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Sunday lunch (BARF)

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Malmum, Mar 27, 2011.


  1. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    Everyone loves Sunday lunch! :)

    Big dogs.

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    Tripe mince, chicken mince, breast of lamb, pigs kidney, lambs liver, chicken wing and fresh veg.

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    Little dogs.

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    Breast of lamb, pig kidney, lambs liver and veg.

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    Took 30 mins to prepare - gone in 60 seconds, lol! :rolleyes:

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    They'll have a small tea - little dogs, one chicken wing, a small whole carrot and two mange tout - big dogs, two chicken wings, a whole carrot and four mange tout. Followed by a cereal bowl of goats milk and raw egg.
    Now that's what I call a nice healthy, yummy Sunday. ;)
     
  2. babycham2002

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    Ah just lovely mine have had lambs kidney, chicken wings for little uns and chicken quarters for the big un, carrot and parsnip not as lovingly prepared and layed out as that though :001_smile:
    Later is more chicken and some heart. This'll be the first time ive fed heart.
     
  3. SixStar

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    Sunday is a rest day for mine so no grand dinners for my boys! Veg and egg this morning and just some chicken wings later.

    I'm sure they'd much rather come and live with you and get dinners like that :D
     
  4. Souris

    Souris PetForums Senior

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    Yum- looks like the dogs really enjoyed their dinner!

    Pixel's not had his second meal yet, but I may join you and take a few pictures.(If you don't mind me adding pictures to this thread, mind!) He had tripe with a bit of kidney for breakfast, and there's a bone in chicken thigh with his name on it for tea.
     
  5. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    Ooow no - the more pics the merrier ;) gives first timers an idea of what to eventually aim for.
    Anyone else got pics? I like to see what other's feed too. :)

    Excuse the chewed bowls - that'll be Flynn, he likes to chuck them around a bit and doesn't care who's bowl it is either, lol.
     
  6. rawdogs

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    That looks better presented than the roast i served up today:eek:,Wilma won,t touch veg in any shape or form so i don,t bother,though she will help herself to fallen apples .
     
  7. shoreset

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    Kaiser has ox cheek mince this morning and a lamb breast for dindins. I think if I faffed around taking photos before giving it him he'd start having a hissy fit :rolleyes: No veggies for him today because he doesn't like them lol
     
  8. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    You had roast? Lucky you! ;) I can't be doing with all that cooking stuff, we've got pizza's lol! :eek:

    Don't mind spending a little time on the dogs dinners though, they never complain and always enjoy! ;)
     
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    babycham2002 PetForums VIP

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    Better late than never (the pictures that is not the dogs dinner :D )

    Willow enjoying a turkey drumstick
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    The lil boys looking on jealously
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    Percy and his wing
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    Rocky and his wing
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    Willows portion of heart chopped up this evening
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    Tommorrow Im going to do it all up nice like yours :thumbup:
    Hmm must remember to get it out of the freezer would be a start
     
  10. DirtyGertie

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    Piccies - yes please, as a raw newbie I need all the help I can get at the moment :D.

    Malmum Your meals look lovely. With your little 'uns, I see you've cut the meat up into little chunks. I held Poppy's half of chicken breast fillet today as she gobbled the lot in less than 60 secs yesterday, I'm sure it fair slid down, certainly the last piece did. I've got some blended veg in the freezer which I put in with the Naturediet/Burns meals she has, saw it on another thread here and whizzed up a load in my food processor. I might try her on veggie ice cubes next raw day!
     
  11. Malmum

    Malmum PetForums VIP

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    Lol - should see my family meals - freezer, microwave, plate - simples! :D
     
  12. Blondie

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    Fabby pictures!!

    Looks like our house, where OH says dogs are better fed than him, PMSL!!!
     
  13. kat&molly

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    So true, I said to OH that the dogs think every bit of meat in this house is for them-he said it normally is:D
    Malmum, those dinners look fab:)
     
  14. catz4m8z

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    Looks really healthy.:)
    Do the little dogs manage the bones ok??
    I do kibble am and raw mince pm. I tried giving them chicken wings but Adam just couldnt chew the bones at all, he resorted to guarding them instead.:(
     
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