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Raw Food Diet. Tips, Suggestions, and Recommendations?
I was unsure about a raw food diet at first for Kairi, but after getting a few samples of Stella & Chewys, she's become really addicted to it. So I bought a 6lb bag.
For breakfast I've been feeding her the rest of the Blue Buffalo Wilderness cans I have and Taste of the Wild kibble. And for dinner I've been mixing a raw patty and a handfull of Taste of the Wild.
Is it a good idea to mix kibble and raw dog food together? The person giving the samples away said no, but I was pretty sure she was just saying that just to get me to by more..
Also, I've heard a lot of people who feed their dogs a raw food diet will at times buy discounted meat at the grocery store and have the butcher ground it up for them. Any special way to prepare the meat for dog consumption?
Also, pre-prepared Raw Dog food patties can be pricey. Any good brands that sort of meet in the middle in terms of quality and price?