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Thread: Confirming Details of Raw Feeding

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    I've found one called LeerBurg or something like that. It was 2am in the morning when I saw it.. so I haven't given it a good look.

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    Thanks Hyacinth!

    I have started Milo on raw today. I was only planning for him to have his usual 1/4 of a chicken carcass and 1/4 of a whole chicken for dinner. But... my mum was so excited, she decided to chuck in a chunk of pig marrow bone in as well in the arvo.

    Do recreational bones affect his diet? There wasn't much meat on the bone, but quite a bit of cartilage.

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    When I started raw feeding (only a few weeks ago) I was told Prey Model Raw is a good resource for RAW feeding I think their site is preymodelraw.com they are American though and everything is in ounces.

    Also Dr Billinghurt's BARF website has a lot of useful information.

    I also found Switching to Raw very useful

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    Hi,

    I started my boy on the BARF diet... and its going great! I've bought RMB (from COLES of all places, cheap as chips!) and chicken carcasses...

    He is a whippet X Lab around 14kg (could do with losing a kg or 2) and I give him one of the RMB or chicken carcasses plus 1 patty of a night time.. I was giving him just the one patty but found him 'looking' for more... since giving him a RMB in the morning he seems quite content...

    I definately think RAW is the way to go (although I've cooked up sausages for training treats but its still meat, can't use them raw :P) So long as we start cutting out all the artifical stuff in biscuits and tinned food I think we're all on the right track... natural = best! =]

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