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   Seemed like ages since Jerry and his sidekick, George, visited our store. His dog had a repertoire of tricks that even the my cousin the magician, aka The Great Shandor, would envy. I stood in awe of Jerry's dog-training ability, it was like he could teach George anything. The only problem was that Jerry the dog-owner had this huge blind spot when it came to feeding George. True, he fed his pet a raw diet...and everything else under the sun. Pasta, pie, bagels, knishes - if it was edible, he fed it to George.  Needless to say, it...

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  A picky-eating cat or dog has to be one of the most annoying things about pet ownership. It's hard to fathom that your dog that ate that moldy bit of pizza off the street, or your cat that ate a mole, turned up their snout at a bowl of food, particularly if they're getting the good stuff. But hey, it happens to the best of us. And while I'd like to tell you that it's a behavior thing, who really knows? Maybe there's an enzyme in the turkey that doesn't agree with him, or he doesn't like the smell...

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  I believe that each type of protein meat in a raw diet for cats and dogs has its own unique role. I think red meat is the most biologically appropriate food for dogs, so I like to use it as the core protein meat of their diets. Then I'll add some chicken to balance the meal so it won't be too rich.  Cats however are more fish and foul eaters, so using chicken as a core protein is perfectly fine. One thing you should take note of though, is that most of the chicken products include skin and crushed bone. Consequently it's...

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