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Sasha

20 Nov 2011

About Sasha
My name is John and I live with my wife Gillian in the North East of the UK near Newcastle.

sasha-2We have a 12 week old Russian Black Terrier and have fed her on raw since collecting her at 8 weeks.
This is the first time we have fed raw and are still finding our way but even at this short time we notice a difference in her.
When we got home we noticed a very strong smell on her and interestingly it was the same as the kibble we were given by the breeder. It was not a pleasant odour.
Within a week of feeding raw that smell had gone and she no longer had any bad breath, her coat is soft and lustrous and she is a lot less frantic.

There were no problems getting her to switch to raw and even with the addition of small portions of liver she has had no diarrhea. Early days of course!

We are very interested in how the correct diet may increase life expectancy, BRT's live to around 10years or so however I have heard of some raw fed in the US living until 14 with few problems until near the end.
There is also some opinion that a correct diet which prevents 'overgrowing' when young can help banish hip dyspepsia and this also interests me. I believe that a raw diet will provide all the proper nutrients but not so much that growth is accelerated causing problems later.

We are happy to provide you with any information to assist your study,

Kind regards,

 

Sasha eats:

Chicken quarters, Lamb Ribs, Lamb Heart, Liver (chicken and lamb), Turkey breast, Kidney.
Freeze dried natural fish skin treats(for the omega 3)
Freeze dried 100% venison strips as treats
This is all so far and we will introduce more as she gets older and more used to raw.

Mishka

03 May 2013

About Mishka

Mishka is arthritic but still thriving and Pasha has elbow displaysia but has been pain free for a year.  I was skeptical at first but it has made a difference. Mishka is on herbal medication for IBD and slow growing melanomas.

Mishka eats

Both are fed a mixture of raw meaty bones with some offal and muscle meats. The only supplement I give is something called Pet Plus which mimics what might be found in the guts of small wild animals such as rabbits.

Pasha

03 May 2013

About Pasha:
Mishka is arthritic but still thriving and Pasha has elbow displaysia but has been pain free for a year.  I was skeptical at first but it has made a difference. Mishka is on herbal medication for IBD and slow growing melanomas.

 

Pasha eats:

Both are fed a mixture of raw meaty bones with some offal and muscle meats. The only supplement I give is something called Pet Plus which mimics what might be found in the guts of small wild animals such as rabbits.

Disclaimer

Disclaimer: I'm not a medical professional and the advices I provide are based on 15 years of private research and personal experience with raw feeding and different natural remedies for keeping dogs cancer free. I always recommend seeing a professional veterinarian (preferable a holistic) if you suspect any health issues with your pet. 

I lost a dog to cancer and I was determined to never let that happen again, which is why I provide this information. Too many pets die from cancer and I know it can be prevented in most cases and many lives can be saved.

All I want in return is your story. I'm building an archive of success stories that will hopefully show other pet owners that there is a natural approach to beating and preventing cancer.

If you decide to follow what I suggest, you do this entirely at your own risk.

T.S.

 

 

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