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Posted on 04/13/2004 4:39:44 PM PDT by blam
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A few months ago we switched our dogs from standard bags of dry dog food to a diet formulated by a local breeder/kennel. From their recipe, we mix up a daily batch consisting of boiled ground chicken, shredded carrots, active yogurt, protein powder (mostly fish meal), powdered shark cartilage, sunflower oil, Grape Nuts(tm), hard boiled eggs, a couple scoops of high-quality kibble, and enough beef or chicken broth to make it suitably moist.
The dogs go nuts over it, it's cheaper than premium kibble, and just in the six weeks or so they've been on it, their coats are very noticeably more smooth, soft, and shiny.
The German Shepherds at the breeder, which have been fed this diet all their lives, are so sleek and shiny that they practically glow in the dark, and are very muscular and *huge*, like Arnold Schwarzeneggers of the dog world.
The oldest paper ever found was discovered in the Tarim Basin, with the Caucasian mummies in China. I don't remember how old it was/is but, it had the extinct Indo-European language 'Tocharian' written on it.
My dog gets a serving of boiled chicken each day, in addition to her dry food. She'll eat cat sh** (or horse sh** if she gets the chance).
Dogs will just be dogs.
The hungriest person ever had to be the first one to try raw oysters!
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