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BARF diet for dogs

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2007/06/10 14:21:57 (permalink)

BARF diet for dogs

does anyone no of any good BARF book i can get to learn more about BARF?
also is there any good dog forums? iv tried to register with a few but i still can get on the sites???


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does your raw meat have to come from a butchers or can you use the pre packed or frozed meat fom supermarkets?

s it ok to rap freshh meat in cling film then put it in the fridge till its used? do you need to wear sterile gloves when handling meat?
post edited by stone14 - 2007/06/10 14:35:33

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    RE: BARF diet for dogs 2007/06/10 15:39:26 (permalink)
    I give my puppy raw chicken carcasses and dried puppy food. The combination seems perfect for her. The carcasses are free from the local butcher, who'd only be throwing them out.

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    RE: BARF diet for dogs 2007/06/10 16:04:06 (permalink)
    Never heard of this. why do you want to give him/her only raw meat?
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    RE: BARF diet for dogs 2007/06/10 16:13:14 (permalink)
    its a proper diet for a dog it suposed to be one of the best so ive heard

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    RE: BARF diet for dogs 2007/06/10 16:32:15 (permalink)
    Thanks, I'll have a good read up. My dog would love me if I gave him REAL meat every night. Must get a bit expensive though.
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