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Please consult your Holistic vet, the following information provided is not provided to replace veterinary advice and is based on an otherwise healthy dog. Every dog is different and has different needs. This information is only provided as a guide. Please get in touch with a dog nutritionist or holistic vet that is providing meal plans to better suit your dog. unfortunately I am not providing meal plans at this present time. I am only providing free information.
Q- What Meat do You recommend i start with, when transitioning from kibble to raw diet feeding?
A- I recommend starting with 1 lean protein to start with. Ideally this would be a lean white meat like turkey. Once your dog is settled with raw and has transitioned, you can start to add different types of protein. Please consult a Holistic vet, this information is not provided to replace a veterinary advice. every dog is different and had different needs.
Q- When i Try to transition from kibble to raw, my dog gets diarrhear. how do i fix this?
A- Try transitioning slower, add more raw once the stools become consistent and more solid. Make sure your only using 1 protein and start with kidney, not liver. liver needs to be introduced slowly as can cause diarrhea too.
Q- What bones should I get to my dog?
A- it depends on the sixe of your dog. for a tou breed i only recommend ground bones. small brreds like jack russels can eat smaller chicken bones. medium sized dogs can eat chicken necks, kangaroo bones. large breeds can have most bones. if you see your dog struggeluing to down a bone take the bone off them the bone is too big for him.
Q- how often can i give my dog a recreational bones?
A- You can give your dogs recreational bones 1-2 times a day. limit the time you allow them to chew on the bone. Allow 10 minutes to prevent braking teeth.
Q- What are some of the ingredients to avoid in kibble brands?
A- look for variety of proteins with no preservatives. you will want all the meat to be at the top of the label before another ingredients. avoid rice, grain, sweet potato, fish oil, vegetable oil, and soy products these are all pro-inflammatory, look for ingredients like mussels, sardines that are anti inflammatory.