We apologize for not posting in the last few days!
We’ve been super busy with moving, vet appts, doctor appts etc etc.
But even with all that we’re still out here working dogs!!💪🏽💪🏽
Here’s a shout out to the delicious dinner the pups had last night!!!
• beef fat
• ground pork
• chicken egg with shell
Strix and Longmire did not get garlic as it’s not recommended to use until 6mo to a year of age due to red blood cell production.
Longmire got two chicken leg quarters, as he is just being switched to raw!
When introducing a dog to raw, we stick with chicken leg quarters for the first week to two weeks. It’s not a super rich meat and it has a high bone content to help with the adjustment and reduce the amount of stomach upset/diarrhea they can experience when first transitioning. We personally choose to switch our dogs over cold turkey to raw, whereas some ease them into it with a mixture of kibble and raw.
It’s especially important with puppies on raw to insure they receive enough bone in their meals, as the calcium is essential for bone growth development.
Once we feel the dog is comfortable with the chicken leg quarters, well add in a boneless meat, such as beef. Slightly richer and no bone content directly from the beef but still from the chicken leg quarters. After this well usually add in some organ to ensure adjustment to that as well.
Our dogs also get a vitamin E supplement to ensure proper balance with the omegas in the fresh fish!
Here’s a great link explaining the benefits of garlic for dogs!
Thank you so so much for all the lovely congratulations yesterday 🥰 Unfortunately, since Aisha's birthday was on a Monday, #MontyMontay had to be cancelled 🙈 But as you can see, Monty enjoyed his day off to the fullest and had a really good time 💆♂️💕 .
Of course Monty neither drank hot chocolate nor ate marshmallows ☝️