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    Quote Originally Posted by luis323 View Post
    I can just stop feeding her Blue Wilderness Puppy food and start feeding her that if possible.. I am taking her to the Vet tom. She will be getting some shots.

    I would go through the raw feeding threads on here. It's not as easy as just giving chicken. You have to give a lot of other things too to keep their nutrition balanced.

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    Default Re: Raw Chicken

    You can feed that to her, but not at the same time with kibble. Bone and kibble are not good together, that can cause digestive problems.

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    I was just at a pet-first aid course this past weekend that Stiggy's and Punkin's daycare owner was teaching, and she informed the whole classs that she declines all dogs that are fed kibble and raw together. Usually she only does a temperament test, however, she was insistent on this one. She would tell the owners it's either, in her care, feeds them kibble or raw, not together, not even 8 hours apart. She's been advocating raw for at least a decade I think. She also accepts kibble fed pooches of course, even they are being Iams / Purina (eek!).

    Nevertheless, there are some that tolerate them together. But would I personally risk it? After this weekend, no, I'm convinced that it shouldn't be done.

    Oh, I have to add, that feeding only a chicken leg can be dangerous if your boy's a gulper. You're going to need to watch him carefully if so. It's on the borderline level of a choking hazard.
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    Default Re: Raw Chicken

    Quote Originally Posted by luis323 View Post
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    Ok I have 3 of this extra packets.. Is this ok to feed my bully this?
    You need to make sure whatever you feed her is not enhanced. For most meats this means there is less than 100 mgs of sodium per 4 ounce portion. Also, I wouldn't feed anything smaller than a leg quarter. Finally, you may find that the skin/fat gives her watery stools until she gets better adjusted. As such, I'd suggest removing it completely for the first couple weeks and then slowly start introducing it.

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