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  •  Yes. It needs to be vet approved at a *minimum*. (2+ / 0-)
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    enhydra lutris, grover

    Most people starting out are best served to just get a high quality pre-packaged supplement product (the are several good ones whether you're feeding cats or dogs) they can simply add to meat, be it raw or cooked, to cover all the minerals and amino acids.

    The other thing on-line is the raw food evangelistic purists.  I've seen some of those folks poo-poo the concerns of a woman who was feeding two cats a dog in a day care.

    "Oh, kids are tough, don't worry, they get exposed to worse at home" ect.

    It terrifies me not just that they could endanger rug rats, but because that kind of recklessness will eventually wind up given the whole raw/home cooked idea a bad name in the public eye.

    Raw perfectly balanced "frankenprey" probably is best all things concerned for most pets (baring health issues) - but healthy  properly supplemented cooked home made all meat food closely following a recipe produced by a veterinary nutritionist is like cooked fresh veggies for humans.

    As good as raw fresh veggies for humans?  Probably not.  1,000 times better than another box of CoCo Puffs?  You bet yer ass.

    Mr. Universe is a known degenerate Robotophile, and his sources include former Browncoat Traitors. What is their agenda in leaking top secret information about the Reavers and endangering us all?

    by JesseCW on Mon Jun 24, 2013 at 12:18:40 AM PDT

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