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(YouTube)   German Shepherd taste tests various treats. Much yum. So noms   (youtube.com) divider line
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816 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 17 Feb 2019 at 8:15 PM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2019-02-17 8:45:01 PM  
I didn't understand any of those subtitles. Is that German? German sounds stupid.
 
2019-02-17 8:46:32 PM  
I have turkey giblets to cook for my dog friend tonight. Last time he would not eat the heart. Gizzard, yes. Liver, yes. Heart, nope.

We'll see if this is repeatable.
 
2019-02-17 10:01:20 PM  

jaytkay: I have turkey giblets to cook for my dog friend tonight. Last time he would not eat the heart. Gizzard, yes. Liver, yes. Heart, nope.

We'll see if this is repeatable.


Maybe he didn't like them cooked.  The owner of the German Shepherd in the video is one of those all-raw-pet-food types
 
2019-02-17 10:17:03 PM  

Chariset: Maybe he didn't like them cooked.


He likes all other meat cooked. anyway, I was unscientific tonight and chopped it into bits. He ate everything.

I used to dogsit for a German shepherd that ate only raw poultry, bones and all. Turkey necks, chicken thighs, whatever was cheap. It was pretty freaky for me at first, because we've all been told dogs must not each chicken bones. It turns out raw bones are fine, cooked bones can splinter.

Bonus: A dog eating only raw meat does not poop much.
 
2019-02-18 3:11:58 AM  
Ok.
 
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