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what do you think?

Discussion in 'Raw Food Diets' started by Bruno1911, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Bruno1911

    Bruno1911 Puppy

    Hey, sorry for hijacking the thread. What do you think about this recipe :

    Chicken back, - 16.5 lbs
    Chicken liver- 2.5lbs
    Smelt fish-2.2 lbs
    Beef thounge 4 lbs
    Cow heart - 4.4 lbs
    Rice-2.2 lbs
    One zucchini
    One carrot
    Some parsley
    Spinach- 0.6 lbs

    All the meat is raw, vegetables are broiled.
     
  2. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    Hello, i moved your post to its own separate thread.

    I don't agree with feeding vegetables and rice to a dog so I don't like your recipe.

    Note that if you are feeding vegetable, the MUST be pur*ed for the dog to be able to digest them properly and obtain nutrients from them. Feeding BARF, veggies should make up no more than 10% of the diet.

    You didn't state your dog's weight so I don't know if the numbers you've given are adequate.

    The liver is too much as liver shouldn't be more than 5% of the dog's entire diet.
     
  3. Bruno1911

    Bruno1911 Puppy

    Oh, I didn't see till now that you moved my post. Oh, rice is there because without it his stool is a little loose. He is still a puppy so I put vegetables in to make sure he gets his vitamins. You think he doesn't need vegetables? I will put less liver in his next batch. He is arount 30 lbs now and he eats 2 lbs of this mix per day. He is 5 months now. He gest a cup of yoghurt per day, a teaspoon of anima strath and two egg yolk per week.
     

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