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Just received Geoffs results
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Looks like a human list.

Basically no bones or ground meats. What’s odd is example, duck is ok but not ground duck or any “ground“ Protein. Hmmm
 
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Looks like a human list.

Basically no bones or ground meats. What’s odd is example, duck is ok but not ground duck or any “ground“ Protein. Hmmm
Yeah it’s strange that it says ground beef/chicken is not ok but beef and chicken is ? I’d ground beef not mince or chicken mince or am I missing the obvious . No beef bone or chicken bone so that means no complete meals that have chicken or beef as main protein as they mainly have beef or chicken bone as the bone part. Looks like he is going to be getting either rabbit, turkey, venison or pork complete meals . https://www.nutriment.co.uk is main brand in my local pet food store , going on in Saturday to discuss options , they are raw specialists for 35 years
 

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Yeah it’s strange that it says ground beef/chicken is not ok but beef and chicken is ? I’d ground beef not mince or chicken mince or am I missing the obvious . No beef bone or chicken bone so that means no complete meals that have chicken or beef as main protein as they mainly have beef or chicken bone as the bone part. Looks like he is going to be getting either rabbit, turkey, venison or pork complete meals . https://www.nutriment.co.uk is main brand in my local pet food store , going on in Saturday to discuss options , they are raw specialists for 35 years
@Sir Digby here follow this thread… Bare in mind your do will be different results.
 

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Very interesting on the ground vs whole beef and chicken…. Wonder why?
 
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Very interesting on the ground vs whole beef and chicken…. Wonder why?
So today was first day on the raw, he loves it . I went down boneless beef route. Usually he has 4 💩 a day , down to 3 however what came out of him was like a prop from the exorcist. I’m guessing this is due to the change in diet. Please tell me in 3/4 days he will be 💩 more firmly.
 

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So today was first day on the raw, he loves it . I went down boneless beef route. Usually he has 4 💩 a day , down to 3 however what came out of him was like a prop from the exorcist. I’m guessing this is due to the change in diet. Please tell me in 3/4 days he will be 💩 more firmly.
Raw has natural probiotics which will clean his intestines. Raw will make him poop harder. It’s going to be like little nugget n go 1-2x a day only. He will also NOT drink as much water cause raw is already full of moisture so don’t panic :) keep us posted on this thread about the stools as there’s pumpkin purée that can be give. BUT wait a week see what happens. If I don’t answer you others will tell you what to do with it..
 
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Day 3 and 💩 still runny , can anyone post a picture of the preferred canned pumpkin to use. Doesn’t seem to be a thing here in Scotland but can get some from Amazon but would like an idea of which ones.
 

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Day 3 and 💩 still runny , can anyone post a picture of the preferred canned pumpkin to use. Doesn’t seem to be a thing here in Scotland but can get some from Amazon but would like an idea of which ones.
Everyone has pumpkin. So it’s pumpkin in a can n NOT the ones you make pie with. One ingredient only…pumpkin purée. Same texture as mashed potatoes. You can also make it yourself by buying a pumpkin 🎃. :)
 
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Everyone has pumpkin. So it’s pumpkin in a can n NOT the ones you make pie with. One ingredient only…pumpkin purée. Same texture as mashed potatoes. You can also make it yourself by buying a pumpkin 🎃. :)
It’s not available off the shelf here, I have searched all the main supermarkets but they dont sell it. Sure I can buy a pumpkin 🎃, it’s that time of year they are everywhere but I’m too lazy 😂 can get it from Amazon 100% pure pumpkin purée ( bakeroo brand)
 

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Soft stool after a week of feeding could be an indicator of TOO MUCH FOOD. Dial the quantity back to 75% of what you're feeding and see what happens.
And your list says "STEAK" no good. What's up with that? What kind of steak? Very Strange. I think a long conversation with your Vet might clear up some of these inconsistencies/contradictions. If you have that conversation, please educate us!
 

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I have a question…
was this test done by a Vet or by a Raw Food Supplier…or both? There’s simply too many inconsistencies here for me to put complete trust in the findings.
 

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Soft stool after a week of feeding could be an indicator of TOO MUCH FOOD. Dial the quantity back to 75% of what you're feeding and see what happens.
And your list says "STEAK" no good. What's up with that? What kind of steak? Very Strange. I think a long conversation with your Vet might clear up some of these inconsistencies/contradictions. If you have that conversation, please educate us!
Idk if its just me but that list looks more for humans.
 

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