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Another couple of Mia (all from my X100, which doesn't really focus quick enough to keep up with a GSD or 2yr old)

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Aug 17, 2015 11:07 |  #3318

Finally grabbed my gear from work (1DX and 70-200) and visited Mum and Dad (and Mia)

seems Mia can outrun the AF on a 1DX, once she got within 6-7 metres, it couldn't keep up

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Aug 18, 2015 18:12 |  #3319

Freya likes to ride,,Birthmark on the tongue.;-)a


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Aug 19, 2015 19:18 as a reply to  @ Strauss's post |  #3320

Beautiful dog. Love his mask.


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Sep 30, 2015 20:24 |  #3324

HELP PLEASE!

My Zeus has been scratching everywhere and while we think its food allergy, changing food has not helped...

Over a year ago he was in a bad deteriorating way until we stopped giving him chicken, but now we are miffed as to why all the scratching.

Aside from chicken - what are some other food allergens or issues that cause scratching?

Thanks! Meanwhile, here is one from today ~


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Oct 01, 2015 01:15 |  #3325

Will are you feeding Zeus raw or kibbles


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Oct 01, 2015 03:23 |  #3326

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Will are you feeding Zeus raw or kibbles

2 cups kibble and some human food like 1/2 tin of sardines, sweet potato, salmon, tuna, beans, etc.

As of yesterday no kibble for a while, now beans and rice or sweet potato, whatever he will eat because he gets bored with rice and sweet potato so does not eat it.

He was on raw when we got him but kept getting the runs


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Oct 05, 2015 21:32 |  #3327

Quite natural when dog initially goes raw to have loose stools

If you decide to go raw, make the transition slowly, kibbles with a little raw until the transition is tolerable.
There was a study by Dr Weston A Price, it took 6 generations of raw to bring back a cat's bloodline to optimal health
Green Tripe is a very good source for feeding raw, smells like hell, but it has lots of beneficial bacteria..
I get fresh in 30lb can, pack it into 1 lb zip locks and freeze. One per meal, you can add kibbles if you like. Bones, raw eggs, and fresh raw cow milk.. are also fed
I have a organic grass-fed farm. We also have ground beef with bones ground as well in it, and ground chicken with bones ground . Good Luck

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Oct 05, 2015 22:08 |  #3328

Bianchi wrote in post #17734495 (external link)
Quite natural when dog initially goes raw to have loose stools

If you decide to go raw, make the transition slowly, kibbles with a little raw until the transition is tolerable.
There was a study by Dr Weston A Price, it took 6 generations of raw to bring back a cat's bloodline to optimal health
Green Tripe is a very good source for feeding raw, smells like hell, but it has lots of beneficial bacteria..
I get fresh in 30lb can, pack it into 1 lb zip locks and freeze. One per meal, you can add kibbles if you like. Bones, raw eggs, and fresh raw cow milk.. are also fed
I have a organic grass-fed farm. We also have ground beef with bones ground as well in it, and ground chicken with bones ground . Good Luck


Thank-you - we gave him raw for several months and he lost interest. We won't feed him chicken since he is allergic (essentialy the #1 typical allergy for GSH) - and beef is the #2 typical allergen for German Shepherds, according to our info.

We are systematically removing foods to see how he responds as far as itchy skin goes. Most recently stopping his premium treats... still itching but 'maybe' not as bad...

Thanks for the reply and effort ~

P.S. I'm a believer in raw - dogs are canines and carnivores and raw meat should be 80% of their diet in my mind. He really has been seeking certain 'dirt' (digs and eats it in certain spots - you know how sensitive their nose is) so we figure its what he feels he needs.


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Thank-you - we gave him raw for several months and he lost interest. We won't feed him chicken since he is allergic (essentialy the #1 typical allergy for GSH) - and beef is the #2 typical allergen for German Shepherds, according to our info.

We are systematically removing foods to see how he responds as far as itchy skin goes. Most recently stopping his premium treats... still itching but 'maybe' not as bad...

Thanks for the reply and effort ~

P.S. I'm a believer in raw - dogs are canines and carnivores and raw meat should be 80% of their diet in my mind. He really has been seeking certain 'dirt' (digs and eats it in certain spots - you know how sensitive their nose is) so we figure its what he feels he needs.


Your welcome Will

Digging in the dirt and eating is for mineral absorption, may need some micro nutrients to balance the system. A blood test may reveal if he's lacking certain micro's

I have seen our dogs on the farm from time to time, eat chicken manure and cow dung with no side effects They get beneficial bacteria from that. Dogs instinctually know what they need, unlike us humans. Just like when you see them eat grass to regurgitate.

Good luck Will, let us know how he progresses.


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