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I've always fed my dogs on cooked rabbit and dry meal but after reading a few topics I am going to start feeding raw rabbit but I would like to mince them up. Do any of you's do this? If you do where did you get your mincer from? I've had a look on ebay but they look too small, also do you gut and skin them before you mince them up?

 

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iv got a hobbart mincer.

i skin and gut them chop them in half and drop them in.

you will give good money for a good one mate.

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Just had a look at them there pal.....too expensive for me. I might have just take a chance on the cheaper ones on ebay it's just they don't look big enough to do a rabbit

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iv had cheaper oness before, they do the job. you just neet to chop rabbits up into sections as they not as powerfull.

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i just use the old hand mincer you can pick em up off the boot sales for a quid ....

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I find the decent mixers to expensive, I take the meat off with a boning knife, its bagged, and frozen, along with the carcass,

Which is fed to the Ferts.

bit of a hassle, realy, but worth it.

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Is this what your on about lads?

thats the ones -- i`ve got 3 old uns here cost a quid for all 3 off car boot :thumbs:

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I find the decent mixers to expensive, I take the meat off with a boning knife, its bagged, and frozen, along with the carcass,

Which is fed to the Ferts.

bit of a hassle, realy, but worth it.

 

why not just chop the carcass into sections and let the dog chomp the whole lot inc bone?

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