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Dottie

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Raw feeding - a vet’s perspective
« on: Mar 02, 2018, 18:03 »
Are you Considering the Raw Diet? is an article from worcestervets.co.uk. Some vets promote a raw diet but (arguably), most do not.  The vets responsible for this article are in the latter camp. They give the reasons why and most of these will be familiar to pet owners who are interested in nutrition.

The article also contains useful advice on what to look for when considering commercial dog food. Hopefully it will be useful reference.
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Re: Raw feeding - a vet’s perspective
« Reply #1 on: Mar 03, 2018, 22:33 »
very interesting read,
 but as you have said before, dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and what is good for one family and their dog is not suitable for others, so people must make up there own mind, do the research ,  and not follow the crowd,  I have my dog on raw as he is better on that than dry, but am now getting him on pure pet food , for one meal and  raw for the other and he is doing well on that.  :)


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