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2Yo Belgian Malinois - Casey


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Chicken backs will be fine, and if you can remove any skin and fat that may be on them as well. That can contribute to loose poops as well.



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thanks. ive been removing the fat on the top of back and fat where i think the wings would be. theyre skinless to begin with.

this morning was not loose. but i think her belly acid is doing some catch up

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Well, not loose is a good start! Keep us posted!



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Her poop was good today!

She ate her 1st chicken leg last night. She seemed to be a little overwhelmed at first, picked off the lower leg. Then i think she thought screw it and she chomped the bone down. She is very satisfied with herself when she is finished. I love it.

Casey is a very active dog. Her daily routine looks like: 1.5 hr training in the morning, be my service dog throughout the day, 2.5hr hike (ie constantly 0chasing a ball from the chuckit while i take a hike) in the evening and 3/7 days training at schutzhund club. The other 4/7 i give her an extra training for an hr in the evening prior to our hike. Yesterday i fed her 700g appx. Ie 3.3% of her body weight. Anyone with working dogs on a raw diet here?

My cat is increasingly interested. Id love to switch her too, but i have always given her a weeks pile of food on her cat tree and left it. She gets anxious and constantly bothers me when its running low. She is a perfect weight (and a tiny cat hence the week worth in a cereal bowl) . I can weigh her on the kitchen scale, lol.

Are there any guides out there for cats specifically? The starter guide on this site is great but theres nothing about trouble shooting with cats.

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Cats are strange. The younger they are, the easier it is to start them on raw. As long as you have plenty of heart meat for taurine, and you can't "wait them out" like you can a dog. They can be difficult to raw feed sometimes.






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