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Is my puppy husky allowed to eat this?

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by frosty2010, Mar 31, 2011.


  1. frosty2010

    frosty2010 PetForums Member

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    Seems our Salmon is caught in Arctic Waters, and Supermarkets have to freeze it at -20 for a certain amount of time, before putting it on the iced counter.


    Interesting reading on there though :D
     
  2. Salmon farmed in the UK it ays still has to be lightly coooked
    Seriously - have a word with Noushka05

    but sounds like your pupster is a really lucky pup!:D:D:D
     
  3. frosty2010

    frosty2010 PetForums Member

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    I dont understand why supermarkets here have to freeze it 72 hours at -20, and anywhere else in the world its just 24 hours?
     
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    They seem to tolerate goats cheese much better than they do cows milk cheeses x
     
  5. frosty2010

    frosty2010 PetForums Member

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    Brill thankyou, I will try that, comeone recommend cottage cheese before. maybe I should ask his breeder.


    here is a pic of my partner and the little fella that I took at the beach earlier this week. (partner wanted to be blanked out)

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    Aww he is lovely, yes the food is fine, I would freeze any food before feeding it (meat that is) and see if he likes veg raw as it has more vitimens in it if it's not boiled, or you could steam it ;)
     
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