July 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.) I’ve been posting quite a bit over the last few months, as well as updating some of the older pages. What Is Classified As Organ? got a total overhaul, as looking over it I realized it was probably too simple to be of much use to the current crop of new raw feeders. It also got a follow up called, Organ Menu: Body Systems and Their Place in the Diet, which I’m particularly proud of. A supplemental page called, The Reality of Vitamin A toxicity covers the myth that you have to tip-toe around feeding liver due to the risk of vitamin A toxicity.
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