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Sam and Dillon love their raw diet. Me, however, not so much. I'm already squeamish when it comes to touching raw meat... but when I open a box of turkey necks and half of them have trachea still attached, I just get extremely grossed out. Usually there are a couple that have them... for some reason this batch had a ton.

So I figured I'll share my joy with you all... just a little insight to the fun things raw feeders get to experience ;)

In case you were wondering what a turkey trachea looks like... (since I'm sure you all were...)






And a short vid of the dogs getting their little treat... sorry, bad lighting

 

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ICK ick ick!!! Don't think I could do it! LOL!!

Dillon is just Mr Patience isn't he?? No grabbing, he just calmly accepts his "treat".
 

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just like worms.Not biggie.Did you like to play with worms when you was little?
 

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Eewwwwwwwwwww... that is so sick...

I do love how they just gobbled them up, though.

Get it!?

Gobbled!?

Turkey!?

Gobble gobble!?

Ha...ha... ... ha...
 

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Daisy wants a trachea. Hmmm...how can I find some of those?

LOL, from barbies to tracheas, huh? You've come a long way, baby :smooch:

Next time I get a box full of them again I'll mail her some ;) They are usually stuck to the necks with like, cartilage (??) or something.. those two I actually pulled off the necks to give to the dogs and take pics of. Usually there will be only one or two in the whole 30lb case.. this time there were sooo many!!

LOL ur funny Joho
 

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MY crew will love some too. They always get inside parts from turkey and chicken.
LOL No, I was girly and played with Barbies. hahaha
Barbies-ewwwww!!Worms-yea!!!!loL
 

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Ok, I have to ask, do you feed the turkey necks, as is or cut them up, grind up or anything?
Sierra's got a touchy stomach with some things and I'm always a little leary about trying different things with her. (especially when she's in the house all day alone.)
Just curious...
Karen
 

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Ok, I have to ask, do you feed the turkey necks, as is or cut them up, grind up or anything?
Sierra's got a touchy stomach with some things and I'm always a little leary about trying different things with her. (especially when she's in the house all day alone.)
Just curious...
Karen

I feed them as is. My finicky-tummy dog that used to throw up all the time due to allergies has never had any tummy issues from raw feeding.

I did make sure when we began the diet that he was properly chewing and crunching up his food instead of gulping and trying to swallow whole.

Turkey necks are great doggie toothbrushes.. :)
 
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