- Feb 15, 2019
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I'm not much into fancyness dogs are carnivores. Her plate looks great but i doubt a wolf would crack a smile on his face eating zucchinies, strawberries and honey. Try and split everything in different plate to see if she don't eat something. Some dog are just pigs other got more restrein. Age also plays a role a 10 years old dog who ate kibbles all his life might be harder to convert.Do you guys have any recommendations for raws? Weve been using naturawls but I've noticed she has a bit of mucus in her stool.
This is a shot of what her meals generally look like. 2 of these a day.
1-1.5 cups of kibble. 3 heaping tablespoons of raw. A handful of zucchini or carrots and some sort of berries. She loves honey. May look into if a small serving of that could be beneficial as well
I don't know that brand but what i use got crushed bones in it. The only times he gets mucus in his stool is when I give him pig legs, he breaks it and eats it all , when I see a piece lying i throw it away so he's not hurting himself. Normally meat protects from sharp edges never feed cooked bones.
As i stated for someone else try with rice the first 2-3 days for his/her stomach get used to raw. Stool will reduce in size and smell, fur will get better, some even claim a nice change in behavior