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Post  GracieNEmma on 6/27/2011, 10:49 am

Does anyone know of other premade raw dog foods? I know of Nature's Variety and Stella and Chewy's but I know that are a couple more out there.

Gracie is having a terrible time with allergies. I thought she was getting better but I had to take her back to the vet on Friday. My vet thinks it's environmental but we are taking chicken, beef and pork out of her diet as a trial to see if we notice anything.

Those that do feed raw, what do you use for organ meat? I've always used beef liver or kidney but can't now. Any suggestions on what else I could use that isn't beef, pork or chicken?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Post  Tyson&LuLu'sMom on 6/27/2011, 10:53 am

I know Bravo is another brand.
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Post  GracieNEmma on 6/27/2011, 11:35 am

I just called a local meat market here and they are willing to grind meat and bone for me, which is a relief. I didn't think they would grind it for me and my grinder can't handle lamb, duck, etc. so I'm happy they'll do it for me. And they are reasonably priced too. Still cheaper then if I bought the pre-made food. So, I think I'm going to do that. Thanks for the reply, I appreciate it!!

Oh, and for those that maybe do want to know of others, I did find a few more online:
Primal, BARF, and Oma's Pride. Oma's Pride looks pretty good and they sell ground up duck neck with bone and lamb with bone, which was my main concern and they are pretty well priced too.

Thanks everyone!!
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Post  Tyson&LuLu'sMom on 6/27/2011, 11:41 am

GracieNEmma wrote:I just called a local meat market here and they are willing to grind meat and bone for me, which is a relief. I didn't think they would grind it for me and my grinder can't handle lamb, duck, etc. so I'm happy they'll do it for me. And they are reasonably priced too. Still cheaper then if I bought the pre-made food. So, I think I'm going to do that. Thanks for the reply, I appreciate it!!

Oh, and for those that maybe do want to know of others, I did find a few more online:
Primal, BARF, and Oma's Pride. Oma's Pride looks pretty good and they sell ground up duck neck with bone and lamb with bone, which was my main concern and they are pretty well priced too.

Thanks everyone!!

Glad to hear you have a solution!!
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Post  Not Afraid on 6/27/2011, 2:02 pm

I usually rotate between Primal, Nature's Variety and Stella and Chewey's. Between those 3 I can get a variety of protein sources. I also feed HK every few days of so (when I'm going to be around to be the poop monitor).

Two decent sites for reviewing raw dog foods are:
Dogaware.com
and
Dog Food Advisor

(Although I don't know if these site have any affiliations with brands.)
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Post  Renee on 6/27/2011, 2:03 pm

Lisa, I love dogaware - especially for raw feeding. Very, very informative and clear. Easy to follow instructions and explanations.
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Post  agilepug on 6/28/2011, 7:39 am

You would need to have it shipped, but when I buy pre-made raw I order from a place for paws. We get rabbit from them.
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Post  CSollers on 7/14/2011, 12:31 pm

Check out K-9 Kravings, Minni loves it. The have multiple formulations so you can omit the proteins in question.
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