They've started RAW! and extra's (pic heavy)

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  1. TahlzK

    TahlzK New Member

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    So.. I finally started RAW last night. I am quite shocked how one chicken frame can weigh, some can make one meal. It doesn't look like a lot to me but I know it is plenty. I have been fine with handling the RAW meat, I didn't think I'd handle it so well since I dislike touching de-frosted RAW meat but I've been fine so far.

    They had their first meal last night;

    This seems quite big for her, should I cut it up or should she be fine?
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    and a few extra's

    I LOVE this photo of her. I wish there wasn't crap in the background.
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    I don't know why but i love this shot too
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    and a cute SBT that I am now seeing more and more at the oval.
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    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    I wouldn't cut up the meat! In general when doing PMR I prefer feeding pieces bigger than the dogs head so that they don't try and swallow it whole!
     
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    Cutting it up defeats the purpose of what you are trying to do. It might take her a bit longer to eat, but as she is chewing on it she is cleaning her teeth. If it is too big she will just strip it bare then eat the bones. That and smaller pieces she could swallow and choke on them.
     
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    They are looking good, both of them, and seem to be figuring out how to deal with a whole chicken just fine :)

    The first time I gave Tallulah a raw leg quarter she had NO idea what to do with it. She had to watch the other two before she decided it was edible :rofl1:
     
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    Great pics! Don't you just love watching them crunch it down?
     
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    Wow, beautiful pictures of your beautiful pups! :) I looove the one of them crashing into each other... derpy.

    They look like they're really enjoying raw, and you will definitely enjoy the amazing results. Bigger pieces are BETTER! They should be about the size of the dog's head or bigger. Avoid weight-bearing bones.
     

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