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Old 11-17-2012, 09:32 AM   #11 (permalink)
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You pay a premium price for them to be packaged separately. I would buy whole legs and just do it your self.

She is quite capable of eating a whole leg

Those little ones were 5 weeks old in those pics.
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:36 AM   #12 (permalink)
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So cool! I only wish I would've started mine on raw earlier. Your guys get the real advantage of never having to touch kibble!

I'll finish off what I have for miss Abby and will try to give her a whole leg. We'll see how it goes. She is doing fantastic already with this stuff.
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Great vid of Valant! Looks like turkey necks are a bit more work for them huh?
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Hard frozen,he likes to thaw them by nom-noming them well

He had no noticeable jaw muscles prior to them,now he has those 2 big bumps on each side
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:33 PM   #16 (permalink)
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He looks great now! So he prefers his frozen huh? I'll have to see which way Logan prefers as soon as I can get my freezer all set up!
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You pay a premium price for them to be packaged separately. I would buy whole legs and just do it your self.

She is quite capable of eating a whole leg

Those little ones were 5 weeks old in those pics.
When you say she's capable of eating a whole leg, do you really mean a WHOLE leg or do you think I should still break it apart for her? I'll be doing my groceries today so if she can handle a whole leg I'll get a package of whole legs. I was thinking of either doing that or instead of giving her a drumstick and a thigh at each meal giving her two thighs since they have more meat on them. She's already starting to lose weight and looks pretty boney which I don't like especially since she's still a growing puppy. Which way would you go?

Also, I started leaving the skin on part of the transition yesterday and so far she's been doing good with it. Next week we'll be going with all skin and then we'll add the next protein.
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Give her an entire leg She can handle it just fine.
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I accidentally deleted the pic of her actually eating it... But this is Lilys first raw bone-
I started her on chicken and she is loving it. Let's See Your Dogs Eating Raw-imageuploadedbypg-free1353517675.285598.jpg


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Old 11-21-2012, 04:55 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Amazing pics! Question- at what age could your chew through ribs? We bought Buddha some over the weekend and he would only chew to the bone (get all the meat off untill it was clean) and then he wasn't interested. He is only 6 months.
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