Vodafone 858 Smart

July 1st, 2011


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1 komentaras to “Vodafone 858 Smart”

  1. Rio says:

    If you don’t want to give him raw meat, you can prepare a home made dog food with cooekd meat. You need to make sure you have a mix of muscle meats with organ meats, with your organ meats (such as liver) being about 10%. I currently prepare a mix of chicken for my dogs: skinned boneless breast meat, whole thighs, gizzards, and liver. I boil them together, then pull out the meat and cut it into chunks. Avoid too high a percentage of liver it can cause diarrhea and could also build up vitamin A levels too high.You mention vitamins and minerals. The one essential mineral you must add to a home made diet is calcium. You can google for an answer to how much calcium to give, but the average that I have seen is approximately 900mg calcium to each pound of meat you give. Adding bone meal powder for the calcium content is a little controversial. Some people recommend ground eggshells, and some recommend adding some occasional yogurt. I’m about to try a seaweed based calcium (see link below). If you want to give additional vitamins, you can buy a bottle of dog vitamins, crush up his serving and mix it in his food.Dogs do not need carbs, but a lot of websites that talk about home made dog food recommend adding carbs, to include white rice, oatmeal, leafy greens, green beans, and some varieties of fruit. Adding carbs is not essential, and is usually done to keep costs down (rice if much cheaper than meat and create more obvious filling). I add a small amount of veggies to my mix, mostly to add a little bit of fiber to keep the stools in good shape and avoid constipation. Be careful with adding veggies: some (to include onion and nightshade veggies) are toxic to dogs.Switching to a high meat-based diet can cause some runny stools to start, but after a few days he should adapt fine and develop normal stools.And there will be plenty of people who recommend to just buy a quality commercial dog food. That is much harder to do than it sounds. You are almost certainly not going to find a quality dog food in grocery stores. My local grocers (Kroger, Food Lion, WalMart) carry only junk pet food, and I can’t bring myself to buy any of it. Want some unbiased ratings of commergial dog foods? Go the the Dog Food Advisor website. Lots of useful information there.

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