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Jagger

09 May 2012

Jagger eats:
After his so called "high quality" food being recalled, it made me seriously reconsider what I was feeding my dogs. Jagger is a large German shepherd who is very high energy and needs a good quality food to keep up with him and give him the nutrients he needs.

Meeka

22 Sep 2012

About Meeka

Meeka is somewhat of a picky eater, which is completely my fault. Rather than wait her out on the days when she would refuse as a pup, I offered her a buffet of choices. Meeka eats mostly ground, Prey-model raw that is ground in the correct ratio from grass-fed, antibiotic-free chicken, beef, turkey, pork, and lamb. Her favorite un-ground meal is lamb neck. She LOVES lamb neck. I try to feed her one once per week. She also loves tripe, liver, and will eat kidney frozen as a treat. She also enjoys beef trachea as a chewy treat. She doesn't care for chicken, but will eat it if she has to. Yep, she is picky, but again, my fault. :-)

Her only health issues thus far have been an ear infection around 4 months of age, and a recent eye infection. She developed a hot spot after scraping her foot on the door, however it healed quickly, I believe, due to the raw diet. The most serious issue we have encountered is a bout with Pano, which can be common in shepherds. It resolved within two weeks as well. Her teeth are perfect. Her coat is shiny, and she smells great! I will never go back to kibble!

 

Meka eats:
Meeka eats mostly ground, Prey-model raw that is ground in the correct ratio from grass-fed, antibiotic-free chicken, beef, turkey, pork, and lamb. Her favorite un-ground meal is lamb neck. She LOVES lamb neck. I try to feed her one once per week. She also loves tripe, liver, and will eat kidney frozen as a treat. She also enjoys beef trachea as a chewy treat.

Logan

11 Feb 2013
Name Logan
Born 08 2012
Breed German Shepherd
Weight 26 kg
Raw feeding type Prey model
Age started on raw 8 weeks
Owner Aliana
Live Cape Town, South Africa

 

 

About Logan

Logan is doing great on raw. Our trainer was against it at first, but this past Sunday she told be how nice he was looking and that I must be doing something right. :-) He did have a few problems, but I don't think it is diet related. We discovered at 4 months he had an overshot jaw - as far as I know this is hereditary and can correct itself as the dog matures. If anything I think raw will help with this process. The other thing is that he had panosteitis (long bone disease)about a week ago. Again I read this is very common in my breed and usually a result of heavy dogs growing to fast. Whether diet and high protein foods have anything to do with it is still inconclusive. In any case it lasted about 3 days and then he was fine....without medication of any kind. It is possible the disease can come and go until the dog is 18 months old, hopefully it won't and is gone for good.

 

Logan eats:

Pray model.

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