Any commercial pet food will be packed with fruits and veggies that hold zero nutritional value. They are cheap. Meat is expensive. Even the pet food companies who care about pets, care about their bottom line even more. Also, they act as a binding agent to hold those little processed nuggets together.Thank you. I guess I did not realize that veggies were of little importance. I was really concerned about this. Have been feeding my dog Honest Kitchen's Embark and there are a lot of veggies in this...guess that's where I got the idea.
or think about being in a Reebok add "I Am What I Am". In other words, "I'm a carnivore... Feed Me Like One!:biggrin:About the only transition we did was to feed a slightly smaller evening kibble meal the night before. In the pups case it was a smaller meal, cause thats all there was. Thought it would be just for the weekend and then start up again the following weekend full on after that. Well that was a joke after watching them eat the first meal.
Started with chicken quarters(as they are cheap here) skinless, have added back in the skin, turkey, mackeral and just started pork.
Think of yourself as being in a NIKE ad "just do it".:biggrin:
Why would I want to up my post count? It's not like I'd get a gold medal or anything:biggrin:Do you post for the sake of giving advice, or upping your post count, out of curiosity?
In a copy 7 paste manner. You have the same exact post on here in like 5 different places, and continue to give poor advice, as well as posting a new post to add info to a previous post rather than using the edit feature.Why would I want to up my post count? It's not like I'd get a gold medal or anything:biggrin:
I'm just trying to contribute to the conversation. I give a very fair amount of advice in most of my posts. :smile:
First of all, the reason I've copy and pasted the same advice several times, is because a lot of newcomers to this forum ask similar questions. No sense explaining the same thing twice.In a copy 7 paste manner. You have the same exact post on here in like 5 different places, and continue to give poor advice, as well as posting a new post to add info to a previous post rather than using the edit feature.
Just sayin'. Nothing personal. I've just never seen someone come on and copy and paste the same message over and over, or give advice they aren't even sure of.
I have only seen you give "poor" advice a few times....like posting up about giving a dog fed a PMR diet canned pumpkin for diarrhea when just making the switch. Or the time when you said to add boiled cabbage to a dogs diet to add bulk because they were worried about their dog being hungry and not being "full."Second of all, I don't really appreciate you saying that I give poor advice. How do I give poor advice? Is it just because I give people multiple options rather than advising them to feed raw and raw only. Some people flat won't feed raw, so why not give them some alternatives? I'd love you to let me know where I came some "poor advice". I always try to give options, and not just the "best option", because the "best option" doesn't always work out for everyone for whatever reason.
One often gives too many options. Giving too many can be more confusing than helpful. I suggest giving the best option and stop until the OP posts again indicating that option won't work for them. THEN and only then give the 2nd best option, etc.I always try to give options, and not just the "best option", because the "best option" doesn't always work out for everyone for whatever reason.