Letters November 2009 Issue

How Whole Dog Journal Helps

Health, behavior, and adoption tips for motivated owners.

Please remember to mention rescue groups for people looking for specific breeds. We love Newfoundlands, and are celebrating the one-year anniversary of our adoption of Terra, a brown Newfie we rescued. Terra was very stressed by the move and I wasn’t really planning on preparing another BARF (bones and raw food) diet. She doesn’t like kibble, though, so here we are again. BARF diets are a little hard to get started, but once you get a system, they’re not bad. The hardest thing for me is getting enough fresh chicken necks, since my usual grocery store doesn’t stock them, so I have to make a special trip to a different store, but I think it’s a lot cheaper than buying the prepared meat meals.

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