I posted this in Biscuit's diary , but thought I should post here too
I think I want to change HOW I feed Biscuit. . .
So typically in a day little man gets 3 servings of boneless meals that are all nicely diced and measured and one meal on the bone. I am trying to figure out a way to give him all of his meals on the bone. No more dicing and chopping of the meat with the exception on one small serving so that I can get him to eat his organs.
So for those that have more experience than I, I have some questions:
Is it possible for me to basically ONLY feed bone in meals?
Ex. Day 1: Large beef rib with meat. He eats his fill, I toss back in the fridge and use it again at next meal. Repeat until bone is clean.
Day 2-3: Pork shank (leg bone thing). He eats his fill, toss back in the fridge. . .
My concern is that he is only suppose to have 2.5-4 ounces of food a day. I will not be able to be as in control of his portion sizes doing things this way. Will it hurt things if it is not strictly regulated portions? Because there is a chance that he gets more than he should or less than he should in a given setting.
The reason for this is that the more that I read and research it just seems better to do only on the bone if you can. The other reason is that it just seems more natural for him to eat chicken meat off the back or leg or what ever than for me to buy chicken breast and chop them up.
I don't know, I am mostly thinking out loud here, but I am hopeful that someone will get the gist of what I am trying to say and offer some advice or opinion to help me out or their thoughts on what I am thinking of doin