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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Feed it frozen!

    Ok I will! Thank you

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    Feed it frozen!
    I've been feeding it frozen but just wondering if I can throw his meal the night before in the fridge? Just so it's not too frozen, or is it safer frozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalLily View Post
    I've been feeding it frozen but just wondering if I can throw his meal the night before in the fridge? Just so it's not too frozen, or is it safer frozen?
    Frozen kills all bacteria n parasites. Why you feed frozen. Im in the food industry any there is NO way I would thaw out meat for my dogs. Ive seen too many issues. It's not like in the wild wolves hunting their dinner. There's no humans involved. But that's me. I never had issues with frozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Frozen kills all bacteria n parasites. Why you feed frozen. Im in the food industry any there is NO way I would thaw out meat for my dogs. Ive seen too many issues. It's not like in the wild wolves hunting their dinner. There's no humans involved. But that's me. I never had issues with frozen.
    Thank you! He doesn't mind it frozen either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalLily View Post
    Would a chicken wing be enough bone for the meal?
    Please correct me if I am wrong, but, as I remember, the chicken wing bone type is a NO-NO for any dogs, those are very sharp and can damage their stomach... Or its a myth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rostov View Post
    Please correct me if I am wrong, but, as I remember, the chicken wing bone type is a NO-NO for any dogs, those are very sharp and can damage their stomach... Or its a myth?
    Myth...

    Also if wings are given to the dog always remove the fat. Dogs dont need that type of fat. I give wings as a treat since it’s more bones than meat plus has no organs so basically it’s not balanced properly as a meal.

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    My morning routine is,, i start my tea water, get Hanks food out of freezer, pour my pot of tea, and pour some of the leftover water over his frozen food, and serve... he likes either way, but then i can stur it up better when i add his tumeric/pepper mix..

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