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    Guys I seriously doubt that someone who obviously cares for their dog would laugh while they consumed copious amounts of toxic anything. Black told the vet, the vet says its fine, end of story. Its just another one of those silly moments, like puppies chewing cables, that now that it is over you can grin and shake your head at.
    There is no need to get nasty about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    I never said he "consumed" the liquids. i was mearly adding to my post. I should of worded it better

    Your jumping to a conclusion and causing unnecessary arguments.
    Somthing this forum needs less of.

    Don't freaken tell me i'm jumping to conclusions..... & causing unnecessary arguments.

    I WAS MERELY REPLYING TO YOUR WORDS.

    I'M NOT THE ONE WHO "HAHA'S" OVER MY DOG'S HABITS OF TASTING/LICKING TOXIC LIQUIDS, I WOULD BE ASHAMED OF MYSELF FOR LEAVING SUCH TOXIC LIQUIDS AROUND FOR MY DOG OR MY KIDS TO FIND. BUT THAT'S JUST ME & MY OVER PROTECTION MODE KICKING IN.

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    Im sorry and i apologise for being rude.
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    Well, I shall just sidestep that business and drag this thread off-topic in a completely different direction for a second, if that's okay...

    How do you guys who buy frozen mince then portion it up so it can be defrosted bit by bit? I'm feeling completely ignorant as I can't work out an easy way to do it so I've been stuck bugging my butcher for fresh which is a pain in the arse. Is there some sort of useful kitchen implement that I'm overlooking?

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    Um.. I usually buy fresh then freeze so I just break it into portions before freezing. But on the odd occations that I have got frozen then I use our meat cleaver, break it into protions and put the ones I dont need back again.

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    Buy it fresh, bag it and freeze it..

    Also looking for a better/quicker/cleaner way to bag the meat...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashaari View Post
    But on the odd occations that I have got frozen then I use our meat cleaver.
    sounds like fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    Buy it fresh, bag it and freeze it..
    Yeah, that's what I've been doing. It was the mention of buying frozen that got me wondering if there's an easier way Will have to dig around the kitchen for a cleaver and give that a go...I'm sure I should have one somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    sounds like fun.
    Oh it is bwahahahaq lol
    Just watch for the fingers!! I usually just use it as a wedge, score the meat and force it through. Not as fun at the maniac approach but safer lol
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    I buy my SBT's food/meat fresh, bag flat as possible into 300gr lots & freeze.

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