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#5933744 - 09/17/15 06:48 PM Anyone ever try feeding your dog the raw meal plan?
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Raw chk with veggies and fruits?
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#5933762 - 09/17/15 06:58 PM Re: Anyone ever try feeding your dog the raw meal plan? [Re: daniel1381]
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#5934289 - 09/18/15 07:22 AM Re: Anyone ever try feeding your dog the raw meal plan? [Re: daniel1381]
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A raw diet is good if you know how and what a dog requires nutritionally. If you don't know what you're dogs nutritional requirements are a raw diet is potentially worse than the cheapest kibble on the market. A properly prepared raw diet will cost much more than the highest brand kibble and take some time to not only calculate and design all to prepare the daily/weekly rations. Much more to canine nutrition than just picking a few ingredients and throwing them into a bowl and calling it a meal! You can look at the National Research Council (NRC) for info on canine nutrient requirements if you're unaware of them. Just be prepared to invest a lot of time, purchasing a lot of various ingredients as well as vitamins and supplements to make you athlete a proper meal that'll satisfy their needs.


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