Beef hearts

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  1. Mum2mutts

    Mum2mutts New Member

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    Are these Ok to feed??????- I want to make one just to feed little bits as training treats.
    I went to the store to get liver, and raw bones, they didnt have anything except beef hearts........only $1 therabouts- so a good deal if they are good to eat!
     
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    I feed them all the time
     
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    SisMorphine Your Mom

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    I feed beef heart. Not sure how to cook it, though, as I've only ever done raw.
     
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    I also feed them on a regular basis, my dogs love them.
     
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    Mum2mutts New Member

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    Thanks guys!!!
    So I boiled it up after the first reply.............wow, she loves it!

    We have a Rally tomorrow, so I'm going to use it then- always good to have something unique to pull out as incentive.
    Plus with everything so expensive, nice to find a great cheap treat, I went to pet store last night and didnt buy anything...............the price of treats is too prohibitive now
     
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    usually I feed raw too, but I have cut them into strips and browned them in a pan, then used sissors to cut them into small treat sizes and backed them on low heat for a bit in the oven to get rid of the greasy feeling.
     
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    (usually I feed raw too, but I have cut them into strips and browned them in a pan, then used sissors to cut them into small treat sizes and backed them on low heat for a bit in the oven to get rid of the greasy feeling. )

    That soounds good too- I'll try that on the next one
     
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    of course when I wrote that I "backed" them on low heat, I meant "baked" It feels like monday sometimes :)
     
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    skittledoo Crazy naked dog lady

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    I'm so hungry now... not for beef heart of course.... I brown and bake them... for treats... for Bamm not me ;)
     
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    Renee750il Felurian

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    My bunch is crazy about them. They usually just get them raw, but I've boiled them and used the broth over their kibble - heated it up for cold days.
     

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