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    Thanks so much for researching him Karlin - as you say, it is rather a stretch to saying he has a PhD. Bit concerning really...


    Not sure whether to pay out for the book

    I must admit it's the raw religion crowd who have put me off to some degree!! but I really do want to do something with the doglets' diet, esp. as TedBear is not a great eater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki
    Thanks so much for researching him Karlin - as you say, it is rather a stretch to saying he has a PhD. Bit concerning really...


    Not sure whether to pay out for the book

    I must admit it's the raw religion crowd who have put me off to some degree!! but I really do want to do something with the doglets' diet, esp. as TedBear is not a great eater.
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    Send Tedbear over here to me, and I will gladly give him all the
    chicken necks his little heart desires.

    I will look for my book.

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    I think bringing in some raw is a great idea.

    That guy seems to do a pretty good overview of existing arguments in some of his publications/articles, but as there are so few studies on feeding raw, I am wondering what it is he is using to weigh up evidence?

    I suppose regarding raw chicken, I'd be keeping an eye on what happens regarding bird flu too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karlin
    I suppose regarding raw chicken, I'd be keeping an eye on what happens regarding bird flu too.
    icon_yikes I always did have a great sense of timing icon_yikes


    Lulu, you're not getting him away from me that easily
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    I did manage to get some backs yesterday - they weren't the same as the ones I'd seen before, these have more meat on them



    Hope no-one will be offended by the photo!

    I thought they were quite reasonable, two backs with four wings included for 70 pence. I split the backs roughly in half, but they will have the wings as a separate meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki
    Quote Originally Posted by karlin
    I suppose regarding raw chicken, I'd be keeping an eye on what happens regarding bird flu too.
    icon_yikes I always did have a great sense of timing icon_yikes




    Lulu, you're not getting him away from me that easily

    That is why you should send him over here, cause I have had my necks
    in the freezer for a little while. icon_yikes icon_yikes icon_yikes
    No chance of him getting bird flu. icon_banana icon_banana icon_banana

    Let me know when he is coming.

    Come on Nikki, be a sport.
    Get in the icon_drivingcar icon_drivingcar and get him to that airport.

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    Wow those are MEATY backs! That is basically the whole chicken body half except the breast/legs/wings isn't it? My guys would go nuts for those. I'd give half of one of those pieces (just as you are doing) for a meal -- that would be a nice meaty meal. Mine will take two or three wings for a meal. I tried them on whole wings following all this discussion -- they actually both ate them fairly slowly so I feel more confidence trying wings again.
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    ROFLOL @ Lulu - he couldn't "bear" to be parted from me

    Karlin, I try not to look too closely, I'm a vegetarian, so it's all rather difficult LOL

    I'm glad your two are back on the whole wings - I think if I split Rupert's up, he would then swallow them whole.
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    BTW very nice food styling in that pic, Nicki -- I like the pieces surrounded by dogs of different breeds.
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    LOL Karlin, it was a present from a friend, one of those glass ones...

    There is a Cavalier at the top, you can just see the head peaking up next to the GSD - very bad arranging, should have left him visible
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