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    While I don't plan on going raw full time but a couple of meals a week I would like to offer some raw. Fri I lucked out and found leg quarters on clearance here 5# for 2.75 so yesterday and today my crew enjoyed some leg quarters. I froze some as well. I also found pork ribs for $1.77lb and they make great chew toys.

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    Good stuff!! Just remember not to feed raw and kibble together at all.
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    Yeah I read about that a while back,and I also adjust their food for the day when they get goodies. Today is leg quarter day again. I'm hoping for some good sales for memorial day to buy some more yummies for them.

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    Around what age can I let my pup chew knuckle, marrow, and turkey necks?

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    why not mix raw and kibble?

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    I have heard if you feed it 12 hours apart you can feed both. Kibble takes a lot longer to digest than raw. Just never feed beef bones they are weight bearing bones so they are way to thick. They will wear down your dog's teeth.

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    I would be careful with the knuckle I lost my three year old last year from a blockage... Powerful chewer can eat to much of the knuckle.. I do still feed raw with my new Lab but alway make sure there is plenty of meat on the bones. No more Knuckles... I don't even feed beef rib bone too afraid..

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    I prefer to feed my dog's food to hi frozen. Gives him a bit more workout when eating. Great when he gets a bit less exercise during the week so a meal that makes him work is beneficial

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