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Thoughts on pre-minced raw food

What are your thoughts on this food:
https://www.naturaldogsdirect.co.uk/...ogfood/page/2/

They are local to me and follow 80:10:10 meatrgan:bone ratios in their complete minces

I want to feed some raw but just don’t have time to prepare it all myself and thought this could be a good option?

I would appreciate your thoughts and comments


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I like that they use human grade raw. The packages follow a correct ratio and it would be convenient for you to feed.

I buy 2 lb bags of minced turkey or chicken with bone in at my store. Offal comes in cubes as well as tripe is cubed. Tripe aids in digestion and my dogs have always liked the taste of it.

It looks worth giving it a try. I'm feeding mince right now because that's what Sugar was weaned on and he is still young. Coco never ate it once she was a puppy because she didn't seem to like the texture. She liked chunks and cubes of meat and bone.

Good luck. I love raw feeding and am so pleased that Sugar was weaned into it.
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This looks like a great source for you.
We buy our food packaged much the same, but we do not have all the choices.
We have a local game processing plant here and buy ours pkg'd in one pound
of free range game- venison, elk, bison and can request how much ground
bone or no bone at all added. This makes it soooo easy to feed my crew.
I do keep high quality organic kibble available because it is very difficult
to travel, camp or go the show circuit trying to feed the raw. But, all
other times they are on raw and my puppies are fed raw from the beginning as
well as my kittens.
Such a huge difference in every way!
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Brilliant I am really pleased it looks good to you guys!
Although a distinct lack of Elk and Bison in the UK


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That's ok. You do with what you have available. If I didn't have this source available
I think the task of feeding raw would just be too daunting and I doubt I could manage it.

I am one that resisted feeding raw or even trying because many of the preponents of raw
came across so militant that it made me withdraw from them and want to have nothing to
do with it.

When I was told about this particular plant near me, my comment was, where do they
get their game - is it road kill?
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Yeah I’m kinda the same!this place is local so I would be supporting a local business too


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