Going Raw?

Discussion in 'Dog Food and Recipes' started by sillysally, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. Emily

    Emily Rollin' with my bitches

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    If you really can't see the difference between a sock the dog eats at random and a piece of food you give the dog deliberately, knowing the dog has potential gulping issues, then there's not much I or anyone else can do to help you, sorry.
     
  2. naturalfeddogs

    naturalfeddogs love the fluff

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    The point is,it can happen with anything. Food or not.
     
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    Which, if your dog is a prone to eating socks you manage and try and prevent it by putting socks away. Same way that if your dog is a gulper you make it so the pieces can't do damage.

    You know your dog and you figure out ways to avoid the e-vet
     
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    naturalfeddogs love the fluff

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    Exactly, but still accidents do happen, regardless. Regardless of the reason, a dog can get a blockage and have to have surgery. The outcome is the same. The best we can do is our best to prevent it from happening in the first place.
     
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    I've been feeding kibble, ground raw, prey model raw, and canned all mixed together as I see fit for a while now.

    Lately Buzz has been getting Honest Kitchen mixed with his Canine Caviar at every meal. It's gone over really well.

    Last night though, dinner was a pork tail and 1/3 his normal kibble serving and part of a bully stick.

    Bailey has been eating Earthborn and Sojos for the last couple weeks and seems to do really well on it, too.
     

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