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    BARF - Raw Food Diet for dogs

    I have been reading extensively about this and am giving serious consideration about moving my dog (labrador) onto a BARF diet. Does anyone out there use this diet for their dogs? How practical is it?

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    I'm also interested with BARF diet. Is it a good diet for my Beagle?

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    well I posted a pretty extensive reply about my experience but it didn't show up. I'll pm you

    Edit: figured it out, because I wrote a whole tome of information, it has to be approved by a moderator. Ah well. too bad for anyone else curious about it.
    Last edited by shadowskitten; 04-08-2012 at 11:42 PM.

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    Bacteria? Bad for digestion?

    Don't get super crazy about this. It isn't the same for dogs as it is humans.

    In my experience.. i've never had a problem. First up, I use freshly thawed chicken and serve it cold. I know some people who run it through warm water to make it smell more meaty, but my dogs don't seem to mind.

    I've never had a problem with internal parasites and even when I found out my pup ate something dead (thank you feral neighborhood cats), nothing came of it. She's still right as rain. Something I read once talked about the difference in dog digestion and bacterial tolerance. While humans react adversely to partially decomposed and raw meats, dogs have a measure of tolerance for it.

    Keep in mind, when I get a chicken from the super market and it smells off, I take it straight back. Usually a whole cut up chicken will last at least a week so I won't risk it going bad before then.

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