|04-04-2014 08:49 PM|
|04-04-2014 02:10 AM|
If you have the space, buying a quarter or half a beef will be economical and you know what you are getting. You can eat the tasty bits yourself and give what you are less comfortable cooking to the dogs.
|04-04-2014 01:43 AM|
|Lauri & The Gang||
Been doing this for over 15 years and never had a problem.
|03-31-2014 07:09 AM|
|jocoyn||Thanks. I def want to do some research on it and consider. I like the available variety. One thing I have tried to avoid is hormones and antibiotics in the feed animals which is allowable at USDA facilities and for human meat. (Well poultry is not allowed to have hormones) followed by a strong preference for grass fed feed animals vs grain (corn) fed.|
|03-31-2014 02:00 AM|
Currently, I feed the beef with bone and natural mix in a 50/50 portion.
I add in a little extra m/m or organ every now and then. Throw in a can of sardines once or twice a week and the recreational bone and you are good to go. My girl seems to be doing well.
ETA: Unless you have more than one dog, I find the 2 lb. chubs easier to deal with. That's just my choice.
|03-31-2014 01:32 AM|
I got sent some free samples of K9 Natural freeze fried raw - the venison and the lamb tripe - and my two raw fed dogs loved it. I talked a bit about the company with the person who sent me the samples, and really liked everything we discussed about quality, sustainability, etc etc... I'd recommend it!
K9 Natural | Best Raw Dog Food for Healthy Dogs-K9 Natural
|03-31-2014 12:43 AM|
|volcano||I feed frozen raw, I thaw out a chicken 1/4 and throw it in the backyard.|
|03-31-2014 12:13 AM|
|03-14-2014 08:23 AM|
|Flutter||There are small local companies in my area that make ground raw foods. There might be something like that close to you that no one but locals have heard of.|
|03-14-2014 07:22 AM|
|G-burg||Another vote for K9-Kraving.. The dogs LOVE it!|
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