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    Smile No fussy dogs????????

    Laura ,dogs have not learnt to cook , so do not give it cooked food. As we are manufacturers of B.A.R.F. Your dog is sending you a clear message RAW.
    Dr Ian Billinghurst's recipie is the answer. Google - BARF and click on Dr. Ian Billinghurst web page and read his books. In the mean time feed it RAW chicken mince of good quality, necks or wings.

    Roo meat is too rich and contyains NO fat, so dogs go off it quickly.
    Goat is also good but obtain it from good sellers.

    All the best
    Gerry

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    Laura
    Try my mobile 0412 049 242, i would be happy to advise
    Gerry

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    Hi there,

    Sounds as though you are in great hands re diet with Gerry which is great.

    Just wanted to ask if Baxter is an only dog?

    If so it is important to remove his dinner bowl after 10/15 mins. This will encourage him to eat at set times.

    Only dogs do not have to compete for food with others and may become a little lazy if not competeing for food/having it around 24/7.

    I often feed my own bomb proof male and a new rescue together in these circumstances (under my full supervision) to set up competition in the newbies and to motivate food drive.

    The majority of dogs i rescue have no idea of fresh foods as they are used to the junk, it takes a few days to take on the new foods and then they never look back.

    Your little man is adjusting, it is a worrying time for you as us Mum's like to know they have a full belly of food, but he will be there in no time for sure scoffing down his dinner.

    Having said that if you remain concerned re pooing give your vet a call though i think his constipation could possibly be the cheap dry food he was fed durng his impound time. How long have you had him home for?

    Congratulations on rescuing a darling boy in dire need Simply beautiful in every way...

    B
    Last edited by Billy; 02-17-2009 at 07:05 PM. Reason: for sense!

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