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Lately I've had a change of mind about not just my dog's feeding schedule, but for most dogs. You see, I used to be a proponent of once-a-day feeding - but not necessarily anymore. My thought process used to be: if the dog eats his raw meal in the morning, he will have to urinate and go to bed with an empty bladder. Keep in mind that a raw diet is something like 70% + water (like the human body), so raw-fed dogs urinate regularly...(to say the least). Then there was my second point: giving a dog 2 meals a...

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One of the most popular raw-feeding FAQs I get is, "How much do I feed my dog?" It's a good question, but there are a number of variables to consider, such as age, activity level, metabolism and overall condition. The rule of thumb is 2.5% of your dog's body weight per day, so if you have a 100 lb dog, you'd feed him about 2.5 lbs per day. But this benchmark is just the starting point. For example, a puppy will eat double or about 5% its bodyweight and an active sporting dog will also eat more than the 2.5% mark....

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