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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    A dog in the wild or a domesticated dog left to his own devices doesn't slap his meat on the grill before he eats it.

    I give my dogs leaner cuts. They're doing well on this diet. But I have a friend who put her maltese on a similar diet and he came down with pancreatitis. The vet claimed a high fat diet was to blame which points to the meat. Perhaps not every dog will do well on this regimen but my dogs are.
    You're right about wild dogs, I guess it's just me being paranoid. I give him cooked, lean meat and he loves veggies. He loves tomatoes for some reason.
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    My friend feeds raw and it's hilarious. She and a friend do it and split the cost. It's funny to see her dog with a whole chicken or side of beef!!! They poop a lot less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkly View Post
    You're right about wild dogs, I guess it's just me being paranoid. I give him cooked, lean meat and he loves veggies. He loves tomatoes for some reason.
    I give my dog cherry tomatoes. She loves them.

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    My dog loves tomatoes I've heard they aren't good for dogs, but Josie loves them and she's healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    My friend feeds raw and it's hilarious. She and a friend do it and split the cost. It's funny to see her dog with a whole chicken or side of beef!!! They poop a lot less.
    The pooping less reason is good enough for me! Baron's so little, yet he poos so much.
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    I just heard Nutro petfood is being investigated.

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    I gave my doggy Baron raw beef for dinner tonight, and omg he ate it right up! He was as happy as could be, so I think I'll definitely add raw meat to his diet, along with rice and veggies.
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    I dont have any pets & was considering buying a new dog soon.This scares me, I think I will just feed it regular food then.I've heard that we are not supposed to feed them'human' food,is that true?
    My goal is to be happy with my life.

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    ^Personally, I think feeding dogs meat and veggies has to be better for their bodies than feeding themdry dog food with corn meal in it.
    But no, I wouldn't feed it table scraps. A lot of the foods people eat aren't even good for them, so it wouldn't be good for the dog either.
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