I’ve kept chicken away from Boone for years, thinking it may be a problem ingredient for him (he used to get frequent ear infections). What is the thinking about raw chicken, as in raw Darwins, for a dog who doesn’t eat chicken kibble? Is it possible it won’t bother his ears? We do not get the free range Darwins, that’s above our means, we get the zoologics
thanks!Hound Dog MomParticipant
I’ve heard many stories of dogs reacting to a particular cooked protein but not reacting when that same protein is eaten raw, so it would be worth a try.InkedMarieMember
Thats what I’m hoping, HDM. We’d like to buy 100 pounds of Darwins when we get income tax back; if I get more chicken than anything else, it would make the price better. Ginger can eat it and it’d be nice if Boone could, too. I’m not giving our new gal any Darwins. I still don’t know what caused her to be bound up but she had had Darwins for a few days before it happened. I am just starting to add some Bravo Balance to her meals, to get her used to that.
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