|08-28-2013 12:33 PM|
|Lauri & The Gang||
Whether or not you 'need' to grind raw bones for a dog depends on several factors.
|08-21-2013 12:37 AM|
|TheJakel||I started on premade rolls that had bone in them, now I'm feeding half premade half chicken back. The dogs know what to do and mine have been handling it great.|
|08-19-2013 08:52 PM|
|volcano||No, if you were reselling it then its a good idea because some dogs will wolf down a bone if they never eat raw. Start with chicken and your dog will learn to feel with its mouth and decide what needs chewing.|
|08-16-2013 11:53 PM|
Just as Rico said, no need to grind. And we switched our dogs over cold turkey without adding anything to help the transition. They did fine.
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|08-16-2013 11:48 PM|
|RICO||If the meat and bones are raw they shouldn't cause you any problems. Bones are naturally pliable and fibery, they only get dangerous when cooked as they become brittle and have the tendency to shard.|
|08-16-2013 11:15 PM|
Yes / No to grinding?
I'm getting a puppy soon in a few months and was doing some research about a raw diet. I'm concerned about feeding him complete bones and everything all at once and was thinking of grinding his meats and bones while adding a probiotic like goat yogurt for a week or so and slowly transition him to an all raw diet. So, what would you advise on this plan? Thank you!! I'm still a complete raw newbie