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Old 10-10-2017, 00:29   #16
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I actually worked in an animal feed plant for awhile. If you ever saw what dog food was made from and how it is made you might think about feeding other things to your pet. And to think that some poor people actually eat it. Eeeyuuu.
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Old 10-10-2017, 17:17   #17
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Adam, thanks for the link.
" Being a sheepdog has never been about getting better bones."
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Old 10-15-2017, 21:57   #18
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Originally Posted by RCummings View Post
Adal, thank you for the site, we will be using it. Our cattle dog worked for 17 years, amazing dog. Our current dog is a McNab Border Collie, hard working, runs like the wind all day and eats a selection of meats and bone broth with her dry food for her meals. The meals are augmented with dry food so this site will be a great resource.


We also have one of the McNab breed and they're amazing. The wife named him Max, which I consider to be shorthand for 'MAXimum amount of dog allowed by law". I figure in a few years he'll be smart enough to do my taxes. Runs like the wind all day long is NOT an exaggeration! When I first saw him I thought "How novel!, a cattle dog with a lift kit!".
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