About Nature's Way Carolina Dogs

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Seymour, Tennessee, United States
Welcome to my site about my Naturally Reared Carolina Dogs! Carolina Dogs are a relatively new, rare breed recognized by the UKC, AKC-FSS & ARBA, and are quite possibly America's own indigenous wild dog. CDs make wonderful companions, athletes, hunters, and bedwarmers! Natural Rearing is the philosophy wherein we raise our dogs and puppies by following the 8 Laws of Health, employing Biologically Appropriate Raw Food and no toxic chemicals on, in or around our dogs. We have found this way of life fosters balance, health and longevity in our beloved companions. For our puppies, we welcome homes that have a very similar philosophy about dog rearing, or wish to learn. Check us out, follow us and share us in other places!!! YouTube@ Susan NaturesWayCarolina Dogs NaturesWayPets and FaceBook @ https://www.facebook.com/mycarolinadog on Twitter @https://twitter.com/NaturesWayCDs Thank you so much for visiting our site, feel free to leave us a comment or send us an email! susanlewelling@yahoo.com

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Photo Journal of Raw Feeding #2

A meal in 2 parts

Part 1

 Step 1- Melt 1/2 tsp. Organic Coconut Oil.
 Step 2- Don't step on Jesse:)
 Step 3- Add Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth (1 Tbsp.) and Organic ground Garlic (1/4 tsp.)
 3 large Farm Eggs. We use eggs from our own mixed flock of semi-free range chickens.
Our chickens are given no drugs, chemical wormers, are not exposed to pesticides, etc. They are kept in large pens and moved to new grass daily. Their food is supplemented with chicken feed & scratch grains. We are hatching our own chicks naturally(with a hen, not an incubator) now! The eggs are not pasteurized, heated or bleached. I rinse them & if necessary wash them off with vinegar & a towel.

 Step 4- add an Egg to each bowl.
 Step 5- mix ingredients
 Step 6- Everyone MUST sit.
 Step 7- Chow down!

Part 2

 This is about 1 & 3/4 pound of Pork rib meat and neck bones and my scale. I put the bowl on the scale, then turn it on, so that it zeroes with the bowl on it. I can then weigh the meat in order to evenly divide it among the 3 dogs & ensure I am feeding the correct amount.
This pork is from the grocery store. We do raise pigs ourselves, but supplement from the grocery store when necessary.
3 portions of pork meat & bones. The rib meat came cut into 3 thick pieces & the neck bones are pieces of varying size, different bones with varying amounts of meat attached.
 Daisy- Sit & wait.
Daisy eating. No other dogs are crowding her or trying to get her food. They know they must respect each others space.
 Cooter- Sit & Wait.
 Jesse is "helping" him :)
 Cooter eating. Notice that Jesse has moved out of his space.
 Jesse- Sit & Wait.
Jesse eating.

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