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This is one of Leif's many polls. And for the record, Max does not drink soda, sugar drinks or energy drinks....that I know of
"Some days you're the dog, some days you're the hydrant."
~Jenn and Leif
I feed raw food, but checked 'other' for the yogurt/kefir and garlic they get.
Sharon with her golden crew Faelan, Towhee and Brady
Running on silent paws beside me now and forever King , Rowdy and Casey
Don't practice until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong
I put "other" since if Ranger had his choice, he'd eat all the options! He's particularly fond of creamy alcoholic beverages like Baileys or Kahlua and he drools if he sees/hears opens a caramilk cooler. It's the ONLY thing that makes him drool!
Ranger's regular meals are raw pieces of meat. Pork heart, lung, tongue, shanks. Lamb shoulder. Beef hearts, ribs, oxtail, green beef tripe (his fav). Whole fish. Whole partridges or cornish game hens. Chicken quarters, wing trimmings when I make homemade wings, once a whole chicken. Oh, and of course chicken feet. Duck gizzards and hearts. Venison. Llama. All that good stuff! Here's Ranger about to enjoy his first chicken foot ever (yes, he was so excited he went cross eyed).
If you look REALLY close, you'll see the chicken foot has NAILS.
"I just wanna laugh and love...I just wanna live it up!"
Member of the "Crazy 4 Collars Clique"
Want to see the menu of a raw fed dog? Check out my blog!
raw diet here... so its easier to mark what they don't get rather than what they do get
Shalva and the Milbrose Retrievers and Irish Wolfhound
I only checked on food without thinking, but my girls only drink sparkling water - sometimes right out of the toilet, if we're not watching!
LOL @ Energy Drinks I can't even imagine Cash on a Energy drink if only I could bottle it from where ever he gets it.
Mattiaci's Orange Blossom Special
"Every boy should have two things: a dog, and a mother willing to let him have one" ~ Anonymous