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Dogmen lie, so do dogfood companies

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by Mr.Mr.203, Jan 11, 2016.

  1. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    I would add some green veggies to that list
     
  2. frogs

    frogs Big Dog

    Why cut the beef?
    Why add the greens?

    Any nutritional void is filled with the supplements provided.
     
  3. BOTP Kennels

    BOTP Kennels Big Dog

    Trust me I know bro lol
     
  4. CajunBoulette

    CajunBoulette CH Dog

    I sold crack once....fed all raw then

    Sent from my 306SH using Tapatalk
     
  5. BOTP Kennels

    BOTP Kennels Big Dog

    The supplements are good..but real vegetables have things and does things that the supplements can't to the digestive system, some vegetables have natural antioxidants, etc..
     
  6. BOTP Kennels

    BOTP Kennels Big Dog

    Lol from the kennel to the trap lmao
     
  7. frogs

    frogs Big Dog

    Bullshit.... Dog's only digest vegetables when liquefied anyway. So anyway, what I provide is more than adequate.
     
  8. frogs

    frogs Big Dog

    And veggies don't contain Cobalt. ;)
     
  9. BOTP Kennels

    BOTP Kennels Big Dog

    I'm not saying what your feeding isn't :adequate" bro..I'm just explaining what I've read before..check out the spring 2015 issue of the adba magazine and it explains the benefits of feeding vegetables and which veggies and fruits are good/bad for dogs..this lady had a great looking dog that was ch in conformation shows and said she was using veggies in her feeding program for decades..I'm pretty sure it's a fact that fresh vegetables contains things that your supplements doesnt..again not saying that your doing anything wrong..j
     
  10. Robertosilva

    Robertosilva CH Dog

    Lol at Purina suing Anybody for shit ingredients when their stuff is absolute shite, they spend all there money on marketing not ingredients.

    This is Purina Puppy Chow's ingredient list:

    Whole grain corn, corn gluten meal, chicken by-product meal, whole grain wheat, animal fat preserved with mixed-tocopherols (form of Vitamin E), soybean meal, brewers rice, meat and bone meal, barley, beef, sugar, propylene glycol, animal digest, fish oil, tricalcium phosphate, salt, phosphoric acid, dried yeast, sorbic acid (a preservative), potassium chloride, dried carrots, L-Lysine monohydrochloride, dried peas, calcium propionate (a preservative), choline chloride, added color (Red 40, Yellow 5, Blue 2), Vitamin E supplement, zinc sulfate, zinc proteinate, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, niacin, manganese proteinate, Vitamin A supplement, calcium carbonate, Vitamin B-12 supplement, DL-Methionine, calcium pantothenate, copper sulfate, copper proteinate, thiamine mononitrate, garlic oil, pyridoxine hydrochloride, riboflavin supplement, Vitamin D-3 supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of Vitamin K activity), calcium iodate, folic acid, biotin, sodium selenite.
    J-4037

    Amazing how many people on hunting forums here in the UK recommend shite food that starts off with cereals and meat and animal derivatives as the main ingredients and they swear by it for working dogs. May as well feed em corn flakes and macdonalds.
     
  11. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    Yes, TOTW is made by diamonds.
     
  12. Mkabayi

    Mkabayi Pup

    Raw remains the best and cheaper
     
  13. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    Man you can't tell a know-it-all nothing, cause they know-it-all... lol
     
  14. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    I didn't say "the beef"...lol I said the "ground beef".... you asked why, well because you got "beef" twice on YOUR list...lol
     
  15. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    So you're saying when a rabbit, squirrel etc.., eat veggies they turn liquefied, after digested? Hmmmm
     
  16. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    Exactly! Unless you feeding things you hound don't need...lol
     
  17. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    LOL, I get a good laugh reading all the know it alls comments haha.


    I fed raw for almost 3 straight years and I loved the results I was getting from it but had to go to kibble (Victor) a couple months ago. I like the results I'm seeing from it and the dogs look great and act great on it also.

    I better not have one person tell me it's cheaper to feed raw because that's not the the truth with everybody. I have to drive at least 30 minutes to get to Walmart and I drive an hour to get to any other stores that I was getting food from so with time and gas involved it was NOT cheaper.
     
  18. TROTLINE

    TROTLINE Top Dog

    When we had A big yard we just butchered A old pony. Takes A couple hrs. with two people, A great supplement and Lone Star we bought in bulk.
     
  19. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    Your comparing a herbivore to a carnivore. Ones system specializes in pulling nutrition from plants the others system specializes in pulling it from a meat source. Veggies for dogs should be pureed for maximum digestive benefit. Cali Jack actually wrote an article on this that was pretty well written.

    I also agree with treez, I have yet to feed my dogs cheaper on raw than on kibble. If you got a hook up on a bulk meat source then maybe but if not, it's not cheaper to fed raw. Been trying to do it for years and it's always more expensive and time consuming. Maybe if you only have 1 or 2 dogs it might be cheaper but if you have more than that and no hook up on bulk meat, your paying about the same or a little more to feed raw as it would be to feed kibble. Take into consideration time spent preparing meals and running around looking for deals and it's now more expensive to feed raw.
     
  20. Mr.Mr.203

    Mr.Mr.203 AKA ladybug

    It may not be cheaper "if", you add commute time... but "if" you just compare the kibble to raw, raw is cheaper (as low as 1.10 per lb), "if" you're feeding a quality fed.. .ijs
     

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