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Feeding a Raw Diet Or Home Made Your Veterinarian May Not Understand Lab Values That My Be Different

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    Normal Blood Values And Raw Fed Dogs
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    Normal Blood Values And Raw Fed Dogs. Hematocrit. Hematocrit is the measurement of the percentage of red blood cells in whole blood. Decreased Hematocrit (anemia) can be caused by poor ... BUN. Blood Urea Nitrogen is a waste product derived from protein breakdown in …

    Dr. Jean Dodds' Pet Health Resource Blog | Raw Diets and ...
    Comparisons of bloodwork results were essentially the same for the raw and kibble diets with a few exceptions. Hematocrit – Higher in all raw diet fed groups. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) – Higher in all raw diet fed groups. Creatinine level – Only higher in one raw diet group. 5. Conclusion Dr. Wynn and I concluded that the normal blood ...

    Dr. Jean Dodds' Pet Health Resource Blog | UPDATED SECOND ...
    From this group, there were 87 dogs fed the classical BARF diet of Dr. Ian Billinghurst, 46 dogs were fed the Volhard diet of Wendy Volhard, and the remaining 94 dogs were fed other types of custom raw diets.

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