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    well i finally got hold of some lung,i must admit i did not enjoy cutting it up lolbut annie loved it ,quite gross really and i have a strong stomache,karen

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    Oh wow!! That picture alone looks gross. But if it is for our babies we will do anything.


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    We usually get those and dehydrate them. The trick for cutting is that they need to be semi-frozen first.
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    are you getting them from slaughter houses? We no longer have any of those around here. We only have processing houses. The closest slaughter house is a couple hours away. I called them one time and they told me any organ meat they would save for me if I wanted. This is back when I thought of using raw pancreas for Bella. However the amount of pancreas for her food would be tremendous, so I opted out.

    I can't do raw with out it being ground. I need to mix enzymes into her food and they say the more the enzymes can come into contact, the better. So I am looking at raw pre-formed patties.

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    That is a beautiful healthy looking lung. How much will she get at a feeding? @karenben
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    well i gave her half the lung then thought maybe i should have got some advice from the raw feeding foum lol,they said introduce it slow!!!!!,she loved it ,has a cast iron stomache so hopefully no side effects,it cut through really easily but i didnt like the look of the windpipe!!!!,ive tried getting lung all over the place and found it at a local butcher 10 mins away ,its very chewy she actually had to chew her food for once,karen

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    Annie looks very healthy and your raw diet is impressive. I love hearing all the things you offer to her. I have many butcher shops near me also. I'm in envy of the raw feeder's, my husband, not so much. I wish I knew someone near me who feeds raw so I could show him the pro's. @karenben
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    Annie looks very healthy and your raw diet is impressive. I love hearing all the things you offer to her. I have many butcher shops near me also. I'm in envy of the raw feeder's, my husband, not so much. I wish I knew someone near me who feeds raw so I could show him the pro's. @karenben
    but if your husband maybe agreed to raw feed for a few months he will see a difference not only in health but bank balance lol,you will have to keep on at him till he gives in lol,my old man doesnt really care what i feed annie,shes my dog so i do all for her hes just the dog walker at weekends when hes not working!!,karen

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenben View Post
    but if your husband maybe agreed to raw feed for a few months he will see a difference not only in health but bank balance lol,you will have to keep on at him till he gives in lol,my old man doesnt really care what i feed annie,shes my dog so i do all for her hes just the dog walker at weekends when hes not working!!,karen

    Totally on board with you, we even bought the new freezer last summer to fill it with the new raw diet, when it came to doing just that, he backed out. Germ's , salmonella, big mess, blah blah blah, yatta yatta The freezer is like more that half empty still. He says I have too many dogs to feed raw, and they may fight over the food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    Totally on board with you, we even bought the new freezer last summer to fill it with the new raw diet, when it came to doing just that, he backed out. Germ's , salmonella, big mess, blah blah blah, yatta yatta The freezer is like more that half empty still. He says I have too many dogs to feed raw, and they may fight over the food.
    dogs will fight over fresh air if they feel like it!!!,it can be so much cheaper to raw feed,as for germs as long as you clean up well there is no risk to us humans,dogs stomaches are equipped for germs so that is a bit of a moot point tell him lol,he could at least try it even if its just to shut you up lol,karen

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    Whew...I don't think I would wanna cut in to that bad boy!

    @karenben...has Annie ever had tounge? I always see beef tounge at the store, sometimes on sale. Wondered how it would go over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaAndi View Post
    Whew...I don't think I would wanna cut in to that bad boy!

    @karenben ...has Annie ever had tounge? I always see beef tounge at the store, sometimes on sale. Wondered how it would go over.
    tongue is so expensive here in the uk so i havnt tried her on that,but if i could get it cheap then i would give her tongue,karen

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