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    I raw feed my dog, and although 75% of her food is not fit for human consumption (straight from abbatoir, green tripe etc), I pick up offal in supermarkets for her. Today she has a rather large and juicy looking ox kidney...

    Only here would anyone understand why I seriously considered having it for myself rather than giving it to her!
    Luckily I had a chicken roasting which smelled rather yummy

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    Yes, I totally understand:



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    • #3
      I so get this.

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      • #4
        i found some alpaca and some wallaby in the pet food shop the other day lol dd was with me so i had to behave but i was tempted. they also do venison hearts and neck bones from the human grade works which are a good standby for when i am out of hunted bones. plus you only get one heart per animal so there is always a fight for that. someone is onto the venison livers and they all go to venison liver jerky for pets i think as i have never found any fresh venison liver for sale anywhere. the liver jerky is meh i reckon but the dog loves it. k9 do some cool dehydrated lamb heart and kidney treats which we always share. other than that, he gets the offal ( livers, kidneys, heart and tripe ) and the fatty mutton bones from the people section of the supermarket and raw chicken wings,legs or necks or frames. the chicken doesnt tempt me but we share the other food. he gets all the silver skin and offcuts from any deer we hunt too. he also co-incidentally happens to be the shiniest healthiest looking dog ever and i am not at all biased

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        • #5
          Most of the supermarket meat we buy comes from the 'pet food' section: liver, kidney, heart, lard, mutton flaps, beef bones, Pugs head.....

          Plus we've just inherited a cat so now we buy actual pet meat too. (He was on the dried stuff when we got him, but he's taken to actual meat quite nicely)
          Disclaimer: I eat 'meat and vegetables' ala Primal, although I don't agree with the carb curve. I like Perfect Health Diet and WAPF Lactofermentation a lot.

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          • #6
            Most of the supermarket meat we buy comes from the 'pet food' section: liver, kidney, heart, lard, mutton flaps, beef bones, Pugs head.....
            the dog doesnt get on with pork at all. he wont eat raw pork and cooked pork makes him vomit or worse.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by magicmerl View Post
              Most of the supermarket meat we buy comes from the 'pet food' section: liver, kidney, heart, lard, mutton flaps, beef bones, Pugs head.....

              Plus we've just inherited a cat so now we buy actual pet meat too. (He was on the dried stuff when we got him, but he's taken to actual meat quite nicely)
              Cannibalism!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by AngryKiwi47 View Post
                Cannibalism!
                What?

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                • #9
                  Dogs are scavengers. Cats are hunters. Big difference.

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                  • #10
                    When I was a kid my mom would give our dogs the egg yolks...would totally steal that now!
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                    • #11
                      We are in the process of switching the pup to a raw diet. I kinda like how the freezer will be so full of meat, though Hubby is terrified I might get a package mixed up and serve him doggy tripe rather than steak.
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                      • #12
                        Haha, I have a specific dog food freezer and believe me, you will NEVER get green tripe mixed up, the smell is something else (not in a good way)!

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                        • #13
                          i have a specific dog tucker fridge too but i do mix and match the freezers. and yes, no way you could get green tripe mixed up. or not for long.

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