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New Zealand Dog Diet Study

Discussion in 'Doberman Health and News Articles' started by WiglWerm, Mar 17, 2017.

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    Yes, I have seen some of his video's AWESOME!!!
     
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    Looking forward to the Dog Cancer Survival Series!
     
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    While I am happy to see dogs doing well on raw, I'm not convinced it is kibble that is the root of the problem. More than likely IMO, the problems are more a product of what we are doing to all our food to make it easier and cheaper to produce.
    Because of some of Greta's problems and the fact that that I wanted the best for both my dogs, we tried a raw diet. Greta did okay but I did not see any amazing results. Drake did very poorly and was actually in the worst shape of his life. He actually got an infection from the bacteria found in meat.
    I think we as consumers should demand less manipulation of our food and higher quality kibble.
    For those that feed raw with success, I say good for you. Me, I will stick with quality kibble for a number of reasons.
     
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    Just watched Pet Fooled...eye opening to say the least!
     
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    Damn haven't had time to watch it!!!!!!!!!!
    Where did you rent it from??
     
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    Amazon instant video 4.99
     
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    This information is not OPINION, these are scientific studies done by leading Veterinarians as well as Physicians. Fact is fact.
     

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