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Old 01-15-2013, 08:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ON a daily basis? lol thats insane.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Wow!! And my wife thinks BARF is pretty radical.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:46 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have pet rabbits, I couldn't get through it.
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I guess the next step would be for them to catch the rabbits themselves. Tuke caught a vole under the snow last weekend, but I made her spit it out.
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Don't see why this is shocking? Perhaps my background in wolf biology makes me immune... this is how carnivores have been eating for millions of years.
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I have to say I'm with Angel I find this kind of thing interesting xD
After all the nature shows/research I've done... Nothing really makes me twitchy. In nature at least. At work, some things do.
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Don't see why this is shocking? Perhaps my background in wolf biology makes me immune... this is how carnivores have been eating for millions of years.
Not shocking to me(except that I have rabbits as pets, imagine if you had a pet lion and fed it dogs. Possibly not the best analogy but best I could come up with), I just have a very weak stomach... Combined with the crunching of bones does not a good combination make - for me. I'm not sure yet if I can feed raw meat(I never have it at home for myself) much less a whole animal, lol.
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Pet alligator and fed it dogs. Yeah, that would be pretty Yuck.

I went through the whole thing, thinking how I probably would have skinned them first, and whether they should be wormed after eating them. And then I realized I totally wasted 5 minutes of my life.
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ON a daily basis? lol thats insane.
Feed nothing but rabbit? No - not only is it not a balanced diet but rabbit is VERY low in fat. Dogs NEED fat.

My guys sometimes catch, kill and eat the wild rabbits here. And back when I raised meat rabbits they got alot of rabbit (I skinned them first).
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