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12-02-2012 05:45 PM
Narny None of its good... send it to my house and I will dispose of it for you!

Make sure you freeze the meat for at least 3 days before feeding it. There could be parasites and they will die if there are any in that time.
12-02-2012 05:41 PM
phgsd All of the meat is fine. I wouldn't feed weight bearing bones (leg bones). If you have chronic wasting disease in your area, don't feed the spine.
12-02-2012 05:02 PM
BroncoK I would guess anything except maybe where the bullet went in, in case there is bullet shrapnel. Mine will eat anything any way, and i have heard of others letting theirs snack on the head . Are you a part of facebook? There is a few raw feeding groups that offer some great advice!!
12-02-2012 03:57 PM
Deer Meat? Whats good?

My fiancé is going hunting for deer tomorrow and I was wondering what bones are okay for my dog to eat. (16 months old)? Also what meats are okay to feed him from a wild deer? Are cut off scraps okay? What cuts of meet are safe?


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