for breakfast. He has been ok all day until tea time, then all **** broke loose quite literally. It's like watery. Should I stop the raw food, or carry on and see if it rights itself. Help.



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01-08-2014 06:46 PM
Jackthelad Just a quick update, I fed jack 2x chicken drumsticks today just to start him off, the 1st one he carried it round for a bit, then lay down licking it for ages, before eventually eating it. 3 mins later I gave him a second one, and that was devoured in seconds. I'll check how he is in the morning, bowel wise and slowly introduce more minced turkey and offal during the rest of the week if all ok.


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01-07-2014 02:04 PM
Jackthelad Thanks so much Carmspack, for finding all that info for me. I tried to google raw food but wasn't really getting anywhere. I'll try anything to make him calmer and more relaxed and happy. As the way he is can't be all fun for him, and it's running me into the ground, trying to keep him occupied. I'll keep you informed on how he's doing. Thanks again.


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01-07-2014 12:33 PM
Freddy I feel for you. I have the exact same situation and they bark at the worst moments sometimes. If you're inside during a cold spell, work simple exercises like sit/stand/platz in close proximity to you and totally engage your dog. During the week that is an after dinner routine in my house. It keeps him quiet because after a while he settles in and chews the kong we've been playing with.

Since barking is also a trigger for my son I do not reward a bark unless I asked for it. Over time he realized when he is in the house he's not going to get anywhere doing that.


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Yes carmspack.
Your absolutely right. It is me being to soft with him and giving in to him when he barks. It's because I don't want him to wake up my son who is blind disabled & special needs. He has trouble getting to sleep. So it is my fault totally.


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01-07-2014 10:12 AM
carmspack here you go -- proximity to Manchester Raw food supplier lancashire/Manchester

raw community for those q's and a's United Kingdom Raw Meaty Bones Support & Action Group
supplements
Hayfields,

Lower Catesby

Daventry LUXURY DOG KENNELS - www.hayfieldsdoghotel.info
01-06-2014 05:28 PM
Jackthelad Ok sounds like a plan. How would I start. I have no idea what jack would need to eat in a day on a raw diet. what would I feed my 35kg baby on. Meaning what ingredients would he need, and would that be all his daily requirements as in nutrients and vitamins etc.


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01-06-2014 04:50 PM
Eiros
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actually many people find that when the dog is on raw they have a calmer dog -- better focus and concentration
Lol shows what I know then! If energy level was related to protein I guess is what I meant!! :-D


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01-06-2014 04:49 PM
carmspack actually many people find that when the dog is on raw they have a calmer dog -- better focus and concentration
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