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I added up my bills out of curiosity. I have an ancient furry feline creature (17yo and special needs that requires daily medications). $3,980 over the last year at my regular vet and Petsmart (excluding kitty litter, litter mats, cleaner, baking soda & emergency vet) and that’s just my debit card transactions, not credit (which I use when I forget the other one). So probably closer to $4,900 easily. Some years were worse: The specialty vet that ran $2,300 for one visit. I’ve routinely spent $2,000+ annually the last 9 years for “routine” care (routine for her issues).. This is a living, breathing, and loving creature you willingly took responsibility for, you do not cast them aside because they get sick. They will get old, they will get sick, they will need proper care – just like you or I. I should add that my vet also gives me discounts.
I started my dog (a 15-pound, 12-year-old mini poodle) on a raw diet about a month ago. I have been buying the Bravo frozen mixes. She took to the raw food immediately and loves it. I’d like to get away from the mix, but I don’t know what to give her. I perused the supermarket today and didn’t see any organ meat. I’ve gotten information from other websites while trying to learn about this diet. One said to give raw meaty bones, but what kind of raw meaty bones? Muscle meat with fat? What kind of muscle meat with fat? Do I buy a fatty piece of steak, cut it up, and give it to her? I gave her a serving of salt-free sardines this morning and she loved that. My main concern is that she won’t eat chicken wings. I gave her one for the first time a week ago, and she licked it and then walked away from it with her tail between her legs. I left it out for about an hour and she stayed far away from it. I just offered her another one and she’s tried to eat it (I heard some crunching sounds), but still no luck. (Right now she’s lying on the floor sleeping next to the chicken wing.) I am very concerned about this because I know they need to eat the bones for the calcium and the exercise. Should I try what you suggested about denying her food until she eats the chicken wings? I don’t know what to do if she continues to refuse the chicken. About the kind of meat, can I buy various ground meats and just mix them together? Steak chunks? Anything in the meat department? The more information I find, the more confused I get. I’m pretty much set against returning her to the kibbles. (She doesn’t miss it.) I would be so grateful for any guidance you can offer.