- Mar 22, 2021
- Bulldog(s) Names
- Mr. T
I'm betting He will LOVE it!
I’m hoping that he will and that it will also do him good in the long run.
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I never did a transition cause it’s raw. You definitely can’t go wrong on a raw diet. Much healthier. Remember one thing, 1lb for 50lb dog.
Jake weighs 62lbs n Nyala weighs 52. I only use 1lb per day for BOTH as they do have from frozen wild caught sardines or smelts as morning n noon snacks n dry beef stick as another snack. I keep them on slightly under normal weight cause of their breathing. Jake lost 10lbs which he wasn’t really over weight but what a difference in his breathing. Like day n night. Nyala was slowing down when my previous Duke pass. Her too on a diet n she lost a good 8lbs. Was time to put both on weight control. They are both back to Speedy Gonzalez. I make sure not to add anything but raw in their diet n once in a while raw marrow bones, boiled eggs, fresh veggies and fruits. Any questions simply ask as they are a few members that feeds our dogs raw.
He is currently 43 pounds and still a puppy (27 weeks) - should I increase the 1lb estimate until he reaches 1 year? If so how much?
Hello Everyone -
I started with a transition and am currently feeding him 25% raw. We are heading into the third day and he is licking his bowl clean and he appears to be progressing without issues. His stools are already smaller, firmer and less smelly!!! I didn’t anticipate noticing much in the first few days. Cautiously optimistic about this change. Thank you to everyone for providing input.
It is amazing how Mr. T went from being indifferent to food - he would be ready to eat but without any excitement. Now he sees me doing the feeding routine and he gets excited and starts barking the “please give it to me bark”!