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I heard pedigree is not best,but remaing food are expensive cannot bare, help?

hi iam having4 months female gsd and 9 months male gsd. for female iam giving rc and male pedigree puppy large iam very tiered maintian 2 kinds of food pls suggest me shall i give pedigree to both?i heard pedigree is not best.but remaing food r expensive i cant bare.pls suggest me
By prashanth80 · 12 Oct 2011 12:32 pm

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By nikhil · 12 Oct 2011 11:04 pm
if u can't afford it try switching over to home made food its healthier and cheaper !
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By tiger d boi · 14 Oct 2011 8:50 pm
apart frm tht feed them wid chicken liver & rice it is healtheir for a change so that it saves your pocket too
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By tiger d boi · 14 Oct 2011 8:51 pm
and nikhil tell me more about home food are this services good for dogs!!!
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By tiger d boi · 14 Oct 2011 8:53 pm
and nikhil tell me more about home food are this services good for dogs!!!
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By Vidyut and Mitali Banerjee · 14 Oct 2011 9:43 pm
Supplement Pedigree with Meat/Chicken 3-4 times a week and also fruits and curds. Pedigree is ok once they grow mature ( 15-18 months)
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By nikhil · 15 Oct 2011 1:52 am
when ur giving home made diet give it in the ratio 30%-60% meat or chicken , 0%-50% grains and vegetables, 10%-20% eggs, 5%-20% Dairy ,5%-10% organ meat, 1%-2% calcium , and when ur giving bones give them raw never boil the bones , provided u stick to this diet ur dog is gonna stay a lot healthy then most of those who stay on kibbles and dog food , raw chicken feet will prevent ur dog from having joint problems.
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