Mussels/Oysters, Octopus for dogs?

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  1. girlbuffalo1

    girlbuffalo1 New Member

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    Are these things acceptable to feed to dogs? I tried to feed some to Wrigley last night from some strange seafood medly we bought at Walmart (didn't realize there was mussels in it which I do not like)--I've never even seen a food with little octopus's in it--so that was weird to. I tried feeding them raw and he wouldn't touch them (would spit them out) then tried cooking them with a little butter--he still wouldn't eat them. This is a dog who will eat lint off the rug, he'll eat pretty much anything I've never seen him refuse food---so are these acceptable foods and Wrigley just doesn't like them or ??
     
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    I don't see why he couldn't eat them. Some dogs are just pickier than others.
     
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    maybe he learned his eating habits from you? ahha
     
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    Well.......I would probably eat them all myself and there wouldn't be any LEFT for the dog. Incidently, the "little octopi" are calamari.
     

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