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Old 12-02-2012, 08:45 PM
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I've tried Tayla on tripe. She took one sniff and waked away. I put just a small amount in her food and mixed it well. Needless to say she turned her tail and walked away from an entire dish of food because of about a teaspoon of tripe. My 15 year old fell on it like it was a gift from heaven. Move forward a few months and I found beef kidney in the store and thought I'd try it. Again Tayla smelled it, but did take it this time and then immediately spit it out. Jesse again ate that and a couple more small pieces. So tonight I put some in Jesse's dish and she gobbled it up. Put same amount in Tayla's dish, mixed it with yogurt and pumpkin and then her food. The only thing left in her dish were the five small pieces of kidney, which Jesse immediately claimed. Guess some dogs just aren't into organ meats.


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Cosmo is looking at Tayla right now with an "are you serious?" eyebrow.
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My girls prefer their organ meals and fish to be frozen. In fact, they won't eat it unless it's frozen.
Anything else can be thawed or frozen.

Try sprinkling some parmesean cheese on the meat/organs.
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She walked away from green tripe???? She's a first.... most dogs think of it as doggy crack!
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She walked away from green tripe???? She's a first.... most dogs think of it as doggy crack!
Jesse sure did. Tayla acted like I was trying to kill her.
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Seems crazy to me... canned green tripe or fresh/frozen/raw? I started feeding fresh green tripe a couple months ago. My senior looked at it a bit strange the first time. She is very suspicious of new things. I thought she might snub it, but she tried it... with caution. Fast forward a couple meals... now she acts extra perky when she smells it coming. Both my dogs love it! I'm so glad. It is probably THE healthiest raw food you can offer your dog.
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I wouldnt start a raw diet with organ meat, start with pork, chicken and beef and definately hearts


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I wouldnt start a raw diet with organ meat, start with pork, chicken and beef and definately hearts


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While tripe is technically an organ, it is considered a meat in the raw feeding world.


Tripe, heart, tongue and gizzard are all considered meat, not organs. (Or, you can call these "organ meats" if you wish).

Organs are liver, kidney, spleen, pancreas, brain, eyes, etc.

EDIT: Ooops! I see now you did call them "organ meats"
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In the raw feeding world it's a lot more vague, the top of the organ chain are the secreting organs, pancreas, kidney, spleen, then comes other organs like brain and eyes come next, than organs like heart and tripe can be a part of that 80% meat but you don't want them in excess of 20% of the diet


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Tuco - I am not as experienced at raw as you. However, I have been doing extensive reading on the subject. It is my understanding that green tripe is almost considered the "perfect food". Dogs have thrived on a diet consisting of 100% tripe. The only problem encountered was that the dogs began having fertility problems. It was determined that tripe lacks tyrosine (which is abundant in red meat). After adding some red meat to the diet, the fertility problems were resolved. Since this was learned, it sounds like up to 66% green tripe is ok.

Here is a great article from Whole Dog Journal about green tripe (note: it's a .pdf file):
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...43148975,d.aWM

The entire article is a good read, but the first two pages of the article are kinda anecdotal. The best information starts on the third page "Tripe Benefit's".
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