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Old November 8th, 2006, 10:57 AM
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Welcome to the feeding raw sub-forum

Feeding your pets raw food or the B.A.R.F (Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods) diet or the RMB (raw meaty bones) diet is becoming more and more popular. The thinking behind it is that before we brought dogs and cats into our homes they ate raw food.

Not everyone is into this notion and there are plenty of veterinarians that both support and do not support the raw diet. Either way it's a very interesting topic and we can now discuss it in it's own sub-forum.

Here is a quick article on raw food for cats and dogs.

Enjoy the new forum, and thanks to technodoll for suggesting it!

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