Well, that went down an epic failure. No interest - none in the ground chicken wings, ground chicken breasts or pets mince (I preferred the pets mince from Raw necessities). Fudge is no longer interested in the raw mix I made so today I am picking up a small bag of Orijen to give that a go.
My dogs are going to be going on a part raw, part cooked, part kibble diet after all my research about the digestive system as well as what I have experienced for the last months watching my two boys I am going to be trying my "own brand of diet".
What I can say is that Fudge lost 1.2kgs over the time and Bailey 1.5kgs. Fudge looks fantastic and looks as though he has lost more weigh and his muscle tone also definitely improved, also their breath. Bailey to me actually looks podgier today and one hardly saw the weight loss on him. He has developed a pigmentation on his nose which basically looks like small spots of the black part has simply just lost their colour. I have absolutely no idea whether this is related to the diet but I am looking into it.
I know I have been promising alot of information in my posts, they are coming I swear. Things are dilly and monitoring the hounds with food and me hounding (pun intended) them to check when they go, how often they go and what comes out of them takes up a surprising amount of time. The BBnB has also been e
I am a chef, a nutritional consultant and a student of life but first and foremost I am the mother of two of the most amazing and beautiful Beagle boys (my opinion of course) and Solomon and Ariel my two fostered then adopted Beagle babes. Each with their own very special story and very special place in my heart.