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It is difficult feeding raw if your vet does not approve. They can't help you. This has been my experience. However, a holistic vet/chiropractor/feeds raw bought the business and she is very helpful. I also changed the mind of another vet when she saw how well my dog and my rescues do on raw.

It might be easier to just work out your dog's diet yourself. Raw meaty bones in a variety. Liver twice a week. The size of one front paw seems to be a good size. Feed it as a training treat. The other days of the week add another organ (kidney, pancreas, etc), again the size of one front paw. You can do it and you will know exactly what your dog is getting.

You don't need to grind the bone. Chewing bones helps to set the teeth, especially important with a toy. If she can't manage bones yes, use a mallet and smash up the portion. This is what I do for my cat.
 
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