10 Raw Feeding Myths

1. “It Won’t Be A Balanced Diet” – Raw diets are generally balanced over time just as our human diets are.  It is not necessary to completely balance any diet daily so long as over time all nutrition needs are met. 2.   “My Dog Will Die From the Bacteria!” – Dogs are not humans and […]

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The Pro and Cons of Feeding Bones

Feeding Bones – Should you or shouldn’t you? Should you be feeding bones to your pet?  How many and how often? Are there some reasons they shouldn’t be fed?  Are there types of bones that shouldn’t be fed?  Are there some dogs that shouldn’t have bones? Bones are a great way to occupy your dog, […]

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Why Beef?

Is beef so important?  Actually it sort of is!  It can be one of those proteins that gets left behind by raw feeders due to the fact that its hard to find edible beef bones to serve alongside beef muscle meat – and other than ribs and necks that is often true.  Look no further […]

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Puppies’ First Meal

Today Moonshella’s puppies had their first real meal.  Well, actually they have been snatching a bit of chicken from Mom for a couple of days. Generally, we will start to feed puppies at about three and a half weeks but since we were asking friends to take care of them over the holidays, we decided […]

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New Quick Order Raw Mix Section

Much to the dismay of some of our established clients, our beautiful new website actually made it harder to order a variety of raw mixes than the old ugly site. It was because in order to buy beef, you went to the beef section; lamb, the lamb section and so forth. So in an attempt […]

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Eating for Ten

The continuing saga of Moonshella and her pups On a sad note, we lost the last puppy born – probably because he was not vigorous enough to compete having been born 36 hours after the first pup. All the other pups are doing great though and we are now being very vigilant about making sure […]

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Almost a dozen Greyhound Puppies!

At the Edgerton household we have just spent the last two days delivering greyhound puppies. Our five year old Moonshella had eleven healthy beautiful pups after laboring for 36 hours. Moon has been raw feed since she came to us at three months old and is a remarkably healthy. The father of the litter has […]

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Raw Feeding and Health Issues

1. Cancer – Dogs who have cancer or have had cancer will benefit from a raw diet.  Carbohydrates feed cancer so a diet of meat, bones and organs only will eliminate these tumor feeding elements from your dog’s menu.  If you feed veggies make sure that they are low glycemic veggies such as those in […]

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The Process – Part Two

So the product has been ground, all ingredients added and mixed to our exact specifications following an exact recipe. Why so exact? You should be rest assured that what your dog got from us last month is exactly the same as what he’s going to get this month. Certainly you may notice slight color and […]

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More Testimonials

Here are some more testimonials from our satisfied customers! “I contacted A Place For Paws by phone to get information on Tripe for my dog. They were very helpful and really spent a considerable amount of time with me making sure that all of my questions were covered. The Tripe came to my house just […]

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The Process – Part 1

The product. Convenient, easy to handle, easy to feed, great consistency. HOW does it get that way? Hard work, dedication and lots of pride in what we do. We process our food weekly to bi-weekly to ensure that only the freshest product is shipped out to all of our customers. Our production staff utilizes lots […]

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How much do I feed my dog??

A common enough question to be sure! Probably the one MOST asked question when people are first starting out in fact. Generally speaking, raw fed dogs should be fed approximately 2-3% of their optimal body weight per day of raw food. Puppies get 2-3% of their estimated adult weight. Unfortunately, this is not an absolute! […]

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