Can 3 Unneutered Male Dogs Eat RAW Food Together Without Fighting? – Pack Feeding Video

I show 3 unneutered males eating RAW food in a group with 2 females who just came out of heat several days ago. This demonstrate unneutered males can live together and even eat together a high value food alongside 2 females just out of heat and all get along. All it takes is proper socialization, training and leadership to let them know what is acceptable in your pack.

I’m against neutering dogs for nonmedical reasons. This vet’s video here explains why I as a long time Animal Warden feel this way…

*This is a ‘pack feeding’ used to foster a healthy pack dynamic. It allows the adults to teach the younger dogs their boundaries when feeding in a group while under my supervision.

Dogs seen in this video are my two 11 month Renascence Bulldogges Rekkr and Magi, Blue Bay Shepherd Kurgan and my Lycan Shepherd Ulu. You can find videos of a typical RAW meal for them in my RAW food playlist linked below.

“I’m just some guy on YouTube.” I am not a “professional” dog trainer nor K9 nutritionist and I am not representing myself as one. I am here just showing what ‘I do’ and what ‘works for me’ as a long time Animal Warden, breeder and dog rescuer and I explain while doing it why I do it this way. 🙂

* Before asking me any feeding questions in the comments (OR ON INSTAGRAM) look through the several links I am providing below. 99.9% of any RAW feeding questions you have for me will be answered expertly in those links in more detail than I can provide in the video comments. 🙂

*To answer a question I know I will get in the comments:

* Yes, it’s OK to feed your dogs ‘RAW’ bones. It’s only cooked bone you should never feed your dogs – Cooking the bone makes it undigested, brittle and prone to causing obstruction of the g-track and a perforated bowel. Canines are meant to digest raw bones and have been doing it for millions of years. Don’t take my word for it though, I’m just some guy on YouTube… lol. Do your research. I’ll provide some links down below if you’d like to do that. I’ve been feeding this way for over 20 years with great results.

*My dogs all live in the house.

*Muk-bang or mukbang is an online broadcast in which a host eats large quantities of food, while interacting with their audience. Usually done through a webcast.

* I feed my dogs the B.A.R.F. Diet (Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods). Here are a couple of books on the B.A.R.F. diet I recommend by DVM Ian Billinghurst.

Give Your Dog A Bone

Grow Your Pups with Bones: The BARF Program For breeding Healthy Dogs And Eliminating Skeletal Disease

Here is a good online resource if you are looking to get started feeding your dog a raw diet…

RAW Food amount calculator – How much to feed

7 Vets Give The Health Benefits of Raw Feeding for Dogs…

Watch video and check out article linked below on the dangers of commercial pet foods and myths about feeding raw…

Some other RAW feeding videos I recommend below…

Is It Expensive To Feed Your Dog RAW Foods?

Does RAW food make dogs aggressive?

Guide to feeding dogs RAW food

How to feed your dog RAW food

How to feed your puppy RAW food

***Here is a playlist of 170+ videos of my dogs and puppies eating various things on the raw diet…

*** New Video series ***
Food Aggression in Puppies

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*** The Renascence Bulldogge has EB, Hermes OEB along with pitbull, bullmastiff, english mastiff and American bulldog in it’s breed foundation. The Black and tan and chocolate and tan coat colors seen in my bloodline and now in several OEBs that have my dogs mixed into them come from a black and tan Sorrel line pitbull I used when creating my dog (I used an Old Family Red Nose pits too). 🙂

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47 replies
  1. S. A.
    S. A. says:

    I love these pack feedings! Lobo is absolutely gorgeous. All of their teeth are so white! And their coats so shiny! I like to watch Magi and Rekkr eat. They are so funny and so cute!!! Thank you for another great video!!! Very relaxing!

  2. Annette Jackman
    Annette Jackman says:

    I was called an "irresponsable" dog owner when i tried to adopt another lurcher by a rescue because i havent neutered my female and i feed her a semi raw diet (not the fact her teeth as clean, she was walked up to 6 hours a day plus and had never been ill prior)
    My last 2 females that were neutered turned stranger aggressive and ended up on medication due to the bladder dropping and damaged to their sphincters so just literally pee'd everywhere and had no control over it (just like woman who have hyserectomys)
    But am observant after her heats and check for signs of infection. She is honestly not interested in breeding (theres a few males eound here that have been sandblasted by her and shes usually a placid aloof dog)and we walk her in an area were its lead only and we can easily avoid dogs.
    But hay even at just over 11 years old (and has had spinal surgery for a collapsed disk) she can still go for a walk for an hour then ask for 2 more and no one believes shes 11🤷‍♀️ but am an irresponsible dog owner 😉

    Incidentally i smashed up blueberries, with a tiny amount of bees pollen in natural yogart and make ice cubes for my dog in summer to cool her down, she loves them 🤤

  3. Hector Reyna
    Hector Reyna says:

    My dog is unneutered as well but ppl keep telling he can get sick and whatnot but I don’t want to get rid of his drive and i have no problem with the way he acts/is because we’re pretty active. Is it selfish of me or should I neuter him?

  4. Carpe Diem
    Carpe Diem says:

    Me and my husband mess with our dogs sometimes while they eat. Yes, we can take food out of their mouths. We have young grandkids so we do what a young child might do when a dog is eating.

    Our raw feeding issues are getting straightened out. We were mixing meats instead of giving their bodies the chance to get used to one type of raw meat first. So chicken for the first two weeks since it digests easiest. Our dogs are loving it.

  5. MirMir Baxter
    MirMir Baxter says:

    I gave my Lil chihuahua a piece of raw hamburger meat and I thought my ex was gonna knock me out lol. His mom eats it right outta the package and she never died so I don't know what he thought was gonna happen.

  6. 0f392k49fg91h7fg893j
    0f392k49fg91h7fg893j says:

    My family has been breeding working bloodline Sarplaninacs in Croatia and Austria since ''the dawn of time'' and on top of that my father now has two farms and four 1hectre fields, that we need our own Sarplaninacs for. My father and grandfather breed Sarplaninacs for guarding, flock guardian jobs and wolf killing. Sarplaninac breed comes in 4 types and we breed the largest type for guarding and wolf killing, as well as the mountain type for flock guardian jobs. If you're not familiar with the breed, feel free to inform yourself via internet because it would be too much to type here. To keep it short: You thought Chow Chow's, Pit Bulls and Rotweillers were savage when in fight mode? Now imagine them on crack, 10x more vicious/savage and add 150 pounds to them; what you''ll get is an average Sarplaninac… Now imagine owning 16 of them… Yeah… We have 16 of them that are ours (plus additional 4 every generation [two male and two famale] for breeding purposes) and out of those 16, 14 are males… 14 Intact males to be specific… We feed them together, in groups of 8… As far back in to the past as my memory goes, I can not remember seeing any of our dogs, of any generation, ever, fighting. The most ''fighting'' I saw is when one of the dogs challenges the alpha male, but that ''fight'' usually lasts for 5-6 seconds and happens only once, only not to happen ever again between the two same dogs. It's more like a scuffle or something… Same happens with ''fights''/''scuffles'' during feeding time. And we're talking about feeding 16 Sarplanincas here, in groups of 8, out of which there are 7 intact males in each group. Whoever says that intact males (dogs) can't be fed together doesn't know shit about dogs. Period. That's all I'm going to say.

  7. donald ferdinand
    donald ferdinand says:

    Hey brother. I put my pup on a raw diet. He has been on it for about 10 days but he has diarrhea. I thought it would go away after 2-3 days but he is literally pissing out the ass. Any suggestions? His typical meals are a drumstick, 4 oz ground meat and a small piece o.f liver

  8. David B
    David B says:

    Great example of a balanced pack. It's Thanksgiving for the dogs.
    Dude…you really have me getting an urge to add another large dog to my pack. Damn you to HECK!!!
    Got my eye on a Cane Corso/Presa Canario mix. But, things need to line up right before I pull the cord.

  9. 2115virgo13
    2115virgo13 says:

    So I have a question. I have a pet peeve! That’s dogs on table or counter top! He isn’t taking food . Just whatever he wants! It’s been 3 month with him. I know he is still puppy (5) months. He eats stuff that will end up in Er. Help.

  10. andy y
    andy y says:

    Seen alot of your videos, and u always mention that this is not their only meal. Do u feed them vegetables or foods besides meats? If u do, what do they like? Saw the blueberries at the end, and made me curious.

  11. pun cat
    pun cat says:

    My dog has never been food aggressive, he’s a 7 year old staffie/collie. I have always been able to stroke him during eating times.
    He had a raw turkey neck yesterday, and started growling when I even went to stroke him. I was petting his head for a bit but he didn’t stop growling, so I stopped as I didn’t really feel like getting bit!!
    Will have to work on that though, very random how he only does it with that..

  12. A M
    A M says:

    So happy to see you still doing your thing and promoting healthy pet feeding. When I started my dog on Barf I was so worried about too much or too little and pretty much figured out that giving the dog attention solves a lot of those types of questions.

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