The Raw Feeding universe opened up to me when I was learning about Scottie care. Raw Meaty Bones, green tripe, and raw co-ops are all part of my vocabulary now. Someone posted a message to a list I'm on about feeding dogs chicken wings. Ok for small dogs and pups, but not enough meat for larger dogs - that was the consensus. Here's a quote:
"Dog and cats need to work to eat their food. Rip and tear. They should do their own rendering....
Feed up, not down, bigger not smaller, whole carcass and/or the largest pieces possible.
Feed the whole chicken, not just the chicken wing."
Don't the last two lines seem like a good philosophy for life? "Feed up, not down, bigger not smaller."
"Feed the whole chicken, not just the chicken wing" is almost Zen-like, isn't it?