October 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.) The big news in Pack Lunch land is that 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. With some great starter guides around put together by other people I’ve never in the 11 years I’ve been doing this site thought it was necessary to do my own, but I’ve got some ideas that I haven’t seen put together quite the way I envision, so I thought it was time. Coming sooner or later: The Pack Lunch Prep Lab!

Now here…. INSTAGRAM! I decided to get with the times and start an Instagram account for Pack Lunch. Follow using @packlunchraw and look for #packlunchraw hashtags!

Have something to suggest? Have a question? Facebook is the easiest and most reliable way to get a timely response. Please come over to Pack Lunch on Facebook and start a conversation on the wall, or send me a message. While you’re on FB, click “like” if you’re so inclined. Depending on how FB is feeling on any day and your settings, you will hopefully get notifications about new content on Pack Lunch, and updates on the PL Prep Lab site. One 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 packlunch@yahoo.com. 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.


Pack Lunch Homepage (image: Anika, Meridian, and a Jeep full of sheep)

Myself and a birthday girl — Meridian’s 11th birthday (2009) was spent picking up a Jeep full of sheep!

 

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Any information you find on Pack Lunch is an opinion even if it’s based on experience and scientific research. Pack Lunch cannot be held responsible for negative events that may arise from putting ideas or suggestions into practice. (Not that I anticipate them!) I encourage you to always exercise common sense and draw on your own experiences and preferences when taking advice, and tailor information to fit the needs of your own pack. Any decisions on health, wellness, and diet should be done under the advisement of your chosen veterinary healthcare professional(s).  All content unless otherwise noted is property of Anika Evans. Please feel free to share what you find on Pack Lunch, but keep articles and photos in tact. (Better yet, share with Pack Lunch Pinterest pins!Continuing to navigate within the site is your agreement.


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