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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-23-2016, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Burying food

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Just started feeding raw for a month now and we slowly moving into slightly bigger eatable bones. Just last couple of meals Cooper has started burying drumstick. Its rediculously adorable because he checked to make sure that i wasnt looking when he took off to "hide" it. My only concern with that is, will he get sick when he decides to eat it later? And i'm i feeding him too much for him to be exhibiting this behaviour? I would rather him not do it mainly because i'm not particular a fan of it attracting flies etc...
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I don't feed raw, but I recall a thread with a question like yours from a while back. The suggestion was made to feed the dog in his crate.


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Samson likes to bury raw food too,and he keeps moving it to different spots.It is pretty funny!In the winter when it's consistently below freezing I let him.

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