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Beef Gullet

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pattytrent

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Hi guys, just got a order of gullet and I am not sure how to feed this and how much. Is it considered an organ or is it meat. Do I need to feed a small portion or can I give my GSD the whole thing? I am kinda lost on some of this stuff. I also got green tripe and so far they are not sure about it. Maybe feed it to them frozen first? It's some gross stuff. Lol
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naturalfeddogs

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Gullet, I believe is more of a cartlidge, which is really good for joints. I have fed whole gullets when I have fed them. They make good treats dehydrated as well. 

 

As far as tripe, I personally have never fed it, but I have never heard of a dog who doesn't like it. The stinkier the better! Tripe is full of digestive enzymes, but start slowly because too much can cause some cannon butt. And yes, you could try to feed them both frozen. That may make them even better!







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