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Is there any meat out there that I shouldn't feed Aspen, or is everything OK?
Don't feed processed or seasoned meats such as: Ham, lunch meat, sausage, too much ground meat, etc. Also special care needs to be taken with salmon and some fish. I am not sure what exactly...other people on here can help you with that one.

And then of course meat with large weight bearing bones (mostly beef), and odd shaped bones such as T-bones should be avoided. The weight bearing bones can break teeth, and the odd shaped bones can be chewed down into odd shapes that can potentially cause obstructions if swallowed.
 

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Yeah, I know about the whole weird shaped bone issue. My rule is if it's smaller than his mouth, don't get it. If it has a weird shape, don't get it. I wouldn't be to comfortable feeding him processed/seasoned meats anyway. Just the fresh, good stuff...
 

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I know chicken, beef, pork, venison, turkey, lamb, and certain fish are ok. Are there any others?
 

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well there ya go. whatever you can get your hands on.

duck, pheasant, quail, rabbit, moose, antelope, elk, ostrich...anything.
 

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where do you get it? online or somewhere local? I think I am addicted to finding new meats =).
 

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where do you get it? online or somewhere local? I think I am addicted to finding new meats =).
local. about 5 minutes from my house. :rolleyes:

gonna search other places though. see if i can get it cheaper...
 

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hehe. I don't buy there though. you can search eltoromeats.com and you'll see why. although, bison isn't listed on the site. not sure why...
 

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local. about 5 minutes from my house. :rolleyes:

gonna search other places though. see if i can get it cheaper...
I've actually found bison at walmart before. It was expensive though!

I would say avoid anything a wolf wouldn't eat in the wild. If it's an herbivore, go for it!
 
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