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Hi there! First I have to ahead of time thank everyone who so far has helped and given me such great advice! My 9 month old Newf is now fully raw. We've hit some snags though. I thought I may be giving him too much bone based on some things I read, BUT he won't eat a bowl of food with out  bone(now his poo is not firm). Well I cut that back then realized he needed more organ meat, but had to freeze it and cut up or he won't eat it. In fact if he's not eating a bone he like ALL HIS MEAT FROZEN!

 

So is it ok if he eats meat chunks that are frozen or should I just do the old, take the bowl away and give it back at the next meal. Should he be eating warmer food?

 

~Nora

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There are times I feed my boys frozen,straight out of the freezer, for example, frozen chicken or duck feet, fresh sardines or pieces of salmon heads.  This doesn't seem to worry either of them and they're mini schnauzers.

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Hadn't much thought about it, Rheneas gets the odd frozen meal on super-hot days, not always though. 

 

But without going into the "did dogs descend from wolves" science, before people/dog relationship evolved, wolves in northern Europe, Alaska etc would have spent six months in winter snow per year, and need to eat left-overs and whatever they could scavenge when game was scarce and harder to catch.  So maybe eating frozen meals is natural to a dog's digestive system - or not??  

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My dogs get frozen pilchards & other fish & frozen turkey necks or chicken drumsticks all the time.  One dog wont eat his fish if it is not frozen

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