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Thought on this raw recipe..

post #1 of 19
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For those who feed raw, your general thought on this recipe please.

Raw
post #2 of 19
I knew dogs ate raw food, but I had no clue cats did. I figured it would upset there tummy.
post #3 of 19
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from what i have read and what our raw feeders here have said. It doesnt at all. as its close to their natural diet.

I started feeding my IBS/IBD girl premade raw and its done SO wonderfull for her.
post #4 of 19
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
from what i have read and what our raw feeders here have said. It doesnt at all. as its close to their natural diet.

I started feeding my IBS/IBD girl premade raw and its done SO wonderfull for her.
See learn something new every day
post #5 of 19
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Yup You you certainly do
post #6 of 19
Oh yes, raw is the best thing for dogs AND cats. In the wild, cats did not go around eating corn, rice and cooked beef. They ate RAW MEAT! And lots of it. I feed my two dogs and two cats raw, and highly suggest it! The recipe looks wonderful. It looks balanced and healthy. Good luck!
post #7 of 19
That actuall was one of the ones I have written somewhere..lol..

It is a great recipe
post #8 of 19
I hope am not a bad mommy for not wanting to feed raw.
post #9 of 19
No, you're not a made mommy. Just make sure you feed your cats a good, high quality food.
post #10 of 19
It is nutro natural for both. and the nutro wet.
Skittles is only getting the kitten one.
post #11 of 19
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well glad it meets the raw feeders approval heh. I just priced everything at the store. and i think this is dooable. a nice organic turkey 13lbs is only 13.70 with so many kitties i of course am gonna make large quanties, to freeze heh.

well I have to get a meat grinder but i can get a hand crank one for a reasonable price..than I think we will give this a shot..see what the cats think..
post #12 of 19
The recipe looks fine. The salmon oil amount seems a bit high, and I personally wouldn't use that much, but only because none of my bengals tolerate salmon very well.
I know the slamon oil is good for their coats though.

I certainly don't have time to prepare raw meals from scratch for our hoard, so they're all still on the Bravo! raw food. I've been very happy with their product so far.
post #13 of 19
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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals
The recipe looks fine. The salmon oil amount seems a bit high, and I personally wouldn't use that much, but only because none of my bengals tolerate salmon very well.
I know the slamon oil is good for their coats though.

I certainly don't have time to prepare raw meals from scratch for our hoard, so they're all still on the Bravo! raw food. I've been very happy with their product so far.

I did check out a link i saw you posted about Bravo. There are no retailers in my state. Some in the next state over but all are over a 2 hour drive from me. I am night owl so This will give me something to do to than, lol

Monday is pay day so I am gonna get a meat grinder and head to the store..and see what the guys think of it. My little girl Maia LOVES the premade Natures Variety, but there is just no way I could afford to feed 13 cats on that heh. I would go through about one 3lb bag a day. and one of those here is 10.96

does anyone know if local health stores would carry the Raw Glandular supplement?
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
I did check out a link i saw you posted about Bravo. There are no retailers in my state. Some in the next state over but all are over a 2 hour drive from me. I am night owl so This will give me something to do to than, lol

Monday is pay day so I am gonna get a meat grinder and head to the store..and see what the guys think of it. My little girl Maia LOVES the premade Natures Variety, but there is just no way I could afford to feed 13 cats on that heh. I would go through about one 3lb bag a day. and one of those here is 10.96

does anyone know if local health stores would carry the Raw Glandular supplement?
I would advice checking the lps ( a small one) some health foods carry a human one you can use...
post #15 of 19
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lps? Assumeing local pet stores. I already called all within a 20 mile radius of me. No one carrys it i may go check two of them myself as the people on the phone not so very helpfully.

Otherwise I will just get it offline.
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by ScamperFarms
lps? Assumeing local pet stores. I already called all within a 20 mile radius of me. No one carrys it i may go check two of them myself as the people on the phone not so very helpfully.

Otherwise I will just get it offline.
Yes lps is local pet store sorry... I got a gladualar for me at the health food store but the " raw " supplement I saw was filled with additives I wouldnt allow in a dry food let alone a supplement...
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by sharky
Yes lps is local pet store sorry... I got a gladualar for me at the health food store but the " raw " supplement I saw was filled with additives I wouldnt allow in a dry food let alone a supplement...
hehe..well the one on the site they lnked with the recipie looked good. So i will try to follow that one. If i cant find it local I wont die. I will just get it online

Going tonight to get me a meat grinder! found a nice big hand crank one for 18.99
post #18 of 19
Good luck and have fun! I may sound crazy, but actually feel pretty happy and good to feed my furkins raw. LOL I get excited just to order the meat!
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Apric0t
Good luck and have fun! I may sound crazy, but actually feel pretty happy and good to feed my furkins raw. LOL I get excited just to order the meat!
lol i am getting real excited too. The bad side is I cant find the last ingrident i need. locally. SO i will have to do it online. I have one more place to call..
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