All 3 of my vets freaked out. I mean they are great as vets but why don't they get this? Are they taught in college it's horrible or what?
I was going to say that you really have to pick one, or feed the kibble and raw far apart, maybe 12 hours. It tends to really throw off their systems. I volunteer with pit rescues, and we tend to see this as well.Originally Posted By: Brightelf
To be honest, each time Grimm got sick he happened to be on raw, too... but, I am feeding three meals per day instead of two, so it was kibble breakfast, raw lunch, kibble dinner.. not smart. For many dogs, this could be fine-- for Grimm, he needs either all kibble or all raw, because the meals are so close together and for him, having both does not work well. On an all-raw diet, everything will be moving through faster, breaking down quicker than puffs of overcooked dry kibble. I feed a premium grain-free, but still..