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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 07:16 PM
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Salmon poisoning. Wild Trout carry can carry it, as well.
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 03:24 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the info guys. I’m in PA and these are stocked trout. I’ve been feeding them to my dog with no problems at all. I might start buying whole trout at the market to feed my dog occasionally because my frozen ones I caught will be all gone soon!
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You might want to put it in a dehydrator, that way it isn't raw. When I work at an animal hospital in San Diego, we had dogs come in that very sick from eating trout that was raw and they almost died. Be very careful with it.
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I said usually because there have been repeat cases, but they're rare! I used to work at a salmon hatchery in the PNW, and everyone who worked there brought their dog to work with them. All of the dogs got Salmonella, or salmon poisoning, but none that I knew personally ever got it again...



Salmonella is present in nearly all fish in the PNW, but it gets spread around by seagulls who've eaten the fish too, so it can and does occur outside the PNW. Just not frequently.
Salmon poisoning is caused when dog consumes raw salmon (or related species) that contains flukes ( Nanophyetus salmincola) that carry bacteria ( Neorickettsia helminthoeca).

The OP is in Pennsylvania where salmon poisoning is not an issue.
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Deedee what was bad about the raw trout? Was it the bones?
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Ive fed my dogs fresh caught trout, but I boiled the filets to make a sort of soupy fish stew to pour over their kibble. There was definitely plenty of meaty bits as well. They love it.

Also I’m in the western Carolinas.
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