- Jan 10, 2016
- Bulldog(s) Names
- Nyala, Jake (R.I.P. Duke)
I’m in the food industry n can tell you “foodborne illness” are mostly from vegetables. Yes of course does happen with meat which that happens as cross-contamination by human. Example using same counter, cutting board with meat with fruits/vegetables, food poisoning etc……I just had a recall from Costco as they know I bought Taylor kit salad. Was the cheese inside, wasn’t right. Last time I ever buy them kits. Anyhoo……Someone new to raw I immediately think foodborne illness. I’m not judging in any way -just need to learn the basics. Can any meat be served raw? @1Chumly I saw there’s a referral bonus on the k9 site if you want to refer me? Let me know what’s needed if you do. It looked like $50 credit if I read it right.
I haven’t tried fish because I wasn’t sure what he could have. The test said, “White-Colored Fish reactivity includes sardines, herring and tuna (and their oils)”. I wasn’t sure what fish was left. I could only think of salmon and that was on the avoid list. I will research that to expand his protein.
It’s so easy to go down rabbit holes with these bulldogs and lose sight of the obvious. I appreciate your time!
We have 7dogs in my family n all on a raw diet. Been over 7yrs. No issues. I simply make sure the raw is taken out from the freezer n fed next day. You also can feed semi-frozen to feel safer.
BTW, these health issues isn’t just in bulldogs. Lots of other breeds have the same problem. 👍