Does your Tripawd eat a RAW food diet? If so, how do you handle it when your pup stays overnight at the vet’s office, boarding kennel or on the road?
Alexander’s Mom, xanderdane, posted in the forums that she was nervous about how Alexander would get fed while he stayed overnight for amputation surgery.
Maggie’s Mom, Tracy said:
My dog, too, is raw fed…I didn’t bother though with bringing her food…well, I did but never used it. They fed Maggie canned food. When she would eat it. She basically only ate if I was there… I was fine with them feeding her canned food…as I just wanted her to eat something!
All you RAW feeders out there, how do you handle this situation?
Our suggestion is, as far ahead of surgery as pawsible, pick up some yummy prepackaged RAW foods like Stella & Chewy’s Freeze-Dried and Frozen Raw Dinners. See how your pup adapts to them. If her belly agrees with it, your vet tech will thank you for not asking him to feed a bloody piece of meat to your new Tripawd!
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