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Is your pet eating a raw food diet?

Breakfast- 6 bananas

Lunch- 16 Medjool dates and 1 head celery

Dinner- 14 oz fresh carrot juice, Macadamia/Walnut pate(mac nuts, walnuts, red bell pepper, shredded carrot, onion, sun-dried tomatoes), 1 head Romaine lettuce

I have one pet, a goldfish, and I don't feed it raw food.  Every so often, I'll buy some live blood worms or brine shrimp but basically my goldfish is a cooked foodist!  However, when I have a warm blooded pet again, a dog or a cat, I think I'll go the raw pet food route with it.  There's a lot of information these days and people that do it are saying that their pets are very very healthy.  I'm finally beginning to hear about Veterinarians who also give it thumbs up.  Lisa Santiago has written a concise piece on raw pet food and a few Vets who approve.

Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2007 at 10:31AM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments4 Comments

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Greetings Stephen. When you say you have one head of romaine, do you eat it plain or with dressing? Thanks.

Tam
June 14, 2007 | Unregistered Commentertam
Greetings Stephen. When you say you have one head of romaine, do you eat it plain or with dressing? Thanks.

Tam
June 14, 2007 | Unregistered Commentertam
Hi Tam, I eat it plain. I hold the whole head of lettuce in my hands and bite in to it like a sandwich, bite after bite, until it's gone!
June 14, 2007 | Registered CommenterStephen Parker
I believe in the raw diet for dogs. Since you brought it up, there is an excellent book out called "Real Dogs Don't Eat Kibble!" You can get it at http://www.TheNaturallyHealthyDog.com. It is by Sandra Bailey and has great information in it. It has really helped me change my dogs over from commercial to raw food, and they are looking and acting so much younger. It has also taught me why the raw diet is better. Just thought you would like to know about a good resource.
June 15, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterEllen

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