All my articles, as you call them, are written by myself, I'm even allowed real pencils now! This article was written a couple of years ago and has been posted a couple of times before, hence the comment about it being a little out of date, and so unlikely with you in mind. Perhaps I seem to reply to many of your posts as they are questionable or perhaps it’s a little paranoia?
That statement doesn't make a deal of sense, sugar is biologically appropriate but hardly an ideal diet lol..
100% Raw every time, its a biologically appropriate diet for dogs, its as simple as that. http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
this is a little out of date but gives the basics.
those keen on all things “natural” in a “Disney” type way may well suit their sensibilities but in the real world then it is hard to see any real purpose or reason to such a restrictive regime. It is supported with an almost evangelical following that seems to breach no dissent but has no real science to back it beyond the all things natural brigade.
Oh hello sandymere http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Is this an article written by your self with more slightly derogatory undertones, trying to discredit what i post again!
I am afraid my view is the opposite to yours, and raw food is my first choice and in my opinion far superior to your belief that feeding a mixture of complete and everything else is better, But i know you know that as you have been 'trolling' my post for long enough http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
I wont bother pointing out 'why' I don't agree with you or point out your short comings again, as it really is quite boring and has been done to death by myself and many other people http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
But there seem to be a large volume of people who have seen a huge benefit to there dogs condition by swapping to feeding a raw diet. But obviously there is not a suitable study or paper which will ever convince the blinkered.
I’m sure many see an improvement with dietary change much as all those that see such improvement using homeopathy. I’m my experience so far most who advocate the raw only diet base their choices on some very dodgy web sites such as the raw food myths one which if not actually written in crayon certainly reads like it should be. I just like to add a little real science into the mix so there can be a balanced view.
I have never visited a RAW/BARF website or bought a book. Everyone that sees my dogs comments on how fit they look and how shiny their coats are. I fed raw based on my experience working with wild animals and keeping dogs for nearly all of my 30 years.
Not one person I know would argue that ready meals bought from supermarkets are anywhere near as healthy as quality home prepared from scratch meals. Dry and tinned dog food are essentially massed produced convenience foods.
Personally I like to know exactly what is in the food my dogs eat just as I like to know what is in the food my family and I eat.
My current dogs have never eaten dry food at all and they never will.