December 2017 — Greetings and thanks for stopping by the site! Hopefully you’ll find some useful info here whether you’re new to raw feeding or a seasoned vet. (Raw feeding veteran or veterinarian, whichever may apply, hah hah.)
In October of 2017 Pack Lunch started using Instagram! Follow using @packlunchraw and look for #packlunchraw hashtags.
I’ve really put a dent in the task of updating the “Spreadsheet of Your Dreams”, and have even secured a new URL that is going to host the very big undertaking of a practical feeding guide the Pack Lunch way. Other people have put together great starter guides that are available online, so in the 11 years I’ve been doing this site I never thought it was necessary to do my own…. until now. I’ve got some ideas that I haven’t seen put together quite the way I envision anywhere else, so coming sooner or later: The Pack Lunch Prep Lab!
Have something to suggest? Have a question? Messaging or a post through the Facebook page is the easiest and most reliable way to get a timely response, and the new Instagram account is something I’m tuned into regularly. If you use social media, please give the account(s) a “like” while you’re there. Depending on your settings you will get notifications about new posts, and from time to time social-media-only content. Another thing your “like” does is lets me know I’m reaching people. In turn that encourages me to work on the site more. Click-and-treat isn’t just for training pets!
I have come to the decision that anti-spam measures in email have reached a point that I’d like to try offering a way to email me directly again. If you have questions or see something presented on the site that needs fixing or clarification please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be checking this email only semi-frequently and might not get back to you for a few days or a week. Your patience is appreciated.
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