Okay so that's probably not it (the squash is just fiber so likely not the cause of seediness). Just checking because some contain a meat too (and that could be causing it). Let me know if things improve/don't improve
Ok so her stool was still seedy today, I can't tell if its a lil less than the other day or not. But I also noticed that when I squished it in a paper towel that it was gritty and had some hard pieces in it. Is that becuase I am mixing in some of the brave basic duck necks formula? It is suposed to have ground up duck necks, so those are the little pieces in her stool is ground up bone?
The hard pieces are likely bone - and that's okay. Her body will take some time to learn to digest the bone.
As for the seedy stools, it could be stress too. Shedding season can cause stress and that can lead to the seediness. How much squash are you giving daily? You might be able to up the amount and see if it helps.
Since that one kind of food has bones in it do I still need to go buy her bones? and should I only be feeding her that food a certain amount of days a week? Because she has had it a couple days in a row now...
If you're fine with feeding all commercial raw (so ground bone) then you don't necessarily need to buy any whole-boned meats. With a soft diet like commercial raw, dental care is necessary (so you'll need to brush her teeth). The bones (whole bones) are natures toothbrushes and they clean the teeth remarkable well (better than a toothbrush).
What commercial raw are you feeding again? I will check them out to see how much bone/meat/organ they have and see how often you'll need to feed everything.
Well this week she is getting a mix of the pork goo soup and the bravo basic duck neck, because the bravo that i have her trying this week is just duck necks, no organ. so I will probably be feeding her a mix or alternating natures variety and bravo.