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Homemade Pet Food

June 14, 2010 // Canine, Feline
homemade
Homemade Is More Important Than You Think
At Bridger Animal Nutrition, we can’t think of anything more important for your dog’s health than what you feed them.
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Bone Meal

June 14, 2010 // Canine, Recipes, Feline
Bone Meal
If you're a raw feeder yo understand the importance of balancing Ca to Ph. When raw meaty bones or ground bones are not available, bone meal makes for a convenient substitute.
Bone Meal provides the closest mimic to the balance of the ancestral diet








providing both Calcium & Phosphorus.
Here's how to apply it.
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Feeding Fish

June 5, 2010 // Canine
sardine

Small raw fish are my favorite easily available whole prey food.  They contain a wealth of nutrients as your dog eats the brain, eyes, organs, thyroid, stomach, bones, muscles and much more.

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Simple Changes in Diet for Improvemnt

April 21, 2010 // Canine
eating made better
Pet parents often ask me how they can improve their pets diet. (My answer is similar to what I’d say to them for their own diet.) Here’s my list of the best changes you can make for your pets. One or all... 'cause some change is better than no change! 
-Libby
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Pie Chart

June 20, 2009 // Canine, Recipes
pie chart
A Raw diet is made up of components.
The components of a diet are 1) Muscle meats 2) Bone  3) Organs 4)Vegie/fruit/herbs
If you'd like to create your own raw or homemade diet for your dogs use this simple pie chart to help you visualize the goal with the 4 primary components  and keep these 2 practices in mind each day:
1) Balance over time 
2) watch your Calcium to Phosphorus ratio
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