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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-10-2018, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Have you tried raw fish to your GSD ? If yes, what kind and size ? My puppy eats raw chicken leg, thigh and feet without any issue.

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Yes, but i have only fed raw sardines. Do not feed raw pacific salmon.
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The only fish I feed is canned salmon, mackerel, tuna- if canned they have been steamed so not raw. I'd be afraid of

the many parasites that raw fish have.
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Tessa gets some chopped mackerel in with her food. We buy them whole and frozen from a local store.
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2-3 times a week I feed one of raw sardines, herring, mackerel and occasional farmed salmon. I just give them the whole fish frozen. They eat it up no problem and I don’t have to worry about thawing it and stinking up place - win/win
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Just sardines. Hare Today Gone Tomorrow sells nice packed big frozen sardines. I worry about the toxicity in too many of the other fish varieties.

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Tilapia is supposed to be safe if you can find it. I freeze chicken before feeding for a week just in case,
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