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helpful diet resources

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  • #1831

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    I recommend that anyone who is new to fresh food feeding do some reading (Kymythy Schultze’s book is a great place to start) and consider getting further support from others (on my site or from one of the following sites or lists):

    [url]http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rawfeeding/[/url]
    [url]http://rawfed.com/myths/index.html[/url]
    [url]http://rawfed.com/[/url]
    [url]http://www.RawFedDogs.net/[/url]
    [url]http://www.rawmeatybones.com/[/url]
    [url]http://www.rawlearning.com/[/url]

    Dr. Jeff

    #5866

    Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing Dr. Jeff. This would really help as I’ve been feeding my dogs with commercial dog food for several years and I wanted to make a switch this time by introducing healthier foods.

    #8874

    Anonymous

    I am always trying to get my rescue group friends to feed raw and organic. The same comment keeps coming up: I can’t afford it. Is there anyway to feed raw and organic that is affordable with someone on a limited budget?…or any ideas on at least incorporating it into the diet?

    #8880

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    Great question! In some cases, feeding raw is less expensive than feeding a commercial (and processed) food. This doesn’t even include the potential medication and vet bill savings.

    I usually advise starting with chicken quarters, backs, or other poultry parts that can be inexpensively incorporated into the diet (often for under a dollar a pound).

    Many markets sell less desirable cuts of beef, pork, etc. for very affordable prices.

    In addition, many pet stores and online sources will give rescue groups a discount (especially if they buy in bulk or are a 501c3).

    Unfortunately, affordable organic foods can be more difficult to find. The best bet usually is to befriend a local farmer or butcher that might even give away the less desirable cuts.

    There are also multiple affordable online sources (and mothers that deliver bulk orders to designated pickup spots).

    Dr. Jeff

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