Discussing Questions And Answers About Dog Food Made With Turkey

Jenny asks…

I just made a whole turkey for my dog is that bad ?

FUCK you i always give my dog good dog food pretty expensive food and i take good care of him all the time i dont give him any type of human food hes special to me and yes i striped it i wouldn’t give him bone i know that’s really bad for them and i just gave him the meat and they use Turkey in a lot off dog food so its not bad. its not like its fried or something. so calm down ppl -_- he we live , i was just like fuck it today since its thanksgiving my dog deserves a turkey a dinner its the holidays and yes my dog can eat it all with still being hungry hes a mean ass big blue nose dog and vary trained i love hm!

Jimmy answers:

Yes. Especially if you didn’t de-bone it. Plus dogs shouldn’t eat table scraps or people food. (But most of us are guilty of slipping a little something to to the dog under the table, letting them lick the plate, or using them as a vacuum where the kids sit) And an entire turkey most definitely doesn’t classify as a healthy diet for your pet.

But since you already did it, DO NOT feed the whole thing to the dog at the same time.

Ken asks…

What is the healthiest canned dog food?

Jimmy answers:

Canned food can be a great part of your dog’s diet. Don’t listen to anyone who says it will rot their teeth. In studies animals fed dry food only had minimally less plaque and tarter than those fed wet. Also dry food generally shatters and many dogs swallow it whole, so it can not “chip” away at plaque.

Generally the brands that have good quality dry food also make good quality wet food.

I am a big fan of the EVO 95% line. They have turkey/chicken, duck, beef, and venison formulas. They are just meat with added vitamins and minerals so they can be certified as a complete food. The large cans range from $2-$4 depending on the meat, but you are not paying for the weight of fillers.

Also look into wet foods made by Innova, Wellness, Solid Gold, Instinct, Canidae, Fromm (now made in the USA), Merrick, Blue Buffalo, Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul.

Caution: Dogs LOVE wet food. It is smellier and more palatable. A dog that gets used to wet food may refuse dry food because it isn’t anywhere near as appealing. You may want to mix a spoon or two with the dry food at every meal.

Sandra asks…

what kind of home made food can dogs eat??

fruit? vegetbles? meat?.
raw food????

is it ok if they eat cat food sometimes?
ok so is it better than the dog chow or kibbles and bits?

Jimmy answers:

They don’t need fruits and vegetables. Raw foods are perfect. Start them off with one protein source, like chicken, and you can slowly add other things. Yesterday I gave my dogs turkey necks. When you cook the meat, it loses the proteins and minerals and whatnot that the dog needs.

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