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Carnivora dog food?

Discussion in 'Raw Food Diets' started by DaveP, May 8, 2015.

  1. DaveP

    DaveP Puppy

    So our 5 month old pup was having problems eating dry food. We had her on Acana which was good for a few months until she couldn't keep it down and was having bad diarrhea. We tried another brand recommended by our vet with no change. We switched over to Carnivore raw until we get a better idea on feeding raw to our pup. My question is is there any concerns with Carnivore foods? Is there anything else we should be giving her along with the Carnivore? We're currently giving her beef, chicken, and duck. Thanks!
  2. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    From their website:

    As long as you're feeding the correct ratio of meat/bone/organ, you shouldn't need any supplements.

    You said you're feeding beef, chicken & duck. Does that include the bones and organs of those animals?
  3. DaveP

    DaveP Puppy

    According to their packaging it's everything. There will be more variety to come. This was more of a trial period to see how she does with it and so far has been very positive!
  4. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    Carnivora is everything, mean, bones and organ. I personally dont feed the dinners, i dont feed veggies, imwoukd recommend addingmsome tripe though, it smells bad so either feed it frozen or outside lol. i also feed all their meats in rotation theynhave a nice variety, the only thing they dont have is a fish, i use Legacy salmon.

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