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WILL EATING RAW MEAT CAUSE A DOG TO GO CRAZY AND ATTACK PEOPLE?

Over the years I've received a lot of emails in regards raw food diets for dogs. On this page I answer a few of these questions. One question that keeps coming up, is one that I cannot believe anyone would ever believe, but apparently a lot of people do, because I keep getting emails asking the same question:

Mr Pitbull, if I feed my dog raw meat will it make him go crazy and start attacking people? LOL! No! Feeding a dog raw meat or raw food will not cause a dog to go mad. Nor will a dog go mad if he tasted blood (I get that one a lot too)!



Bingham from Kansas City KS asks Mr PitBull:

Dear Mr Pitbull, I have been trying to feed my dog Trina a Raw food diet, but she doesn't like the raw food diet. She will only eat it cooked not raw. I know that a Raw food diet is much better for pitbulls and that it is dangerous to feed her cooked Meat. How can I get her to eat a Raw food diet?

THE RIGHT FOOD AND EXERCISE

Bingham, Thanks for writing Mr PitBull. Years ago, my family had nothing to eat. We were down to a ten pound box of Macaroni and no dog food to feed the family dog. After we finished eating I put the left over Macaroni in his dish and he would not touch it. I said to my Dad that, "Spot" does not like Macaroni", and my Dad replied; "everybody likes Macaroni". The next day it was Macaroni again for everyone, I threw the left-over's on top of the dried up Macaroni still in Spot's dish. Spot smelled as he did the day before and turned up his nose. I said to my dad; "Spot doesn't like Macaroni". My Dad responded by saying; "everybody likes Macaroni".


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STORY CONTINUED...

The next day the same thing occurred and I was becoming very concerned. But again my Dad simply said; "everybody likes Macaroni". The next night after supper I dumped the left-over's on top of the hardened blob of Macaroni, Spot came over and immediately began to gulp it down, including all of the hard Macaroni from the days before. I said to my Dad; "look, Spot is stuffing himself", and my Dad said; "everybody likes Macaroni"!



Ray Ray from Jonesboro Arkansas asks Mr Pitbull:

Dear Mr Pitbull, does a raw food diet build bigger body mass? And what's the best way to get a raw food diet started? We purchased a female pitbull who is 100% Razor's Edge and we would like to purchase a male also so that they could grow together. We just want the Massive Stocky build and believe a raw food diet will help; any advice would be greatly appreciated.

WILL FEEDING YOUR DOG A RAW FOOD DIET MAKE THEM LOOK LIKE MR PITBULL'S DOGS?

Ray Ray, Thanks for writing Mr PitBull. I am glad you like my dogs. I will try to get some new Pitbull Puppy Pictures up soon. I don't really believe that the Raw food diet is going to add more mass or more muscle in comparison to the best dog food. For instance, you take a Marathon runner from Africa and feed him the best diet in the world and he is not going to end up looking like the Governor of California (Arnold). I recommend doing a lot of research online as to proper nutrition when feeding your pitbull a raw food diet. I will say, I do not advocate feeding them vegetables when feeding a raw food diet, as some do.


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YOU CANNOT TURN A PITBULL INTO A BULLY WITH FOOD AND EXERCISE

If you want pitbulls that look like mine you cannot manufacture them with a raw food diet and exercise, it is just not going to happen. Go to my site and read "ASK MR PITBULL ANYTING" you will find some detail there. I highly recommend going to "PITBULL PICTURES!" on my site and reading the comments I have for each pitbull. Here I tell what to look for in a good dog, and what you don't want in a pitbull. Then after taking a few notes, go look at your pitbulls with an eye of discernment and see if they measure up. Ask yourself questions like; does my pitbull have pink areas on his nose where he lacks pigmentation? Is his rear end high? Is the body long? Are the front legs bowed or the feet point outward (easty-westy)? Does the back sag in the middle? All of these things represent severe flaws that make the dog unsuitable for breeding. Feeding a dog a raw food diet will improve his health, but will not correct these flaws. If such exist your best bet is to spay or neuter and start again.


EVERY DOG DESERVES THE BENEFITS OF A RAW FOOD DIET

When picking out a new pitbull puppy, most of what I mentioned can to a great degree be observed. So look both the puppy and parents over carefully. Even still you are only half way there. I have a number of young pitbulls right now that are correct in structure, but still may not qualify to join my program. At a certain point (somewhere around a year) I have to decide; is he truly a dog that is going to inspire awe. If not, I have to make the tough choice and sell them as a pet. Regardless, every dog deserves the benefits of a raw food diet.

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FEED THEM A RAW MEAT DIET AND THEY WILL LOVE YOU BACK

Bottom line: It takes a lot of time, a lot of money, and a lot of tough decision having to be made, if you expect to have pitbulls like mine. One cannot be afraid to cut losses and move on. One cannot breed inferior pitbulls and expect that a miracle is going to take place when feeding a raw food diet. I wish you well in your endeavor and commend you and your wife for your love of the pitbull breed. If I can be of further assistance let me know.


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