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Someone has offered me some meat, but I just wanted to make sure that my dog can eat it all:

Goose-Breast meat
Duck-Breast meat
Chicken- drumsticks, thighs, and boneless breast
Pork Chops-Bone in
Deer-boneless chops
Beef-boneless roast


She is a rhodesian ridgeback, so I don't know if drumsticks and thighs are too small for her...

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Someone has offered me some meat, but I just wanted to make sure that my dog can eat it all:

Goose-Breast meat
Duck-Breast meat
Chicken- drumsticks, thighs, and boneless breast
Pork Chops-Bone in
Deer-boneless chops
Beef-boneless roast


She is a rhodesian ridgeback, so I don't know if drumsticks and thighs are too small for her...

Thanks!
She can't eat the Goose, Duck or Deer.... let us come pick it up from you to properly dispose of it :tongue:












No problem with ANY of that meat :wink:
 

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She can't eat the Goose, Duck or Deer.... let us come pick it up from you to properly dispose of it :tongue:
No problem with ANY of that meat :wink:
HAHAH I was like WHAT? I distinctly remember feeding Bailey some very beautiful deer meat :biggrin:

What about pork chops with the bone in? I am not sure what size of bone chops are.
 

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Someone has offered me some meat, but I just wanted to make sure that my dog can eat it all:

Goose-Breast meat
Duck-Breast meat
Chicken- drumsticks, thighs, and boneless breast
Pork Chops-Bone in
Deer-boneless chops
Beef-boneless roast


She is a rhodesian ridgeback, so I don't know if drumsticks and thighs are too small for her...

Thanks!
I would not hesitate with any of it. Knowing Jemma, she will chew up the drumsticks pretty well...Akasha has swallowed a whole drumstick before (this is when she was a very little puppy) and it didn't cause her any problems.

The only other thing that I would keep an eye on is the bone in pork chops. Take a look at the bone and if it seems to be an "odd" shape I would let her clean the bone of the meat but then take the bone from her. I don't like odd shaped bones.
 

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The only other thing that I would keep an eye on is the bone in pork chops. Take a look at the bone and if it seems to be an "odd" shape I would let her clean the bone of the meat but then take the bone from her. I don't like odd shaped bones.
Ok sounds good...are chops weight bearing bones? I am not very familiar with meat cuts and bone names...
 
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