Today your bully ate?

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Today your bully ate?

Postby True_Pits » Wed Jan 21, 2009 1:34 am

We did this on another forum. Hopefully thread will get going pretty good here too. You just share what your dog(s) ate "today" each day you participate.

I'll start. I'm feeding a few other dogs right now and I have 5 feeding times a day but they only eat on average max 2 times a day.

Tues 1-20-09

A.M. (or mid day) chicken with chicken liver or entire chicken / P.M. ground beef with egg or Evo
A.M. & P.M. Fromm 4Star Whitefish&Potato
Mid Day & P.M. Precise Canine Foundation

They had these for snack as I had several pork shoulder bones stored up. (they love em) Couple just had kong with peanut butter.
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here is one of the chickens before becoming lunch
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Postby Sarah » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:32 am

AM: Dog Lover's Gold (kibble)
PM: Wellness Core (kibble) with Fresh Pet (refrigerated turkey, rice, veggie stuff). I'm almost out of the DLG, so I broke into the bag of Wellness Core I won at a raffle recently. Meant to mix it with the DLG, but there was so little of it, when I poured the Wellness on top, I was unable to get it mixed in.

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Postby mtlu » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:46 am

AM: TOTW Pacific Stream with 1 raw egg (shell included)
PM: TOTW Pacific Stream with 2 spoons Merrick New Zealand Summer wet food
PM snack: peanut butter kong with zukes minis and dogswell chicken jerky

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Postby redog » Wed Jan 21, 2009 7:03 am

AM: 1 cup of Evo with a fish oil tablet.
PM: 1 cup of Evo with a fish oil tablet.

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Postby Amie » Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:05 am

1lb ground quail & bone

and he'll get some training treats later.

That's it.

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Postby Maryellen » Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:25 am

AM half a pound ground turkey and bone
PM Pork and ground turkey and bone

other 2 get

AM 1/2 ground turkey
PM whole cornish hen 1.38 lbs and ground meat and bone
salmon oil

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Postby Mya&theSiebenDackels » Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:52 am

AM: Diamond Naturals Chicken and Rice Adult dog food
Dachshunds: 1/2-1 cup a day(River and Gracie are standard size dachshunds so they get 1 cup)
Chops: about 1 cup a day
Mya: 2 cups a day
Tank: 1 and half cups a day

They are only fed once a day and then they get a treat or two during the day.

And, even though Darcy is a pot belly pig, lol, I will put her schedule too. (Keep in mind when you read her feeding schedule that she is pregnant)

AM: 2 cups of Mini pig food, vitamin and a carrot.
Then, during the day she gets some leafy greens and a treat or two.
PM: 2 cups of Mini pig food

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Postby TigerLady » Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:19 pm

AM - Bone-in turkey and a chicken liver. 2 fish oil caps, 2 flax seed oil caps.

Tonight, they will each get another capsule of the oils, and a few training treats.

Daughter's dogs that live here get Canidae dog food in the AM along with their gel caps of the same oils that the raw dogs get. They, too, will get training treats in the PM since we train when I get off of work.

~Tiger

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Postby pitgrrl » Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:59 pm

AM-Ground whole chicken w/bone (love it when I can see weird mystery
organs that made it through the grinder whole :yucky: )
-duck breast
-l-glumtamine
-Nupro Joint
-1000mg fish oil
-slippery elm
-digestive enzyme
-alfalfa

PM-probably the same for today
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Postby jlphilli » Wed Jan 21, 2009 1:24 pm

My dog ate dog food. Yippee?

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Postby skada21 » Wed Jan 21, 2009 1:41 pm

Part of a turkey carcass (with meat attached) and an egg for breakfast.

Dinner will likely be a bone or some chicken feet with yogurt and kelp.

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Postby kaliya5 » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:40 pm

AM: EVO + probiotics
Afternoon snack: Greenies
PM: EVO + salmon oil
Pm Snack: Steak Jerky for dogs from Omaha Steaks

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Postby HappyPuppy » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:44 pm

AM: Shermz - 1 cup Kirkland chicken
Ruby 1.5 cup Kirklland chicken
(still NOT happy with the poops after a week+) !!! :sad:

snack: each got a beef bone with marrow center - I forget the cut of the bone - like a round hockey puck wiht yummy marrow the diameter of a quarter

PM: 10 oz turkey parts with 2 oz liver each

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Postby Mya&theSiebenDackels » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:44 pm

I wish we could feed our dogs raw, they would love it soo much! Sounds like everyones dogs have a yummy breakfast and dinner!

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Postby RuffMuttK9z » Wed Jan 21, 2009 3:18 pm

AM: Kirkland Chicken & Rice, Fish Oil
Noon: A few pieces of mistletoe that fell off of the trees, a stick or two and a mouthful of dirt.
PM: Kirkland Chiekn & Rice, Fish Oil
Evening: Sticks and dirt, perhaps a piece of dog crap.

(Please don't counsel me on the dangers of mistletoe. I KNOW! But I can't chop down eight 70yr old trees just to get rid of it. I clean it up as much as I can and so far it hasn't caused many problems.)


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