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I was just on the DVP website and saw that they now offer a ready to feed Raw Diet. It is only available in a few states so far and mine isn't one, but that is an awesome idea. The only reason I don't feed Deuce raw is b/c I am afraid I would mess up and not do it right. If it comes all ready it is hard to mess up and much more convenient. I think if it becomes more widely available a lot more informed owners will switch.
 

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Just check the ingredients. If it's like other manufactured dog food, who knows what might be in it. The writer of the BARF diet books also has pre-made raw foods, and I think it's available everywhere (http://barfworld.com/). I started with these many years ago with my golden retreiver just to see how she'd react to the diet.
 

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Well I looked at the ingredients, but I don't know much about the raw diet so I can't say yea or nay. I would like someone to give it a glance and tell me what they think. Someone who knows about the raw diet. I just liked this one b/c you can buy it at stores, not just online. And DVP makes really good dry dog food, so I would think the quality would be good.
 

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Same, I figured since they have such a good reputation that the quality must be pretty good, but I would also lilke to see reviews on it.
 

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It is a new product that is currently only available in southern California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii and Michigan.
 

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They sell it at a couple of stores in my area. It looks like it's pretty good quality. All the premade stuff is really expensive though. I started my dogs with Nature's Variety patties and those almost broke the bank!!!! :shock: I joined a co-op that Care referred me to and I can get lots of diferent types of meat on there for a dollar a pound. Those patties are usually around $4 a lb. I would recomend trying to find a co-op in your area. They will usually get the premade grounds through the club and the prices are much lower.
 
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