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Old 05-27-2015, 03:38 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Well that is your choice and you are entitled to it.

I did a lot of of research when I decided to feed kibble in addition to raw. I went on to raw feeding forums to see what others were doing and the general consensus was definitely not to feed the two together. I then researched the reason behind this and it just made good sense to me, they are both digested at totally different rates. As I like to err on the side of caution I decided not to mix the two. Also, a lot of premade raw has the bones included.
This is what I've always read when researching raw feeding. But lately, there is some question about how they came to this conclusion. This article might be very enlightening complete with barium ex rays and a small study:

DIGEST THIS: Kibble May Actually Digest Faster Than Raw | The Raw Feeding Community
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I had always heard that kibble and raw digested at different rates. Not which one digested faster. All I know is that my Spoo almost always throws up a kibble meal, of whatever quality kibble. I therefore feed him raw
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Well that is your choice and you are entitled to it.

I did a lot of of research when I decided to feed kibble in addition to raw. I went on to raw feeding forums to see what others were doing and the general consensus was definitely not to feed the two together. I then researched the reason behind this and it just made good sense to me, they are both digested at totally different rates. As I like to err on the side of caution I decided not to mix the two. Also, a lot of premade raw has the bones included.
Oh trust me, I've done research. I fed homemade raw and was very *anti kibble* for a multiple years. . I was also a big poster on the raw forums which im sure you've ventured to.

Yes, premade raw has bones, however, they have been ground. Whole bones are more difficult and take longer to digest.

That said, it certainly isnt harmful at all to separate kibble from raw.

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This is what I've always read when researching raw feeding. But lately, there is some question about how they came to this conclusion. This article might be very enlightening complete with barium ex rays and a small study:

DIGEST THIS: Kibble May Actually Digest Faster Than Raw | The Raw Feeding Community
Thank you for posting this link. I particularly Agree with this:

"By conducting this experiment and publishing these results, all we mean to do is encourage people to question everything they are told online, and look for proof rather than anecdotal evidence. There is an unfortunate lack of peer reviewed studies when it comes to raw diets. A lot of what is claimed online tends to be simply hear-say or anecdotal evidence. As raw feeders, we should strive to always continue learning more about what we are feeding our pets, even if what we are learning happens to go against the grain of what most raw feeding Facebook groups preach."
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All good points.
I would still separate the meals, to me it's not a big deal to do it.
I'm actually feeding 100% raw right now anyway......
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All good points.
I would still separate the meals, to me it's not a big deal to do it.
I'm actually feeding 100% raw right now anyway......
Me too, tonight he is getting grassfed beef heart
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Me too, tonight he is getting grassfed beef heart

Ooo! Mine want to come to your house they LOVE 😍 beef heart!
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I don't know if it's the same thing or not but we eat foods at one meal where some digest faster and easier than others. So what?
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I don't know if it's the same thing or not but we eat foods at one meal where some digest faster and easier than others. So what?
Oh boy, that's fuel for a whole new topic.......lol.

I work in the medical field and believe me I've seen the damage that us humans cause to our digestive systems/bodies by the food that we consume....
But that is our choice!
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Oh boy, that's fuel for a whole new topic.......lol.
I work in the medical field and believe me I've seen the damage that us humans cause to our digestive systems/bodies by the food that we consume....
But that is our choice!
Yes, there is a reason they call the Standard American Diet the SAD diet!
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