Features April 2012 Issue

Improving Upon Your Homemade Raw Dog Food Recipes

Bill and Marin Corby’s Cockapoos, Max (left) and Mickey, are thriving on their home-prepared diet, which includes a healthy variety of raw meats and other foods.

Improving Upon Your Homemade Raw Dog Food Recipes

A varied raw food diet helps these dogs thrive.

Bill and Marin Corby of Romeo, Michigan, feed a homemade dog food diet to their two rescued Cockapoos. Max, estimated to be anywhere from 6 to 9 years old, has been with them for three and a half years. Max weighed 32 pounds when first adopted, but his current weight is a healthy 20 pounds. Mickey was four months old and very sick when they first brought him home, as he had problems digesting his food. The Corbys switched Mickey to a raw dog food diet, and he’s now thriving at 20 months of age and 16½ pounds.

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