Questions are always a good place to start. Don't hesitate to ask any and all that come to mind!OK...so...if i go raw i have a question.
I think you may be mistaken for what the majority of raw feeders do. Initially you need to be very conscious of what you feed and how much. The transition is a series of hurdles that you must get through to make the switch a success. It must be broken down in the beginning for you to gain experience and knowledge on how your dog's systems work, no amount of any of us telling you will really show you...its something that you must experience for yourself.I have read where some people will toss the dogs a quarter, throw in some organs here and there and call it good. Some break it down (10% meat, 10% bone etc). I don't mind breakin it down, but I need to keep it kind of simple so the wife n kids can feed while I'm at work. So, do I need to break it down or do I just toss em a quarter?
i have a pug who used to gulp his food...nothing touched his teeth....it went in and down...Thank you for the responses....I can rest better...
Zeke doesn't chew anything. Even his kibble goes down in gulps. That was one of my concerns about possibly switching over to raw. I was worried about him choking.
I guess he dispelled that concern LOL.. I'm running out of reasons to stay on kibble.