I thought dogs couldn't digest raw egg white???Occy, I do feed offal, but it is not a daily event. Only a few times a week will i add offal. Some of it down here is really ****, so I also have to be careful with that one.
The veggies are my weak point - I'm still a hung jury on that one, hence my starting a thread about veggies. I will try and get the book GSD's suggested I read, along with any others. Hopefully that will make things clearer in my mind about whether to add veggies - or not. I think the hard part is that nowhere have I found any proof, or scientific research to warrant that veggies are beneficial to a dog, and which ones etc etc...
I know I would never want to fee a dog kibble or processed food. Take Zed for example - flight here postponed once because he has suffered from allergies all his life, ear infections and such. When he finally got here I took him to my vet, who told me get him straight onto your raw diet. I did, and without any medication (first time according to breeder) it cleared up very quickly, and he never had another problem with it while he was here, albeit how short. The muscle change in him was quite pronounced. He looked much stronger in a few short weeks than he did on the damned ProPlan he'd always had.
I have seen that change in sooo many dogs over the decades, as I know you have too, Occy.
It's the veggies that have still got me.
Re the raw eggs. My Shepherds used to have access to the egg collecting basket on occasions. Watching them, they wouldn't crush the egg and simply eat the yolk and white, they would finish off the entire egg, shell and all. I was happy to allow them to do what they naturally seemed geared to do. Does that make any sense?
Sorry for long post. I just really love this subject and want to get so much out of it!
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