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    Good morning,

    Glad I found this forum! I'm *extremely* naive regarding hunting, so I apologize in advance if my question ranks as a wee bit clueless.

    I recently adopted a 6 month old Siberian Husky/GSD mix from a NJ rescue shelter, and am looking to feed him on bones/meat/etc.

    I've heard that deer is one of the best foods one can give to one's dog...but one cannot get that at the store. Thus, I'm looking for advice on how I can get deer bones/meat/organs/etc. Are these parts generally "thrown out" when butchering? Would I talk with local (Monmouth) hunters or go directly to butchers? etc.etc.etc.

    Thank you in advance for your time,

    Barb

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    .....sure ....if you want you dog sh*tting all over the house.....mine have gotten into these types of scraps already ....and guess what happens
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    Where are you located in Monmouth county?

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    Welcome grif

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    I'm Sorry...that was rude....Welcome Barb


    I guess if you don't mind cooking for your dog , you'll probably be OK...



    my question is....does this make a DEERCHASER out of a Dog
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    1st post no hi or my name is NO its i want deer bones/meat/organs for my dog i I smell a rat
    if the rabbit did't stop to take a shit the fox Wouldn't got him just saying

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    Welcome! Sounds like you will need a big volume so your best bet is to contact butchers. I bet that husky can eat

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    when i fed my dog venison 1 time she crapped all over the house i had to get pills from the vet to harden her stool..the vet and im sure there will be others that disagrre said you should never feed dogs venison it goes right through them
    i pay to hunt here....do you "pay to hike here"

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    Hello,

    My apologies for not introducing myself much in my first post. My name is Barb and I live nearby Middletown. We just got our dog last week and I've been poring over the raw feed forums; everything I've read has lauded venison/bones/etc. for dogs. This is the first time I've heard it can cause the runs!

    You learn something new everytime.

    Since I'm cooking for my husband and 4 kids and 12 parakeets, I have no problem cooking for Grif too. So far, I've cooked his pork bones but given the beef marrow bones raw. He also likes chicken hearts (will be trying liver soon).

    Huskies apparently eat less than other dogs, so hopefully I'll still have room in my freezer for people foods too.

    Best wishes,

    Barb

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    I am curious about why you feel you want to feed your dog in this manner. I understand it is perfectly natural to feed dogs meat and give them bones to promote good oral health. But traditional dog food is so much easier and cheaper. And I am sure at 6 months of age your pup is already on a commercial dog food so transition to pure protein may be hard on his digestive system.
    As far as domestic dogs I would not suggest feeding them any raw organ meat.
    And I would too would worry about runny stool.
    I know wild dogs and real working huskies eat raw meat but I guess they work enough to burn off the extra fuel and process all the protein.
    This is interesting, good luck.

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