Jeh-Fit, thanks for staring this thread.
I went to a place called Healthy Pet Pantry today. (they have a website) and they set me up with some frozen raw food, some freeze dried stuff and some canned stuff. It was Macallisters.
what I thought was funny is they have Rabbit burger patties and they were the most expensive which surprised me. So I asked and the man there said, “It’s hard to catch rabbits!”
and Sluicy! thanks for your info. I hadn’t even considered the dogs getting vegetable matter from the stomach or intestines of the animals they bring down.
so thanks again
Rabbit burger patties!
Seriously, good dog food is pretty tasty. All that exotic meat. We had all kinds of canned exotic game cat food at a place I used to work and dang, it was TASTY. Of course, cat food is very rich and fatty. But you probably could serve it as an hors- d’ouevre on crackers and nobody would know the difference! that would be funny… I think I’m gonna do it some time…
Sluicy you are awesome. I love that you tried the food!
The place was pretty cool They had 4 freezers in the place full of the meat.
I have already noticed a change in Zack’s coat. Softer and shinier. It was already shiny, but now it doesn’t seem so stiff.
I have a friend with a German shepherd/husky mix, and you know how their coats can be rather coarse… he is on a home-cooked diet with lots of locally raised meat, and his coat feels like puppy fur. Sleek and as soft as can be, almost like very thick-shafted mink fur. Coats are such a great indicator of health. I’m so glad you are doing good things for your dogs! You will not regret it and I’m glad I could help a little bit.