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    Yes to Leo and GSD's. Different butchers and supermarkets leave different amounts of flesh on the carcasses. One shop I know, the carcass is literally just a skeleton with not a shred of anything left on it, hardly any skin either. Yet another shop here they have so much meat and skin I wonder what they took from the carcass! Lol. Obviously I buy from that shop!

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    Human Bean, turkey is just another bird, but they do have a higher fat content. See how your dog likes it, even if you cleave the carcass in half and give a smaller portion first.

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    Tell him it would be a waste to just throw them out & you've just saved $XX on what you would normally spend.

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    LOL, well She absolutely must have the turkey then to go in her new bowl!

    I do love my butcher, he leaves all the innards- Liver, kidneys, giblet even neck still attached- in the carcass as well. Same DA... I wonder what they have actually taken from it! But then it becomes obvious when I buy chicken breast from another butcher, theres is such a nice clean breast with hardly any fat/skin on them, unlike some other shops I buy from that have huge amounts of fat/skin and even some bone left on the breast

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