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And where do you get them from? Rosie loves chicken wings and I'm alwasy looking for other things for her (get me - she used to be a nightmare for trying new foods before I put her on Natural Instinct!)
 

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No wastage. Milly had same and both love them.

I feed mine half Raw and half kibble so they either have breakfast or tea which is RAW and other meal kibble.

Monty has about 150g of RAW per meal. Unless it is prize choice minces then he gets about 200-250g per meal.

So I weigh everything.

Tomorrow is chunky tripe- best not photograph him eating that :D
 

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And where do you get them from? Rosie loves chicken wings and I'm alwasy looking for other things for her (get me - she used to be a nightmare for trying new foods before I put her on Natural Instinct!)
These were Prize choice frozen Poultry necks. I do know some pets at home stock the range but I have a supplier near me who is cheaper.

It's easy just take out the amount you want and defrost and off you go. Great for teeth cleaning too.

I am fairly recent to RAW too but another forum I use has lots of RAW feeders and has some great advice.

But remember always introduce new foods gradually. Best to start on one food group such as chicken/turkey and when dogs are ok with that then introduce lamb etc...

If you want to add something different to give variety to your NI food try:

Poultry necks ( chicken or turkey)
Chicken Backs
Chicken feet
Fish- mine had sprats the other day and loved them!! ( mackerel- pilchards are good)
Lamb rib bones
 

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Thanks Shirley! I will try all of those out! I got a few different flavours of NI and have absolutely no problems introducing her to them. My personal theory is that she ias a problem with cereal. The only relapses we've had (all of which have been really minor) have been when she has scavenged something off the children that has some sort of cereal content.

Can you give the turkey necks frozen? Rosie loves her chicken wings still frozen.
 

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Thanks Shirley! I will try all of those out! I got a few different flavours of NI and have absolutely no problems introducing her to them. My personal theory is that she ias a problem with cereal. The only relapses we've had (all of which have been really minor) have been when she has scavenged something off the children that has some sort of cereal content.

Can you give the turkey necks frozen? Rosie loves her chicken wings still frozen.
I can't see why not but not 100% sure.

A lot of dogs have wheat allergies and watch any treats you give as they may contain it.

I'm off to a chinese supermarket this week - a great tip off a RAW feeder.

I'm off to see if I can get any chicken feet or duck tongues :p:p he he I saw them on another forum and I said :

I hope there are not a lot of ducks going around going " Q Q Q " instead of " Quack Quack"

It's my silly SOH :D
 

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I get turkey and duck necks from RawtoGo and I do give them frozen. :) They are a great sized meal, Daisy is not hungry after one but she always eats it all which is good as it means she wont be off to look for a hiding place for it! :rolleyes:
 

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So Canadian thanksgiving is coming next weekend...I have only ever given lady one raw meal...Can I just give her the turkey neck out of the turkey?? is there anything that I have to do to it before I give it to her???
 

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I don't believe so....just dont cook it! :D You could always dip it cranberry sauce! xx
 

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I don't believe so....just dont cook it! :D You could always dip it cranberry sauce! xx
hahha!!! Thanks! I will have to get some pics of lady tucking into it....tho I may be throwing up in the corner....a better job for Hubby I think!
 
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