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Gwyn Diddally <[log in to unmask]>
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Farm Collie Breed Conservancy and Restoration <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 21 Jul 2005 01:13:24 -0400
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I'm feeding Pedigree until it runs out, then I think I'd like to try this
FRR.  It sounds much nicer.

And since two members have talked about feeding chicken parts, I'd like to
ask about something I've seen only once on a website.  Is it true that
cooking chicken parts is what makes the bones liable to hurt the dog
internally?  I've always heard my whole life not to feed chicken bones
because the shards can pierce the gut, and that site was the first I've
heard otherwise.  It makes sense to me, since Alaskan wolves will eat a
grouse if they can get it and THEY obviously don't get hurt, but my husband
remains unconvinced.

Merry

>  I am feeding more like 1 1/2 to two per dog per day.  But I also feed
>chicken parts too occasionally (in place of a FRR meal) like Rini.  Not as
>often as I'd like. I can't seem to find it as inexpensively here.
>dotty
>>My dogs eat 1 cup a day, Cassie is 45 pounds and Cody is 52 pounds.

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