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Old 02-08-2013, 01:25 PM
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I have used honest kitchen when we traveled when the dogs were on raw, it was uber expensive so it was only when we traveled and I made it up by the meal.
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:27 PM
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Thanks! I know Juno will loooove it and depending on cost, maybe I'll throw Happy on it too. I occasionally give them a meal of the Sojos complete since I had a small bag given to me, but that stuff is definitely too expensive for me to feed 2 bigger dogs!

Lauren I'll have to check out larson rabbitrys site when I get off work. Tempting!
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So Sojos you actually mix with ground meat? Is it a complete diet at that point? I've been thinking Payton would fatten up if he got to eat raw but cost is an issue as far as making sure I'm providing a balanced diet... I might be able to swing this though if that's how it works...
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:47 PM
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I know that honest kitchen has a variety that you have to add a protein source to make it complete.
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:51 PM
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So Sojos you actually mix with ground meat? Is it a complete diet at that point? I've been thinking Payton would fatten up if he got to eat raw but cost is an issue as far as making sure I'm providing a balanced diet... I might be able to swing this though if that's how it works...
I think Sojos has both. One variety that is only the "other stuff" and you add the meat, and some that is everything included.
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So Sojos you actually mix with ground meat? Is it a complete diet at that point? I've been thinking Payton would fatten up if he got to eat raw but cost is an issue as far as making sure I'm providing a balanced diet... I might be able to swing this though if that's how it works...
They have 2 that are complete and already have freeze dried meat in them, and 2 that are not complete until you add meat. One is a grain free fruit/veggie mix, the other is a grain mix. I got the grain one because its cheaper lol and I think grains have more purpose than veggies.

So yeah you just add the meat and call it a day.
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:28 PM
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THK also has a "just add meat" variety: Preference. I like it a lot and it can be very cost effective if you can find a cheap source for meat.
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