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    1. Kaitlyn
      Kaitlyn
      Sorry for the delayed response, I just logged on for the first time in months! I mostly fed Chicken quarters (bought at my local aldi's for 4 bucks for 5 pounds!) and then fed what my mom had freezeburnt in the freezer, obviously, everything from pork to beef to chicken to fish. I started with chicken 2 times a day..that was it for 2 weeks..then added in beef cuts (roasts, steaks, what have you) then another two weeks added pork (loins, roasts, chops, whatever) and then once a week he had perch. Don't be afraid to try new things, don't let the percentages scare you either..go heavy on the meat, medium on the bone (raw only!!) and light on the organs to not overload the system full of vitamins and such. Have fun!
    2. Kath
      Kath
      What a pretty pup
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