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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    I have the same outlook on Oskar as I do my kids....if they are hungry, they will eat it, because I don't run a bloody resturaunt lol
    same thing we did now nugget will eat any thing unless its gone off or it gone bad she smart
    we when supercoat puppy to she was 1 year old now i give her working dog kibble my mum whont let me give her raw
    but she keeps trying to give her things i dont whant nugget to have eg oinons or off mince left overs that have gone bad with the off meat nugget dose not touch it at all with is a good thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by grevillea47 View Post
    BD,I was told that pup's under 6 months don't have a good gag reflex and shouldn't be given anything large enough to choke on, so until Misha was old enough I'd chop the chicken necks into smaller sections. She is 13 months now and loves chomping through a whole chicken neck or wing.
    I gave Beau a couple this morning with his breaky to see how they'd go. He liked them, i did only give him the smaller ones though.

    Are these best for treats or just with reg meals?

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    I give them as part of Banjo's meals. For treats she gets beef bones.

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    Hmm, I am thinking maybe we should jazz up Oskar's meal times..he seems to be getting bored with the plain old dry food...might look into giving him some sardines occasionally, just to break it up a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    Hmm, I am thinking maybe we should jazz up Oskar's meal times..he seems to be getting bored with the plain old dry food...might look into giving him some sardines occasionally, just to break it up a bit.
    LOL He cant not be as fussy as Beau...Geeeze this kids is shocking lol!

    Beau now gets sardines 3 times a week with Biccies. He loves them sooooo much they dont even touch the sides. 3 times is just enough though, any more and his poops get nasty lol.

    He is also loving chicken, lamb and turkey mince raw with biccies. Ive recently added some chicken necks too and he loves them.


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    LOL nah he is pretty good, I just feel sorry for him, having to eat the same stuff day in day out, just want to give him some variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    LOL nah he is pretty good, I just feel sorry for him, having to eat the same stuff day in day out, just want to give him some variety.
    Not 100% sure whats in pet mince from the butchers (will ask next time), but Beau tried that this morning and ate it all. Fresh, it was also only like $1.50/kg.

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    That is extremely cheap!! LOL, I wonder what the fat to meat ratio was though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    That is extremely cheap!! LOL, I wonder what the fat to meat ratio was though!!
    That was my first thought, After a close examination i could tell there was a couple of different meats in it.

    Will ask next time i am up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaus daddy View Post
    I gave Beau a couple this morning with his breaky to see how they'd go. He liked them, i did only give him the smaller ones though.

    Are these best for treats or just with reg meals?
    Sohpie gets them every morning for breakfast, plus homemade meat and vegie meatballs for dinner (about 50/50 mince to veggies blitzed in the processor - celery tops, silverbeet stalks, garlic, brocoli, carrots). Punkin is great for them too, but didn't have any on hand. Loves them... and her poop is lovely, and turns white rapidly and is odour-free - woopy woop woop!

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