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    For those of us who feed raw and those of you who want to see what it looks like... here are some photos of meals and our dogs eating!! Feel free to add photos!!

    Morgan enjoying her pork neck:



    My "dog" freezer..fully stocked:



    Chicken Back, ground bison, sardine, beef kidney & chicken liver:



    Rack of pork ribs ready to be cut up:

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    I hope this topic gets some replies. I like your pictures!

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    Its been a hit in other forums!! I know there's other raw feeders here and don't hold out...I know you have pictures and/or videos!!!
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    Your first pic is adorable! I feed raw meat to my dogs. My uncle works at a butcher's shop and during deer season he brings the leg over (it stinks really bad)! They also get allot of other things!

    P.S. is this bad-I was making hamburger last night and i turn my back for a minute i turn back around and Bentley had grabbed one off the table raw. It will not hurt him will it since he gets other meats raw?
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    Should be fine......the most it would do is cause him a little upset tummy b/c its not something he is used to getting everyday.

    Dogs are designed to digest raw meats though so I wouldn't worry about it.
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    great pics i will have to get some pics of my lot eating thiers, they have been raw fed for over 5 years now and still get as excited when theyre fed as they were the first day they were given it

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    How do you make sure to get them the proper nutrition? I know there are general guidelines, but how do you keep up with the variety and all that?

    I'm intrigued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nortknee View Post
    How do you make sure to get them the proper nutrition? I know there are general guidelines, but how do you keep up with the variety and all that?

    I'm intrigued.
    We buy from a supplier and get a lot of variety. As staple meats I feed:

    Chicken
    Turkey
    Beef
    Pork
    Fish
    Tripe

    On occassion, I buy:
    Venison
    Elk
    Bison
    Rabbit

    We go by the Prey Model Raw guidelines which is 80% meat, 10%bone and 10% organ. Variety is the spice of life so we try to switch it up as often as possible.
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