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    well got a 4 foot ox tail today,the first time ive fed annie ox tail,how interesting,very very messy but she got a 40 minute work out and was panting after,her jaw must have been aching ,well shes fast asleep now,i had the butcher chop it in half,half today half next week,heres some pics,i have to say that i threw out the towel i fed her on as it was minging !!,the ox tail,annie it,karen

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    Wow Karen she looks possitively pooped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy-licious View Post
    Wow Karen she looks possitively pooped
    she is creamcrackered ,she was actually panting,you know its a fantastic mental work out,they have to think about eating,also so good for the stomache the acids really get moving,mind you i will let you know what her poops are like ,im ready with the liver if shes too firm and more bone if constipated ,pure madness ha ha ,karen

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    Karen... i know i say this a lot, but I'm sure you do not mind ----

    ​she is gorgeous!!!!!!
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    that looks really hard to eat, good thing she got through it, the white on her is so white. She looks fabulous!


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    You can't deny Annie looks amazing! Good work Karen!
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    Love that last pic.

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    I love the scientific part of the raw feeding and the balancing of it all. The creativity of it never lets your friend get bored. How cool is that? WOW I just love the things you feed her Karen and she looks as healthy as any bully I've ever seen.
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    As always, Annie's the prettiest girl in the block.

    @karenben, have you ever tried giving her goat? Or have you heard anything about it? I had two whole goats cut up in 2-3lb pieces a few months ago and they're still sitting in the freezer. I wonder if they can eat every bone ok. I know Punkin may have issues so I give him the softer ones like the shoulder and such, but wondering if you have experience with all the other parts. Stig can chew a turkey leg with no problems so maybe he'll eat goat well too? In my rawfeeding group, they said feeding any part of a goat should be ok, similar to chicken, duck and rabbit.
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    she is a beauty, plus she looks worn out in the last pic. She must have worked really hard on that tail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savemejeebus View Post
    As always, Annie's the prettiest girl in the block.

    @karenben, have you ever tried giving her goat? Or have you heard anything about it? I had two whole goats cut up in 2-3lb pieces a few months ago and they're still sitting in the freezer. I wonder if they can eat every bone ok. I know Punkin may have issues so I give him the softer ones like the shoulder and such, but wondering if you have experience with all the other parts. Stig can chew a turkey leg with no problems so maybe he'll eat goat well too? In my rawfeeding group, they said feeding any part of a goat should be ok, similar to chicken, duck and rabbit.
    her allergy panel came back and shes allergic to goat lol and chicken,karen

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    thanks for your kind comments i try hard ,living with an allergic dog is hard work lol,and raw feeding does help,karen

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