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Ok well I decided to go ahead & post pictures of the litter I had previous to my latest litter... The pups are almost 8 weeks old now... Here are 2 pictures of the pups getting introduced to raw chicken wings @ 5 weeks old:



(One of the males I'm keeping)



And then one of the pups a week later playing with a toy

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awwwwwww They grow so fast huh?
Holly just gets bigger and bigger each day.
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Sooo cute!!


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Awwwwwww! They are so cute!!!!

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They are gorgeous! I love their light color.
Golden puppies are so adorable, I love how beefy they are!

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Thanks guys... I love the lighter color golden's too...
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Awww! Thanks for the puppy fix!


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Aww... they are completely adoreable ... chewers too. LOL.

I didn't know you could feed them raw meat ... then again, I've never bred dogs either ... That's really cool.

You have awesome dogs there.
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Aww... they are completely adoreable ... chewers too. LOL.

I didn't know you could feed them raw meat ... then again, I've never bred dogs either ... That's really cool.

You have awesome dogs there.
agreed. althought i didn't know you could feed them anything with chicken bones in it either.

They are adorable little puppies. ^^
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Cute little monkeys!
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what little dolls
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I believe Nicole uses the B.A.R.F (Bones and Raw Food) diet or a variation of it (please correct me if I'm wrong Nicole!) Many breeders use this because it is supposed to make health of the animals optimal and coats are unbelievabley brilliant. As long as the chicken bones are completely raw and not cooked the bones are flexible and able to be digested. When you cook them that is when the become riggid and brittle and can cause problems at least this is what I have read up on it. I myself do not use it but I have done a lot of reading on it and know people that have been very successful with it.
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I believe Nicole uses the B.A.R.F (Bones and Raw Food) diet or a variation of it (please correct me if I'm wrong Nicole!) Many breeders use this because it is supposed to make health of the animals optimal and coats are unbelievabley brilliant. As long as the chicken bones are completely raw and not cooked the bones are flexible and able to be digested. When you cook them that is when the become riggid and brittle and can cause problems at least this is what I have read up on it. I myself do not use it but I have done a lot of reading on it and know people that have been very successful with it.
Yup that's what I use

Thanks Dena for explaining that... Believe me, I'd never do anything to harm my animals...
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Great pics! The BARF diet is a great diet. I wish I had the time to feed my two raw. All I have heard about BARF has been good news. Congrats on the puppies.


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