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06-18-2014 05:20 PM
Lucy&Jax
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Originally Posted by Mister C View Post
Ok. Somebody has to say it. So, the dog has stinky farts eh?


I suggest checking your SO first.
Well they might not all be his, some are my partners lol
06-18-2014 10:51 AM
Mister C Ok. Somebody has to say it. So, the dog has stinky farts eh?


I suggest checking your SO first.
06-18-2014 10:33 AM
SuperG All three of mine have gone through that phase....the GSD I currently have ceased this behavior much sooner....she was the first to be fed a raw diet...wonder if there is any correlation?

SuperG
06-17-2014 07:34 PM
Lucy&Jax
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Originally Posted by sehrgutcsg View Post
She was eating poop. She's a poop poo eating maniac. You've heard of don't ask don't tell, we'll now you know, not to sniff either.

SGCSG
Jax went through a phase of eating his own poop, I'm glad he's outta it. Was told its a GSD thing
06-17-2014 06:35 PM
sehrgutcsg
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That paints a mental picture which I am glad I have not had to experience......LOL

SuperG
She was eating poop. She's a poop poo eating maniac. You've heard of don't ask don't tell, we'll now you know, not to sniff either.

SGCSG
06-17-2014 05:38 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by sehrgutcsg View Post
Treats like dog bones from China are killing hundred's of animals. Stop one thing per week until you can handle the odor. I had undigested shredded chicken, dogs must not have gag reflexes, because I nearly dropped to the concrete after a slight whiff and hurled for several minutes, because I could not stop gagging..
That paints a mental picture which I am glad I have not had to experience......LOL

SuperG
06-17-2014 03:51 PM
sehrgutcsg Treats like dog bones from China are killing hundred's of animals. Stop one thing per week until you can handle the odor. I had undigested shredded chicken, dogs must not have gag reflexes, because I nearly dropped to the concrete after a slight whiff and hurled for several minutes, because I could not stop gagging..
06-17-2014 03:10 PM
Lucy&Jax
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Originally Posted by SuperG View Post
It's much easier than you might imagine....I guess since most pet owners are acclimated to just opening a bag of dry food and filling a bowl ..anything else seems more involved or complicated....but since you can make big batches of food for your pup in advance and freeze it...it's much less labor intensive than one might think.

As far as cost goes, in my situation ...feeding raw is much cheaper due to the sources I have available..I consider myself fairly lucky. I just placed an order for 117 lbs of meat, organ and bone for a total of USD $55.58 which is about 32.77. If you buy premade raw, you will pay a much higher price but since I buy the components from a slaughter house out in the farming district...it is ridiculously cheap.

Anyway, start checking out what sources you might have available locally and you might find a great deal like mine.

I will say this much, a raw diet is sooooooo much better for your dog and in some cases much more economical as well.

SuperG
Thank you, I do live quiet close to a few farms so I will see if they have farm shops, dont think any have slaughter houses tho.
06-17-2014 02:28 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by Lucy&Jax View Post
Done a little bit of research and it looks rele complicated lol my partner is waiting on his first paycheck from a new job so we dnt rele have alot of money at the moment, how much would it cost a month to do it? We currently pay 40 for his food now.
It's much easier than you might imagine....I guess since most pet owners are acclimated to just opening a bag of dry food and filling a bowl ..anything else seems more involved or complicated....but since you can make big batches of food for your pup in advance and freeze it...it's much less labor intensive than one might think.

As far as cost goes, in my situation ...feeding raw is much cheaper due to the sources I have available..I consider myself fairly lucky. I just placed an order for 117 lbs of meat, organ and bone for a total of USD $55.58 which is about 32.77. If you buy premade raw, you will pay a much higher price but since I buy the components from a slaughter house out in the farming district...it is ridiculously cheap.

Anyway, start checking out what sources you might have available locally and you might find a great deal like mine.

I will say this much, a raw diet is sooooooo much better for your dog and in some cases much more economical as well.

SuperG
06-17-2014 01:02 PM
Lucy&Jax
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Originally Posted by SuperG View Post
Doesn't sound stupid at all....

A raw diet is a diet consisting of raw meat, bones and organs...think of a wolf, coyote or fox and what they eat.

There is a rather high percentage of people in this forum which feed their dogs a raw diet.

If you should choose to explore the wonderful benefits of feeding your dog a raw diet, make sure and ask many questions as you do your research on the proper raw diet for your dog.

SuperG
Done a little bit of research and it looks rele complicated lol my partner is waiting on his first paycheck from a new job so we dnt rele have alot of money at the moment, how much would it cost a month to do it? We currently pay 40 for his food now.
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