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Old September 22nd, 2006, 06:21 PM
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Talking Took the RAW plunge!!!!!!!!!!

:king: WE TOOK THE RAW PLUNGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We just fed Byron his first raw meal (a chicken drumstick, bone and skin included)....and HE ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!!!!! He ate every last little piece! He started by licking it and then looking at us every so often, not really sure what to make of it. Then we started with the "goooood boy"s and he just went to town!!!!

And now for some questions...

1. He decided that eating his drumstick on the plate provided was not to his liking....so he took it to the living room and ate it there, dribbling little bits of blood here and there, which he promptly licked up. All I have to say is: THANK GOD for laminate flooring!!! So our question is: how do we keep him from eating his food in a certain designated area???

2. He is currently about 20 pounds and we fed him one whole drumstick for his dinner. Would this be roughly the size of one meal??

3. How many times a day should we be feeding him? We had him at 3 times/day with his kibble. Should we stay the same with the new food?


PS: Thanks to technodoll and all the rest of the members who encouraged us to try raw!!! HOORAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!
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