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Discussion in 'Raw Feeding' started by Christina2807, Nov 27, 2019.

  1. Christina2807

    Christina2807 Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    So after loads of research we have order 5kgs of NI puppy raw food to start our puppy on this. She is 5 1/2 months old and started to have a reaction to her kibble.
    We had been thinking about feeding raw for some time now and decided this is the best time to change.

    Rather nervous on if she will like it and how she will react to it. She does eat everything we have ever given her so hope this continues.

    Anyone else feeding this to their puppies? Any hints or tips are greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Debs

    Debs Registered Users

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    She will love it! No need to ween off the kibble, just swap over. My pup has been on raw since 10 weeks old.
     
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  3. Christina2807

    Christina2807 Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    We didn't wean and just went for it and never looked back! She loves it and is so much happier now.
     
  4. AlphaDog

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    Been feeding raw for over nearly 4 years. You don't need to transition. There may be a poo adjustment at first but should right itself quickly. If not, she may have an intolerance to one of your ingredients. Ours was chicken even though turkey is ok. Go figure. Just make sure you get the right combo, incl ofal, and mix it up once in a while with fish (tilapia is excellent), rabbit, duck, etc. Bone is very important for calcium and clean white teeth. We use pork necks which where I'm at is cheap. 10 days of bones for $6.
     
  5. Christina2807

    Christina2807 Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    Thanks AlphaDog, we are using Natural Instinct Puppy and she is now thriving off of it. Not looked back!
     

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