ProudMommy77 wrote:Vin, I had a foster dog that just didn't get eating the whole rabbit thing...so we ended up chopping it into chunks, he ate the crap out of the heads. He was a strange creature. The rest of the dogs generally start at the head and grind their way down.
As far as freezing goes, to be honest, three to four hundred pounds of meat will get me threw the winter time. So, as far as long term goes, I can't answer that sensible. But, I will tell you, I have been given freezer burnt deer pieces for the dogs, and yes I fed them, and well there were no issues.
Tripe is a huge staple in my dogs diet, they get it every day aside of the normal meal, I forgot to add that. You can never have enough tripe in stock.
ProudMommy77 wrote:It keeps nosy neighbors from looking over my privacy fence.
lilangel wrote:Those of you that give a Co Q10 supplement... care to elaborate on that a bit?
What is Co Q10?
How much do you give?
How long have you been giving it and what benefits do you see from giving it?
To the whole animal feeders: I tried feeding rabbits for a while, but the dogs would not eat them. They just threw them around the yard. I even split the gut open and they still just played with them and got them all slobbery. I eventually had to chop them in half with a cleaver which as you can imagine made some god awful messes with the entrails and all. Then and old then did the dogs devour the little critters. Anyone have that problem?
Also for those that freeze large quantities of meat: how long is too long to keep something frozen? I feed fresh but I do have a freezer full of stuff that is like 5 years old eww. I just never got around to getting rid of the stuff or feeding it and I am procrastinating about digging a big hole to dump the stuff in. Lots of green tripe. That's gonna be a stinky hole.
ProudMommy77 wrote: Tripe is a huge staple in my dogs diet, they get it every day aside of the normal meal, I forgot to add that. You can never have enough tripe in stock.
FBODGRL wrote:I forgot to add that I started raw feeding in November because of Khan's allergies. I have seen such an improvement even with environmental allergies that would normally have flared up in the spring and be going full force now.
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