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Old April 13th, 2010, 12:54 PM
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You are not that easily confused I'm sure, aslan, the dog was on a raw diet. I stopped feeding him that dry food the minute I realised what it was doing to his teeth. He is dead and gone now and to this day I still feel guilty that I listened to his breeder and continued feeding raw for a short time to suit her, when I knew he hated it and it didn't suit him. For him one day more on it was too much. And that ends any discussion on dogs' diets for me, my point is made, that it doesn't suit every dog.
14+, I know what raw means, I also know cooked bones are dangerous, but so are raw, and everyone is entitled to their opinion. People speak of dogs or cats in the wild as if nothing bad ever happened to them, when of course it would have.
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