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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-16-2013, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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So I want to feed Kono some fish. What kind of fish do you feed? I though of salmon and maybe sardines. Any types of fish that I should avoid? I am also going to freeze it for a few days to make sure its nonparasitic. How do you package them in a freezer? I bought some ziplock containers but should I still package them in the bags? Also how do you prepare the fish? Bones out? No head? Everything?

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I do salmon mackerel and sardine...ground up heads and all...I do have it scaled and the innards pulled. I use Reditainer for the freezer.


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whatever fish we're having for dinner my dog has
the samething. the fish is filleted and cooked.
when i give him canned fish it's in water, no salt added.
when i freeze fish i wrap it in plastic wrap then place
it in a freezer bag. i don't give my dog bottom feeders.
it probably won't hurt him.
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You shouldn't feed any raw salmon from the west coast.

Salmon Poisoning Disease

Salmon, steelhead present hazard to dogs - Spokesman.com - Nov. 8, 2009

Personally I'd stick with smaller fish like sardines. Just toss them in a ziploc bag and stuff them in the freezer. No real special prep. Just toss it in the bowl come feeding time.

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I work in a Fish Market..I agree no raw salmon.

I do feed alot of salmon poached, if you do bones, I throw a half a salmon (head and all) in a pot and let it boil down for hours,,then mash it up (I usually throw out the head)..this is a skinned half salmon.

But any salmon I use is poached, retain liquid as well..I've fed sardines/mackeral, just me, but I never feed it raw

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