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Dottie

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Re: Good dog feeding on a budget
« Reply #15 on: Oct 23, 2014, 08:02 »
Can you let us know what is in this meat mix? I wonder if some of these mixes are a bit fatty. The intention is that they should be fed raw to maintain the nutritional values. I am led to believe that you shouldn't mix raw and kibble because of the differing rates of digestion. From what you say, you may find it easier to just feed your dog the good quality kibble. There isn't much point in feeding raw food if they don't care for it - not all dogs do.
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