DIY raw dog food for the lazy raw feeders of the world. 65% muscle meat, 6% edible bone, 2% liver, 2% organs, & 25% vegetables, fruits, &/or nuts.
Sportydoo had to get paw surgery, which meant a round of antibiotics, which meant his gut flora was going to need to be rebuilt. So finding the best probiotic to do that all of a sudden was a priority. Thankfully Humarian was & still is ready & willing to answer my questions.
I only read this book because I already respect Dog Dad Offical as a fellow feeder and like him as a human. But I was completely blown away by how he was able to present such a complicated topic in a clean and effective way that even inspired me to learn more.
TLRF's Review of Raw Paws Dog Food Formula Formulas, plural, is what I should have titled this. They have a wide variety of blends, raw diets, meaty bones, and organs. Ingredients All natural, real meat, with whole vegetables. Sourcing Free range, family-owned farm in Indiana, U.S.A. Convenience Super duper easy. I can order one order... Continue Reading →
Really? Have gotten so lazy that I can't even walk my own dogs? Yep, sure have. With a full-time office job, kid, spouse, and house I have. I need help and am not afraid to hire some.
Natural Dewormer for Dogs The other day MaHoney was doing the bum scoot around in circles. A very cute action, but unfortunately a sign that she might have worms, again. For those of you who aren't familiar with my Puggle she is one of those dogs that are allergic to everything. That resulted in several rounds of... Continue Reading →
When I heard about National Raw Feeding Week 2018 I wanted to contribute. So here is my list of resources for the raw dog food beginner.
I mean if dogs are supposed to have a diet based on animal proteins should they eat eggs for protein also? Will they get sick? Can they eat them every day? Do they need to be cooked? What about the shell?
When I started raw feeding I had to make the change from simply scooping out two scoops of kibble to actually calculating how much I should feed by the pound and them making sure I stocked that much in my freezer to last till my next shipment. It was a huge inconvenience and the math seemed daunting. Not because I didn't know how but because I was just not used to doing it. I created this interactive cheat sheet for all my fellow busy, out of practice beginners who just need a starting point on how to feed their dogs, without scoops.