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The Dog's Dinner Revisited by Ann Ridyard

This is an ideal website for anyone new to raw feeding, especially those rearing puppies on a raw diet for the first time.

It is a comprehensive website with a straightforward guide to raw feeding. It explains why it is so important to raw feed for good health and how to feed a raw diet correctly.

Raw Feeding

Osketra dogs are fed a raw diet of meat and edible bones, it is the healthiest and most natural diet possible.

 Where possible we feed the prey model diet but we also feed chicken carcasses and wings, minced tripe, rabbit, beef, lamb, heart, fish and which are the main elements in the dog's diet.

The raw diet keeps the dogs lean and in excellent health with clean teeth and glossy coats.
It is also mentally stimulating and satisfying for the dog.

We feed what is seasonably available.
In the autumn and winter we feed a lot of game such as pheasant, duck, rabbit and venison sourced from our
local gamekeepers.

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Examples of meals that we feed our dogs, chicken carcass, green tripe, liver, egg all raw and easily digested.

Below is a whole chicken carcass with lamb hearts. Heart is a favourite.

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By the time the pups reach 8 weeks they have tried all types of raw meat. Minced chicken, minced rabbit, beef, lamb, fish, green tripe, beef and vension hearts, liver and kidneys, whole rabbits, lamb bones, venison bones, chicken carcasses and wings.

They are capable of eating raw meat and bones in any form, either minced or on the bone. New owners can then decide how they coud like to continue the diet, whether buying in bulk in the raw natural state or raw prepacked meals with added veg.

For those new to raw feeding we recommend Nutriment Raw.
Please click on Nutriment below to be taken to their website.

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