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Raw and Natural Nutrition for Dogs, Revised Edition: The Definitive Guide to Homemade Meals Kindle Edition
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I still am not at the point where I have purchased a grinder and I may not. I started with a local butcher (they have their own pet blend but $$) and now I'm moving onto Darwin to control the cost. I'm not sure if I will make my own meals for my dog because I only have 1 dog and don't see myself buying an extra freezer for my dog. If I lived in a house maybe but not for an apartment dweller.
I think the point is once you dive into it, you start to realize what you need to do more or less of. I don't think it's down to science as we are all used to~measuring cups and all. Sometimes your dog needs more bone for calcium and sometimes less, just like in the wild they will balance themselves out in time. I do think that my dog is happier on raw, instead of finishing his meal in seconds, nawing on a bone is lasting longer and there's more satisfaction. Only drawback is having to mop the floor everytime (hello bacteria) as he puts the bone part of the meal out of his bowl and onto the floor. I hope that helps.