well thats fine if you are doing that but not everyone wants to feed RAW. I for one don't want to feed Raw. I don't think it's very good to feed my chihuahua raw meat. so I would rather stick to the regular dog food brands. and millions of other people feel the same as I do.
I posted this to people who actualy feed there dogs "dog food", and weren't sure what was safe to feed.
this thread wasn't ment for people to say what they feed their dogs and what diets their dogs are on. it was ment for people to check to see if their dog food is on the recall list.
I would apreciate it if this thread didn't get off subject.
Okay, so you don't think It's good to feed your chihuahua raw meat.. but you'd rather continue feeding it dog food that's no longer reliable. You could be poisoning your dog right now, because more food is added daily.
For future reference, don't be a sassy little brat. :D
Please do not believe that if you are feeding raw your dogs can not be effected by the melamine. Now that they have discovered that livestock and poultry have been feed tainted food, and that comsuming that meat can cause problems, this will effect those feeding raw diets as well.
He's your friend,your partner,your defender your dog.You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to worthy of such devotion
I was worried about that also......I mean how can you be sure if the RAW MEAT fed to dogs is ok? I mean with the whole MAD COW DISEASE scare a while back and now with the chickens and pigs being fed the tainted dog food, how can you be truely sure that the meat is safe?
I can understand all the frustration that this has brought to many families and their pets, not to mention heartache and anger. Though, the truth being told, you arn't really safe unless you are growing the food yourself or raising the animals for meat. With EVERYTHING from dog food, cat food, our food, baby food, etc. you may not be safe. Scary.
"The dog has seldom been successful in pulling man up to his level of sagacity, but man has frequently dragged the dog down to his."