I've based my diet off of the "Raw Meaty Bones" book by Australian Vet Tom Lonsdale. Here's a link to his site, if anyone is interested http://www.rawmeatybones.com/. He has two books, "Raw Meaty Bones", which outlines his journey to becoming an advocate for raw food (and gives instruction on how to do it), and "Works Wonders", which is a smaller book that just deals with the practicalities of feeding a raw food diet. I highly recommend both books, but if you are just looking for some guidance on how to move to a raw diet, "Works Wonders" will help you out.
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Check out the raw feeding community on Facebook if you have a chance.MrsPotato wrote: ↑Nov 13th, 2017 1:00 pmProtein from 3 different sources?
Yeah, that's false information.
I've never heard that one before.
As an example, my one Doberman only eats chicken.
Sometimes eggs but 99% diet is chicken, because it's the only protein he can process properly. It's also the only protein I can get reliably where I live. So it works to my advantage!
Severe gastric upset often sets the protein(s) given in a raw diet.
Allergies can definitely affect what is fed although usually it's chicken they are allergic to.