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just want to know if this is ok??

May 30th, 2007, 05:53 PM
hello all my gf don`t want to do raw food for dogs.she wants to cook them here is what we have in mind don`t know if we missing anything for my 2 huskies

meal :chicken,carrot,potato,cottage cheese

meal :beef,carrot,potato,2 eggs

meal :pork,carrot,potato,1 eggs and cottage cheese

meal:fish,brown rice,carrot

don`t know if i should give them the same thing in the same day or change it around to one of the other one`s

and alternate them also i read that the shell of the egg is good for them???

what other thing i can give them like veggies or what type of meat will be better

thx for answerds

May 30th, 2007, 06:06 PM
Sounds alright to me, but im not sure about cooking.
The way I see it,
Cooking is defeating the purpose of raw. Its not the same cooked.
All a dog really needs is raw, that way they are getting what they biologically need.

Take a look in the raw feeding section there are many many links for both raw and cooked.

May 30th, 2007, 06:23 PM
my gf is afraid is they eat raw food and they bite someone like one of our kids thats why she wants to do the cook

May 30th, 2007, 06:31 PM
eating raw will NOT make them more aggressive, there is no link between raw and aggression they are not going to try and kill things to eat as they are already dead when they recieve it. and humans are a part of their pack they wont bite your children because of diet

May 30th, 2007, 06:49 PM
dogs are not humans, please don't try to feed them like a kid. if you insist on cooking for your dogs, do some real reseach first to make sure you know what you're doing (Dr Pitcairn has a very good book out on holistic nutrition and care for cats and dogs, for example) - cooking destroys vital nutrients and you need to replace those with supplements.

dogs should NEVER eat cooked bones, so you need to replace the calcium with a supplement, or the correct amount of finely ground eggshells per pound of meat, you will need EFAs, a little to no grains is better, you need varied veggies not just carrots, varied meat sources not the same thing all the time.

huskies are among the most primitive of breeds who do VERY well on a raw diet. tell your wife to read this to calm her fears: and perhaps do more research on raw, since cooking is VERY time consuming and more expensive.

Just IMO ;)

May 30th, 2007, 07:21 PM
thx and will make her read it