by Ruger1 on 11 January 2013 - 18:01
I have never heard of this company before and wondered if anyone has had any experience or information on this product. The manager told me that this company does very little in the way of advertising and in turn can keep their prices down. 6lbs of frozen/fresh meat with two proteins plus pumpkin is $23.99.
by LynOD on 11 January 2013 - 18:01
by EuroShepherd on 11 January 2013 - 20:01
I don't know how much they're charging for those meaty bones, but my local Giant Eagle grocery store stocks big meaty beef soupbones in their meat department, they cost me approx. $1.25 per bone, the bones average 6 inches.
by Nans gsd on 11 January 2013 - 21:01
On the upside, I do feed and use pork products for my guys, I do freeze them first for a while usually not too long maybe a month or so; then feed. Guess I am lucky I have not had any problems with it and pork neck bones and usually pretty soft even my 14 year old girl can eat them and she is missing half her teeth.
I stay away from the small rib bones, use larger beef rib bones and when meat is off bones pick up and throw away. But I stay away from smaller pork rib bones. FOr your info only. Nan
by andhourspass on 12 January 2013 - 00:01
by Bhaugh on 12 January 2013 - 20:01
by beetree on 13 January 2013 - 00:01
Add a big spoon of Greek yogurt. And pumpkin for fibre. A whole raw egg. Except I only do the yolks because I'm feeding a puppy.... whites are not good to give to puppies, for anyone reading this! I still haven't given Mojo the shell, but others have.
Ditto to Europshep's post, too. That is crazy... to pay for a beef bone in shrinkwrap. Just go to your butcher and get marrow bones, have them use the saw and cut them. When the marrow is all gone, and they've got what they can, throw the bone away... when the dog isn't looking.
Second meal, is the hamburger meal. I add the egg about 2/3 times a week. Okay to add a probiotic to the hamburger. Cottage cheese is okay. And also, canned sardines and other fish fillets, makes a third meal, every now and then.
You don't need or want to add calcium when you let them chomp the bones in the chicken. After he gets the taste for raw chicken, use all the parts....
Watch the stools, and make your adjustments, add pumpkin if runny. If it is greasy ... too much fat.... I think that is right... I'll double check that and edit if wrong...lol
Good Luck and your dog's teeth will love you!
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