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Old 11-21-2012, 09:44 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:38 AM   #72 (permalink)
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It might already be answered in this thread but when you feed raw do you always feed organic?

Also, what do you do for traveling? My husband is in the military and when he gets off we often travel - for instance from NC to NJ (where we're from) 10 hour car drive - what do you do about raw feedings in this sort of scenario?

How about if you have to go away and can't bring the babies with you? Lets say they stay with a dog-sitter. Do you pre-pack raw meals?

I'm really considering raw with all the troubles my guys have had but I want to make sure I have all my bases covered first.

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Old 11-23-2012, 09:02 AM   #73 (permalink)
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If you can feed grass fed or organic then thats better but it just isnt an option for me with 5 dogs. I cant afford it here for the hubby and I either, lol.

I dont travel much bit if I did, I would either bring a cooler with their food in it or I would change their feeding times that day and pick something up in a grocery store on the way. For example if they usually eat at 6am, and 5-6pm. I would feed them before leaving and then again when ever I arrived at my final destination OR worse comes to worse feed them a larger breakfast and skip dinner. Wolves dont eat on a schedule every day and neither do my dogs

I have to many dogs to board so I either hire an in home dog sitter or have a family member spend the weekend at my house. When this happens, which is rarely I pick easy to handle foods that weekend such as chicken legs, turkey necks and ground beef. I write out what, when and how to feed my dogs. The same way I would if I was still feeding kibble. I then ask that all surfaces be wiped with a Lysol wipe afterwards and their dishes be immediately washed after eating.
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Just switched my boxer Otis to raw and the changes in my dog are amazing. He has so much more energy, no more red feet, no more best red ears, no scratching and higher energy. He is one happier dog.
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