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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    I am not sure what you are "no"ing about... care to elaborate?



    What do you think wild dogs eat? I am sure the Dingo's on fraser Island will not turn down a rotting piece of fish or meat if they came across it.
    Wasn't bothered to elaborate. I was going out for ice cream

    Also, I am a worrier, I mean those meats that are just a stinking mess are unsuitable. You don't know what could be in there :S

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    NOTE TO EVERYONE!!!

    I am not saying that rotting flesh is all than bad, I'm just saying that non rotting flesh is better on the whole.

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    I dunno. All the TV vets these days say if you wouldn't eat the food cos it's off, don't give it to your dog either.

    I don't know why they say that, given that dogs evolved as rubbish dump scavangers. But I guess it depends on the natural selection. A semi-feral dog in the outback - is going to do better than a fifth generation farm dog or city dog that has only been fed dry dog food (over 5 generations) because the natural selection against dogs that can't cope with dodgy food - is gone.

    I'm stuffed if I know why my dog has such a sensitive stomach but she does. Tho she still likes to forage for roast chicken bones in the back of the footy club car park. Nasty. Dogs don't often make the best call when it comes to their choice of food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KelpieandBCollie View Post
    NOTE TO EVERYONE!!!

    I am not saying that rotting flesh is all than bad, I'm just saying that non rotting flesh is better on the whole.
    Nope. It depends on the dog.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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