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06-19-2014 11:11 AM
carmspack add eggs, for bioavailable calcium grind sesame seeds or give tahini (already done!.
Take a cucumber and put in blender to make liquid , this will give you minerals , silica and chlorophyll.
Give the dog some RED palm oil .
A date as a treat will give you fluorine for bone development.

Lentils , red, brown, good .

No bread though.

You have a lot at hand for your own cultural cuisine. Parsley, cucumber, yogurt, KEFIR or cultured (fermented milk) - lentils , melons (watermelon for potassium) , palm oil, sesame , bone broth,
chicken liver , hearts, gizzards, dates , mint , true cinnamon, sheesh - a world of good in turmeric - grind fresh for the dog or use the powders -- rosehips ground ,
Carob powder, alfalfa , burdock , BEE POLLEN ! .

not only can you do it, you can do it brilliantly .

Make sure the dog has some source of good fat , red palm oil , fish oil , for the vitamins which need fat to be metabolized.

better than kibble . You KNOW the meat , volume and quality and variety that you are using .
06-19-2014 10:38 AM
wolfie13 I'm glad that you got your dog to start eating. Mine I'm trying to get to eat consistently still.
06-16-2014 03:01 AM
dovah it's fine now got him a high quality kibble and he is eating the **** of it (pro series)
06-14-2014 12:50 AM
Sunflowers No, he is picky because kibble tastes like crap compared to what he has been eating.

What did dogs eat before kibble? they did just fine before it was invented.
06-14-2014 12:48 AM
my boy diesel kibble would actually be better than a poorly balanced diet
usually what is available over there is royal canin or some such which of course would have the correct nutrients the dog needs
he could be picky due to nutritional imbalance
06-13-2014 05:24 PM
Sunflowers OP is in Egypt.


There are many websites that explain how to cook for your dog.

Dogs have survived for thousands of years eating what people fed them, and the dog food industry wants us to believe they will not be well fed without kibble. They did just fine before the invention of dog food.
06-13-2014 03:58 PM
dovah
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That is NOT balanced, but if you have some of that PLUS MOSTLY a good balanced kibble he would do fine.

If you are not feeding 'dog' food then you need to read up on --> B.A.R.F./Raw Feeding - German Shepherd Dog Forums those are links with those of us making our own food up and how to have it balanced and healthy.

i don't want to feed him raw. i want to feed him cooked food
06-13-2014 10:59 AM
MaggieRoseLee
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i feed him rice , soup, chicken or beef and bread(all homemade) is this balanced? if not what should i add to make it balanced
That is NOT balanced, but if you have some of that PLUS MOSTLY a good balanced kibble he would do fine.

If you are not feeding 'dog' food then you need to read up on --> B.A.R.F./Raw Feeding - German Shepherd Dog Forums those are links with those of us making our own food up and how to have it balanced and healthy.

06-13-2014 08:21 AM
dovah i feed him rice , soup, chicken or beef and breed(all homemade) is this balanced? if not what should i add to make it balanced
06-12-2014 08:45 PM
MaggieRoseLee Many of our puppies are very picky eaters, but kibble is much easier for us and there are quite a few brands that are good for them.

Have you seen this for ideas?

http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...cky-eater.html <-- click that

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