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Raw Fed Dog Blood Work Database

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Lots of people want to see proof that raw feeding works. Well here's a great place to start. Please post up your dog's blood work results, urinalysis results, physical exam findings (show actual doctor notes) or fecal testing results. Pretty much anything to document health of your pets. 

 

Please feel free to post pictures and links, as well as ask any and all questions that come up! 

 

Bailey: 6.5 year old Great Dane

 

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^ This is from a pre-op panel when she got into a major accident....

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^ This is taken about 6 months after her accident

 

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This is Akasha's Blood work database: 

 

Akasha is a 4.5 year old Great Dane

 

 

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This is Emmy's blood work Database: 

 

Emmy is a 7.5 year old boxer/lab/GSD mix. 

 

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Here is Shiloh's blood work Database: 

Shiloh is a 6.5 year old Wolf hybrid/husky mix

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Here is Zuri's Blood work Database: 

 

She is a 3 year old Great Dane

 

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Here is Panda's Blood work Database: 

 

She is a 2 year old Great Dane

 

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This is a great topic. We are due for the annual check-up and blood work in September. 


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Does the result differ depending on age or breed?   I had a complete blood work up done of her, and her BUN/creat ratio came back at 34.  her urea nitrogen also was 34.  the vet ordered a urinalysis ....3 collects over 3 days,  her protein came back 3plus  her protein/creat ratio was 1.7 

 

these are all in the higher range then the reference ones,  I assumed it is because she is raw fed and almost 14, but looking at a few of these results I don't know if I should worry.  


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BUN/Creatinine ratio can be slightly elevated on raw fed dogs and they be perfectly normal. But that is only when they're slightly elevated outside the normal reference range. 

 

Considering your dog's age, that can also be a factor. Her values are super high but slightly elevated. 

 

Was blood work done on a routine basis or was she not feeling well at the time of blood draw? 


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