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Balancing RAW

Started by Joani, Skadi & Elli. Last reply by Joani, Skadi & Elli May 18, 2018. 6 Replies

I am trying to learn all I can from several RAW sites.  I ordered some freeze dried tripe ...very expensive ...and it says 1 cup serving.  Whoa, that would empty my little bag in no time.  My…Continue

What do you do for heart worm and tick control?

Started by Neptune. Last reply by Lynda Kamrath Apr 7, 2018. 4 Replies

after feeding raw for two years I am now starting to worry about the toxins in heart worm and tick & flea treatments.  It is winter in nh so I am taking a break but looking for answers before the…Continue

Newbie to Raw food feeding!

Started by Clarice Leung. Last reply by Neptune Jan 20, 2018. 4 Replies

Hi I am new to the raw food feeding. my puppy he's now 4 months old. I would like to start him to raw food diet. and i just ordered Darwin's brand. Can anyone help me with the portion i need to start…Continue

Any Active Members in this Group?

Started by Mark Wilson. Last reply by Mark Wilson Sep 27, 2017. 5 Replies

I've been feeding my pup raw food for three months.  Looking to share experiences and tap into the knowledge of others. Continue

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Comment by Jen and Annie on January 24, 2013 at 1:47pm

Sounds like a plan.  Pigs feet as an appetizer, with a few country style ribs as the main course. 

Comment by LucyR on January 24, 2013 at 1:25pm

I think pigs' feet and pork hocks are both OK.  However they are very fatty.  I give Ozzie pork hocks but try to get the skin off! 

Comment by Jen and Annie on January 24, 2013 at 11:28am

Andrea - is pork hock the same as pigs feet!?  I was at a spanish market and they had raw pigs feet in the butcher case, so I bought two.  They are in the freezer at the moment - but has anyone ever given pigs feet to their dogs?

Comment by Jen and Annie on January 22, 2013 at 1:51pm

We got ourselves some pork riblets.  They will sit in the freezer for 5 days, because I'm weird like that haha.  But my husband and I are eating some country style ribs ourselves in a few days, so I'll give them a little taste when I'm preparing ours... I'm sure they are going to love it - they love anything we put in front of them. Including stinky pee-smelling beef kidney and liver... ugh, I hate cutting that stuff up - my hands smell like cow pee for hours.

Comment by Heather & Jake on January 22, 2013 at 1:35pm

Pork is one of Jake's main meats... as well as for my parents two dogs.  It is a great inexpensive red meat and we've never had a problem... while I mainly buy shoulder roasts I don't worry about freezer time once I get it home as much of it has been previously frozen (not ideal but it's what's available)... although I do buy quite a bit at once and much of it will be refrozen for a month or so before getting around to it :)

Comment by Trudy Harlow on January 21, 2013 at 3:41pm

They will love the rib bones -- Paddy does.  It's his favorite type of bone, actually.  I buy St. Louis style racks of ribs at BJ's and slice them into 3-4 rib portions, then freeze.  The end ribs, the small ones, are very soft indeed.

Comment by Jen and Annie on January 21, 2013 at 12:26pm

Ohh boy - I have some country style spare ribs in the freezer now, since Saturday.  When those come out to go in the crock pot for us - I guess the girls will get a taste for themselves....

Any pork bones that should not be fed? I guess I could just monitor like I do with the beef rib bones - once they've picked it clean, time to replace it..

Comment by Trudy Harlow on January 21, 2013 at 12:09pm

I too feed plenty of pork -- Paddy loves it.  I do generally freeze it first, but not always.  Go for it, Jen!  It's a good meat for your dogs.  Promise.

Comment by Jen and Annie on January 21, 2013 at 11:58am

So, because I'm a worry wart, Andrea...

Tell me that if I freeze pork for 4-5 days before giving it to my dogs - it will kill any trichinella spiralis that potentially could be in the pork I purchased.  IF freezing kills any parasites that might be in it - we're getting pork next time I go to the store...  

Comment by Jen and Annie on January 21, 2013 at 10:42am

Someone talk me into trying pork for my ladies.  I have always been afraid of pork because I read one time that there are some parasites or bacteria specific to pork that can make your dog very sick (tricho-something).  My girls have only ever had chicken, turkey, beef and fish. 

Something scared me away from pork long ago, so I've never given it to them.  But, when the grocery doesn't have the beef rib bones that the girls like so much, I'd like to pick up pork, if someone can talk me into it...

 

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