We have never had raw but we know of some that swear by it. Have a fabulous Friday.Best wishes Molly
Previous paws had raw for a while but didn't do her poop much good. Leah doesn't have raw and seems very happy with what she has (including tacos !)Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
We talked with our Vet, and he said the only way to keep the itches away from Laika is to give her prednison once in a while. She is mega allergic.
We mix and match and occasionally choose raw. Bocci loves it!
we do a half and half mainly because it use to be so hard to find dog food that didn't have chicken, duck or turkey in it ..which Reilly is allergic too. Thankfully these days there are more option but I still prefer to give my guys big old raw bones to gnaw on. They love beef rib especially - lots of meat on them but the bones are too hard to break or splinter
My Dads old German Shepard was fed raw ground steak slightly warmed as well as a grain free Kibble as she had allergies,help her quite a bit,xx Rachel
Dearest Edward and Lily thank you for the file and the salmon. I'm out of jail and there were pictures taken to be on display Monday. PS Thanks for cooking the salmon this Diva only eats things cooked...so we can't help with your question today.Hugs madi your bfff
A very limited ingredient kibble seemed to help Greta a lot. But Mom had decided that her allergies were mostly environmental - grass, pollens and suchhugsMr Bailey & Hazel
Well I do eat raw sometimes, but mum doesn't like it as the critters were usually alive and running around before I got to them!!
We don't have allergies (knock on wood) but Sojos makes doing raw easy!Your Pals,Murphy and Stanley
Honey the Great Dane (now over the Bridge) ate a raw diet and lived over 10 years. I believe that there are still links to her posts about her raw diet on her blog. Beyond that, I did enjoy Austin Towers' comment.
We don't eat a raw diet but we know many pups who do and they swear by it!Love ya lots♥Mitch and Molly
My BFF's allergies are mainly environmental, so it are not gonna help. We do eat a limited ingredient diet without da stuff she are allergic too.
We hoped that a raw diet would help Arty's allergies...but alas, his allergies are also environmental....We agree with Murphy and Stanley that Sojos does make eating raw easy...and Arty just loves them.Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
My Husky Isis and I are a Pet Partners therapy dog team and unfortunately they don't allow their therapy dogs to eat raw food/treats, so we haven't tried it. I didn't realize it could potentially help allergies, interesting.
I won't go back to kibble or home cooked for my dogs. This is the first time ever since I've had Nola she hasn't had seasonal allergies.
We are not convinced about a raw diet. We do believe that dogs originally never ate grains but that doesn't mean they need to eat raw. I have food allergies and I am doing fine on a limited ingredient grain free diet. Love Dolly
We too know that a lot of pups do the raw diet and love it. We have never tried it, but we do get the occasional raw bone or turkey neck. Yummers.Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning
Helpful ya on the information that has been conveyed
I have never had any eitherlovetweedles
Sorry guys...we haven't tried it...so we don't know! xo Chloe and LadyBug
We are thinking it is fine for those that want to have a raw diet, but it is also a fad like no carbs for people, or gluten free. It is not something everyone or every dog needs, but we are no experts. We have high quality food and are all quite healthy.
YES IT DOES!! Please feel free to point any RAW questions our way!!Mason
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