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Raw Food Diet > Farewell to my good friends
Moxie

Vertically- challenged hound- dog
 
 
Barked: Sun Nov 29, '09 2:58am PST 
hug Love, you're forever in our hearts.
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Raw Food Diet > Veggies
Moxie

Vertically- challenged hound- dog
 
 
Barked: Fri May 29, '09 6:32am PST 
Cooking does not always destroy the nutrient value in vegis, and while decreasing certain vitamins can actually increase other vitamins.

The real game is all about availability as some have said, even if the raw form was more nutritious, if the vitamins are unavailable to the body in that form, it is irrelevant.
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Raw Food Diet > NutritionData.com

Izzie

Corgiosaurus
 
 
Barked: Fri May 29, '09 6:09am PST 
That site will not report green tripe - only bleached white tripe since the site is geared towards human consumption.

And, also, the site reports on vitamins and minerals. Many of the items we feed, we feed for benefits not seen in these types of reporting, such as antioxidants, enzymes, etc.

Nevertheless, it is a great site!
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Raw Food Diet > How to get your dog to eat pumkin?

Moxie

Vertically- challenged hound- dog
 
 
Barked: Fri May 29, '09 6:06am PST 
If soft poop is a concern, I'd definitely stay away from salt, as well.
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Raw Food Diet > is canned tripe just as good as "fresh" ?

Izzie

Corgiosaurus
 
 
Barked: Fri May 29, '09 6:03am PST 
The real issue between raw and canned tripe is the cooking processes inherent in canning. Likely many of the raw enzymes that are so beneficial in tripe are reduced or annihilated in that process.

There are several online suppliers of raw green tripe as well.
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Raw Food Diet > To true raw and doggie smell
Moxie

Vertically- challenged hound- dog
 
 
Barked: Fri May 29, '09 5:58am PST 
It was never so much odor with Moxie, more oily coat, which she no longer gets on raw either... just every now and then, with her coat so thick, she gets so much grit in her coat she still needs a bath on occasion.

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Food & Nutrition > Natural Approaches to Feeding the Dog

Moxie

Vertically- challenged hound- dog
 
 
Barked: Wed Apr 15, '09 3:00pm PST 
hamster dance Sweet!
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Food & Nutrition > Orijen is not good for all breeds as claimed!

Izzie

Corgiosaurus
 
 
Barked: Wed Apr 15, '09 1:03pm PST 
I wouldn't be so quick to discount DNA links to allergies.

OP- very true that anomalies exist between the proposed known duration of domestication of dogs (10,000-20,000 yrs) while evolutionary clock studies suggest the two species, dogs and wolves, separated closer to 100,000 bp. When fossil records are taken into account, additional dates exist for canine-esque skulls found in association with human remains much earlier than 100,000 bp.
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Raw Food Diet > Shopping for meat.

Izzie

Corgiosaurus
 
 
Barked: Mon Apr 13, '09 9:32pm PST 
hamster dance Makes grocery shopping fun!
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Food & Nutrition > Orijen is not good for all breeds as claimed!
Izzie

Corgiosaurus
 
 
Barked: Mon Apr 13, '09 6:28pm PST 
What exactly are all these "adaptations to an omnivorous diet in their digestive tract"?

Second, humans have evolved over time longer than dogs have evolved from their predecessors, under vastly different circumstances.

Third, there are several factors that pertain to humans and their varied diets that aren't as applicable in wild animals, including the innate ability to digest both meat, veg, and grains by nature as omnivores. This is not comparable to a herbivore or carnivore.
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