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    Hereís something new I found in my area. But seems they are all over Canada n made in Canada. I was basically interested in the tripe container as a separate snack for the pups.

    https://bigcountryraw.ca/

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    I used to get them (BigCountryRaw) to deliver to my house, but I switched to Back2Raw since BigCountryRaw had 15% bone, and Back2Raw has 10%. I complained to them about that about a year ago, and they claimed that some kinds of animals cause diarrhea and this would prevent that. But I didn't buy that and now I notice they switched to 10% bone as well. This company is more pricey than that one you usually deal with.

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    When I bought the new freezer and transferred everything over, I found some beef tripe that had been "lost" at the bottom of the chest freezer. So a few weeks ago, I mixed some into both Jax and Louie's meals and I noticed Louie started to scratch more. No beef tripe the last 2 weeks and no scratching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbrugs View Post
    When I bought the new freezer and transferred everything over, I found some beef tripe that had been "lost" at the bottom of the chest freezer. So a few weeks ago, I mixed some into both Jax and Louie's meals and I noticed Louie started to scratch more. No beef tripe the last 2 weeks and no scratching.
    Tripett has different tripe. Made in Canada but it’s all over US

    Use it as a topper.

    https://www.petkind.com/tripett

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Tripett has different tripe. Made in Canada but itís all over US

    Use it as a topper.

    https://www.petkind.com/tripett
    You know, when I first started feeding Jax raw I used to mix in the bison tripe but then I found a source for frozen raw bison tripe and then that source went away. You think the canned stuff is just as good as the frozen?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbrugs View Post
    You know, when I first started feeding Jax raw I used to mix in the bison tripe but then I found a source for frozen raw bison tripe and then that source went away. You think the canned stuff is just as good as the frozen? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    No frozen is much better as the nutrients are all in frozen as cans will lose some nutrients cause it’s heated. It’s not everyone as not your case, but not everyone that wants to touch frozen tripe... but definitely better frozen.
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