Is Bones and Raw Food bad for you?

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Is Bones and Raw Food bad for you?

Postby Ariel Payopay » Sun May 09, 2004 2:23 am

I found this interesting article...

http://secondchanceranch.org/rawmeat.html#benefits

Just wanted to get everyones opinions on this. I've fed my dog raw foods a couple of times. He loves it. And I don't see no big problem with it. The other day I was arguing with a couple of people about BARF diets. And they swear it's bad. I have not changed my opinions on BARF. I believe it's the healthiest diet for your dog. I dont' feed my dog BARF all the time because I don't have the time to pay attention to the portions. So I feed him Wellness.

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Postby Demo Dick » Sun May 09, 2004 8:57 am

Doctors tell me that the amount of protein and fat I eat will kill me.

Doctors tell me that fried foods will kill me.

Doctors tell me that the mercury in the fish I eat will kill me.

Doctors tell me that eating sashimi will kill me.

Doctors, for years, told me that weight training would make me musclebound and inflexible and would probably kill me.
Doctors tell me that the guns in my household will kill me.

Doctors tell me that my Pit Bull will kill me, the neighbors, and Animal Control when they show up to get him.

Doctors tell me that excessive caffiene will kill me.

From the above statement, I infer that most doctors are full of poop. Vets are doctors. Therefore, most vets are full of poop too.

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P.S. Ever seen a wild dog cooking his dinner? Me neither.

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Postby CinderDee » Sun May 09, 2004 11:53 am

:goodpost: roflmao


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Postby barbponys » Sun May 09, 2004 12:27 pm

:headbang: :goodpost:


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Postby moto1320 » Sun May 09, 2004 3:49 pm

I read that recently, suprisingly little to no fact behind a "11 year study". :roll:

lol Good post Demo. Down South people thrive on pots of coffee, greasy 14 course breakfasts, and on and on. Also housing the largest number of people over 100 anywhere. All of my relatives have seen mid 90's. I don't buy the hype either. hee hee

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Postby barbponys » Sun May 09, 2004 9:06 pm

If you live like today is your last you're happy. My dogs live in the here and now, so do I. Tomorrow will take care of itself, today is all you're guaranteed. Enjoy it.

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