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    I know people feed raw meat and my parents do this with their Staffordshire bull terrier so this is probably a daft question but wanted to double check because of his age. If we have a sunday lunch (meat, veg and potatoes) could we cook the meat and veg for Bruce? He's 4 month so don't want to give him anything he shouldn't have. Again, probable a daft question but wanted to be sure. Thanks

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    I tagged two members that might be able to give a better answer than me..... one used to feed home cooked and the other is a raw feeder
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    I tagged two members that might be able to give a better answer than me..... one used to feed home cooked and the other is a raw feeder
    Great thanks. If it was any other dog id do it but don't want to risk it with all the problems they can have, thanks again

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    Default Re: Giving your dog a dinner

    You can give the meat cooked or raw. Veggies should be eather cooked or pureed raw. Fresh food never hurts.

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    Sure, giving Bruce cooked meat and veggies are fine. I did that (and still do on occasion) for my bulldogs--they would get cooked ground beef, veggies, and rice.




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    Thanks for your replies, is there any veg he cant have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brucey Baby View Post
    Thanks for your replies, is there any veg he cant have?
    Avoid onions, garlic, tomato , mushrooms, rhubarb. Also, no corn-on-the-cob (corn itself is okay for dogs to eat however, just don't give the cob b/c of choking hazard). I avoid tomatoes b/c of the high acidity but it's really the leaves and stems that are toxic to dogs. And if you give potatoes, make sure they are cooked b/c raw potatoes can be toxic as well. Hope this helps.




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    Thanks, might treat him tomorrow then haha. Am I being paranoid with these simple questions?? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brucey Baby View Post
    Thanks, might treat him tomorrow then haha. Am I being paranoid with these simple questions?? Lol
    Not at all.... you need to be extra careful with bullies -- they are sensitive babies
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    Thanks that makes me feel better haha. Had dogs all my life but this is the first bulldog. A family members got one but lost his first and a client of mine has two but he lost his first aswell so I just worried about doing the wrong thing

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