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Postby barbponys » Thu Feb 17, 2005 12:32 pm

pitbulliest wrote:I'll be going to the library next week to pick up some of the barf/raw books you guys recommended...

do these books have any guides as to how much to feed your dog..and what kind of stuff...recipes...etc? I for one would be lost as to what to give my dog and how much of it...


The three I would check out are:

Give Your Dog a Bone. Ian Billinghurst

Bones and Raw Food. Tom Lonsdale

See Spot Live Longer. Steve Brown

Different perspectives on feeding raw. They do a real good job of explaining why it works.......


Damien,
Rod is patient :tongue: . Hop to it :)) .
In all seriousness, it's a big step. It takes time to figure out whether or not you can actually do the raw thing or not. Some start and find they just can't do it.

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Postby barbponys » Thu Feb 17, 2005 12:35 pm

Man, it would help if I actually READ the posts?? I haven't finished my first cup of coffee yet :oops: .

They give you general guide lines on how much to feed. It really depends on the dog, age, activity, etc. It also depends on what philosophy you decide to follow.


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