Switching from Dry - Grain to Meat and ????
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    DefaultSwitching from Dry - Grain to Meat and ????

    Blade was having chronic skin irritations and Ear infections. Decided to take him off the dry...all the grain ..he was getting after chatting on this board. He seems to be doing better.

    I have been feeding him cooked chicken, ground turkey. Not ready to try the Raw yet.

    Is there a site, book, ,etc anyone could recommend for meal ideas. I read on hear about some feeding baby vegis, etc...not sure what to add and feed. Need meal ideas....I would love any help any of you can give.

    Glad I found this board !

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    ObedienceLabs4Me is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Switching from Dry - Grain to Meat and ????

    Go through some of the past posts here--lots of stuff has all ready been posted.
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    Cinder4evr is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Switching from Dry - Grain to Meat and ????

    This is a link to my local paper that has some recipes and references some good books on various meals

    http://www.denverpost.com/lifestyles/ci_5788066

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    DefaultRe: Switching from Dry - Grain to Meat and ????

    As far as cooked recipes go i don't have any but i know there are alot - try googleing homemade dog food. But please know that cooked meat alone is not good/balanced and i wouldn't do it for long. Perhaps for now, until you can find more info, feed cooked balanced meals with grains (like rice or barley or oats, veggies (green leafies contain calcium) and meat, calcium is very important to balance the phospherous in the meat. Eggs with shells are balanced calcium/phospherous so maybe an egg a day... Veggies must be either lighty steamed or put through a processor to be digested properly.

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