|Posted on February 17, 2013 at 6:15 PM||comments (0)|
Thinking about natural feeding, we switched food again to raw chicken & veggies. Additionally I feed a little salmon oil as "brain food". Salmon oil also brings out the black pigments in a dog's coat. I believe variety is key in everyone's diet and allows a healthy development. As a special Sunday treat the dogs each got a raw elk bone with meat and marrow. Bones are great for gnawing and cleaning teeth. They never last long. Willi does eat the meat and the marrow and leaves the bone for play time. Gila often eats the entire bone. As you can see, the molars in the back of a Willi's mouth scalp the meat off the bone. These teeth look like tiny mountains and are really sharp. No rawhide can supplement a real bone; rawhide is much to soft to allow that natural "bone experience". So, treat your dog to a raw bone every now and then!
|Posted on January 1, 2013 at 6:05 PM||comments (0)|