ProudMommy77 wrote:Blah, I feed RAW it's cheaper than kibble. I feed kibble on occasion, when I am out of raw, but it's not very often. Dottie's breeder is a Vet, and she feeds a raw diet to her dogs. My personal vet is a raw feeder, I think most people I know are also. For us, it's economical, and the health benefits aren't such a bad thing.
My dogs had a raw dinner night before last, I feed it because they love it, and so I can tell clients "I feed this..." when they're feeding some wacko and/or poorly researched diet.
There's nothing wrong and a lot of right with raw diets when they're done well. Most dogs love it, and when its done well there are so many benefits. However, the benefits are from whole ingredients and an overall lack of modern processing, not enzymes or nature or voodoo. Thats all I was trying to add to the conversation, and I apologize it took me 3 posts to say it.