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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Fifty Pounds of Chicken Necks - Yum!

 Good morning

Under all that ice in that box you'll find 50 pounds of chicken necks.

These are part of the raw diet our three pups enjoy.  Our friend, Bill, picked up the box of chicken necks for us and Kjell is "packing them down" in smaller plastic containers so I can put them in the basement freezer to be thawed and fed to the pups as needed.

Of course, Kjell had lots of help and advice while packing down those necks.  ;)

Happy Weekend!


Rose said...

I think they want them now!

Sherry said...

"If we stand here long enough, he won't be able to resist our cute face."

Lois Evensen said...

You are both right, Rose and Sherry! Kjell gave them each a back with neck attached. Generally, they get either a back or neck every day. This was a bonus day for the kids! ;)

Hootin' Anni said...

I guess the bones are small enough the don't do harm?!!

Lois Evensen said...

Yes, Anni, the bones are safe for the dogs. Our dogs have had nothing but raw diet since we brought them home as puppies and they are all healthy and live longer than average for their breed.

Regarding raw diet, think of what the dogs (and wolves) would eat in the wild. They'd love to catch a chicken, bunny, bird, or other small creature and devour it for a good meal. They don't stop to cook it first. ;)

Thanks for stopping by! I love visiting your blog, too!

Tanya said...

The doggies look happy about it. I wouldn't be happy about handling chicken necks though...