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1 hour ago, Rabbit Hunter said:

I'm very suspicious of feeding chicken wings or legs now tbh. Greedy terriers seem to guzzle them down too fast without chewing them.

I had a bitch a few year back that died in strange circumstances, I always thought it was an infection from a bad fox bite but the raw chicken bones played on my mind too. I also know of another lad that gave his dog a chicken wing and when he went back out a few hours later the dog was dead, had swallowed it without chewing and choked on it.

I've fed chicken wings for 25yrs and never had a problem RH.with pups I used to smack them a good few times with a lump hammer on a chopping block.so the pups can get them down.

I've got 1 of these now it's very handy as there's a small hammer bit on the back.now I can smash boney meat and chop with the same tool.

 

 

 

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Always feed raw, I use just natural complete minces, they are really chunky unlike a lot of others which are too much like paste and also feed wings and carcasses. 

Also I never understand why people feed their dogs and don’t watch until they have finished and then accidents won’t happen. 

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6 hours ago, Night Walker said:

Anyone know who's selling good minced tripe in South Wales?

Happy hounds sell all minced meat mate and they in South Wales 

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12 hours ago, Saluki71 said:

 

Also I never understand why people feed their dogs and don’t watch until they have finished and then accidents won’t happen. 

Everybody has different methods. 

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13 hours ago, king said:

I've fed chicken wings for 25yrs and never had a problem RH.with pups I used to smack them a good few times with a lump hammer on a chopping block.so the pups can get them down.

I've got 1 of these now it's very handy as there's a small hammer bit on the back.now I can smash boney meat and chop with the same tool.

 

 

 

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Fucks sake I thought you said you 'smack your pups with a lump hammer'. Spat my tea out lol.

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8 hours ago, jukel123 said:

Fucks sake I thought you said you 'smack your pups with a lump hammer'. Spat my tea out lol.

Lol I just read it and it does come across like that lol

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31 minutes ago, king said:

Lol I just read it and it does come across like that lol

Still youve got to show them whos boss.:acute:

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20 hours ago, dark-destroyer-85 said:

Happy hounds sell all minced meat mate and they in South Wales 

Thanks mate

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1 hour ago, jukel123 said:

Still youve got to show them whos boss.:acute:

The tounge is stronger than the arm mate.

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I always have a bag of gain 28 in because I do forget to defrost the raw food for the dogs but I also use it as s mixer also. I have a local butchers where I get beef mine 5lb for £1.25 I use another place for the rest of my raw which is lamb, tripe, chicken carcus, ducks neck, heart liver etc and they also sell a few of there mixed meat packs also which is mostly a combination of two meats.   I fill my freezer with mackerel thro the summer and that tends to last me all winter also.

I also like to feed all table scraps even if be a take away.     Veg when ever I can and I like to chuck in a tin of plum tomatoes at least once a week (I don't realy know why but I remember an old greyhound man telling me it was good for them). I also give them bones every couple of weeks and I have lamb lac powder that I also give as a drink one every other week as a source of calcium keep there bones and teeth strong 

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Frozen flesh won't harm them best ways give it them in summer no need to worry of turning when they chew, it goes down thawed mine get frozen lots and throw the gain Iin the bin best place for it .atb bunnys

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