when I was a kid we were taught to not feed the dog chicken scraps, because a neighbor raised chickens. the dog would smell the chickens, bypass the humans and get shot while going to the source. that might explain the no pork thing.Why isn’t there pork fog food?
Any sheep meat they call lambI'm sure there is plenty of pork in dog food. Nobody emphasizes it because it doesn't sound cool like beef or lamb.
A friend of mine worked at a pork plant, he said anything that couldn't walk off the truck was dumped whole down a huge grinder for dog food.I
And whattaya bet the "lamb" in that dog food is 15 yr old barren ewes?
How does roo taste?A lot of dog tucker here in Australia is a mix of lamb/sheep, cattle and Kangaroo bits left over from the meat works.
Kangaroos are generally used as pet food although they're also used for human consumption as well so any thing left over is thrown into dog tucker.
Dog biscuits/kibble is generally wheat based with meat puree sprayed over it and cooked.
It's a very dry/lean meat so you need something with it to add the moisture and it's a meat you basically don't go to hard at cooking it.How does roo taste?
Can’t believe you’d give the lamb to the dogs- they can’t appreciate it like we can!!!we made our own dog food. Started with the boy that was getting old and had a lot of joint issues. He lived to 15. The girl had sensitive stomach, she lived to 16. New dog didn't like it, which boggles my mind.
We picked up lamb and pigs at the 4H auction every year. We kept the lamb chops and had the rest of the lamb ground up. The dog food was a combination of ground turkey, ground pig, and ground lamb along with some other stuff. Lamb at the 4H auction was incredibly cheap. Hogs, we got them as cheap as $0.75/lb. Added rice, eggs and supplements and pressure canned the food.