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Thread: Starting Raw Diet and COMPLETE MIX Was Recommended to Me?

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    Default Starting Raw Diet and COMPLETE MIX Was Recommended to Me?

    Vet's All Natural Complete Mix

    Product Description
    Natural food for dogs and puppies

    This is a scientifically formulated combination of air dried cereal grains, mixed vegetables and fruits, garlic, wheat grass, yeast, kelp, lecithin and vitamin C. It is designed to reconstitute by soaking in water, then combining with raw meat to provide a fully balanced totally raw, natural diet for dogs and cats. It supplies all the necessary vitamins, minerals and trace elements to provide optimum health and longevity. It is completely free of harmful additives, preservatives or flavour enhancers and is all natural. A 1kg packet will combine to feed the average dog for over 10 days and a small breed for up to three weeks.

    is anyone familiar with this product?
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    I haven't used it but know others who have.
    Like everyone says what works for your dog. If your dog doesn't have any allergies to grains it's worth a go. I would also add raw meaty bones as part of their diet if you don't already and sardines once or twice a week.
    I decided to go with the BARF patties.

    So, not much help really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by molly33 View Post
    I haven't used it but know others who have.
    Like everyone says what works for your dog. If your dog doesn't have any allergies to grains it's worth a go. I would also add raw meaty bones as part of their diet if you don't already and sardines once or twice a week.
    I decided to go with the BARF patties.

    So, not much help really.
    Yeah i think ill give it a go but i would still love to hear from people that had experience with this product. i would most definitely add bones to the diet because i doubt there is enough calcium in there for a dog... i was gonna go with the BARF patties too but i would work out too much for me. Thanks on the input
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    Canine Country BARF Victorian Stockists
    There is a list of the Victorian Stockists if they are close to you, they carry the Canine Country BARF range. I highly recommend their products if you are going to go completely raw.....
    Last edited by Staffwild; 08-23-2010 at 04:10 AM. Reason: link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staffwild View Post
    Canine Country BARF Victorian Stockists
    There is a list of the Victorian Stockists if they are close to you, they carry the Canine Country BARF range. I highly recommend their products if you are going to go completely raw.....
    Thats the website that started this whole "i wanna feed Pacino RAW business".lol. i went to one of the shops that sells it and realized that i don't have the money to buy this stuff and thats when the shop owner told me about "complete mix" and she said she feeds it to her dogs. She said just buy Mince (rabbit, kangaroo, beef, chicken etc) and mix COMPLETE MIX with it and add a bit of bones as well.

    Now it sounds all Legit but I don't know, i'd rather hear it from someone that used the stuff before or maybe something similar.
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    I used that when I first got my pup... he hated it.
    You soak the grains overnight so they can ferment and then mix them with the raw meat, it's rather smelly once it's done fermenting and I think that's what turned Cyrus off it.

    It mimicks the stomach contents of prey and makes the meat complete and balanced as well as adding a few extra nutrients to their meal. If yours will eat it then I'd say go for it, I never bothered trying to keep him on it as it was rather expensive as well as the fact he wouldn't eat it.

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    Hmm...
    On average it costs our puppy buyers less than $10.00 a week to feed a Canine Country RAW diet... That's a 30kg Amstaff in show condition..

    Our basic diet is:
    Monday to Thursday mornings - 1 brisket bone
    Monday to Wednesday evenings - 250gm Of Canine Country Composite Red
    Thursday to Sunday evenings - 1 Chicken Frame....

    That is it... We don't feed Friday, Sat or Sun mornings because of shows, so if you wanted to feed those day, feed a chicken frame or brisket.

    oh and the cat gets 1 portion of the Feline Portion Packs they make and she goes nuts for it lol, wakes us up at 4.30am every morning without fail for her breakie.... And she's getting a bit chubby on it.... Her food works out to around $0.50/ day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staffwild View Post
    Hmm...
    On average it costs our puppy buyers less than $10.00 a week to feed a Canine Country RAW diet... That's a 30kg Amstaff in show condition..

    Our basic diet is:
    Monday to Thursday mornings - 1 brisket bone
    Monday to Wednesday evenings - 250gm Of Canine Country Composite Red
    Thursday to Sunday evenings - 1 Chicken Frame....

    That is it... We don't feed Friday, Sat or Sun mornings because of shows, so if you wanted to feed those day, feed a chicken frame or brisket.

    oh and the cat gets 1 portion of the Feline Portion Packs they make and she goes nuts for it lol, wakes us up at 4.30am every morning without fail for her breakie.... And she's getting a bit chubby on it.... Her food works out to around $0.50/ day.

    well if i didn't feed him a Composite everyday then it would be a lot cheaper.
    i might give it a go.
    Do you know how much bone they put in their mixes or do you add bones when feeding your dogs?
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    [QUOTE=Crested_Love;107996]I used that when I first got my pup... he hated it.
    You soak the grains overnight so they can ferment and then mix them with the raw meat, it's rather smelly once it's done fermenting and I think that's what turned Cyrus off it.

    It mimicks the stomach contents of prey and makes the meat complete and balanced as well as adding a few extra nutrients to their meal. If yours will eat it then I'd say go for it, I never bothered trying to keep him on it as it was rather expensive as well as the fact he wouldn't eat it.[/QUOTE

    I had a few samples of it at home and i tried it. Pacino loved it, but than again he loves anything.lol. still deciding whether to get the mix or just start feeding raw and mix vegies and fruits etc. my self .
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    The Mince is minced chickens frames and all or whatever meat it is in that mince mix, vegies and fruit.... But if you are feeding him the Brisket and Frames in the mornings you won't need to add anything extra....

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