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    Hi all, my bulldog is now 14 weeks old and i am considering feeding raw. I am a little worried about all the implications with bone etc, was anybody else like me or was it the best thing you done for your bulldog?

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    Default Re: should i change to raw?

    Changing to raw was the best thing I ever did with my guys. They're allergy prone, and raw really agrees with them. I was hesitant at first with all the risks, but after much reading, and mentoring from a few members and friends, the transition went well. So it's really up to you. Not everyone can take the leap, or even agrees with the concept, but it's your choice.
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    Default Re: should i change to raw?

    Lola was picky and we had her on several (non-eaten) kibbles up to when she was 1.5 years old. We dont' have the freezer space to feed raw appropriately, but we feed raw patties by NVI and Tollden farms (a canadian company). Lola has never liked kibble and never ate it willingly so our savior has been raw food. she's got a better coat, less allergies, and a better appetite now on raw than she ever had on kibble. but that might be because she never really ate kibble.

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