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User: bulldog67
Member Since: Apr 8, 2016

Ph: 0428263703
Mobile: 0428263703
Caboolture, Queensland 4510


Listing ID: 3262
Listing Began: Apr 8-4:21
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Chicken frames and necks fresh

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Description: ATTENTION ALL PET OWNERS ARE YOU SICK OF PAYING TOO MUCH FOR FRESH FOOD FOR YOUR ANIMALS LOCATED NEAR Caboolture hospital
Do you want to feed pets real food instead of horrible tinned and dry food believe me your furbabies will love you for it. Some vets recommend at least 70% of your animals diet should be meat and all dogs should eat
Fresh chicken frames between 12-14 kilo per box $10
Chicken necks approx 12 kilo $25
I take orders through the week chicken is fresh daily and can be frozen very meaty and still has all organs attached fantastic for dogs or cats. I can get them regularly I need a couple of days notice unless I post that I have some available in comments under add. Inbox for mobile number and I can answer any questions you have. I have had a lot of people not showing up so please be considerate before ordering. If you order and change your mind just let me know and I can resell to some one else. We are based at home so hours are very flexible if you need late night or afternoon or early morning pick up I can work with you to find a time that suits.CABOOLTURE PICK UP you can also visit facebook page Caboolture chicken frames.
Pros and Cons of Feeding Chicken Bones
It should first be noted that there is a significant difference between feeding a dog raw chicken bones or cooked bones. Raw bones are somewhat flexible, and dogs are usually able to grind them down small enough to be digested without much difficulty. After cooking, chicken bones become dry and brittle, and they tend to splinter as a dog tries to chew them. That's usually where the trouble comes in.Pros According to veterinary surgeon Tom Lonsdale, eating raw bones is natural for dogs.
The benefits include:
Raw chicken bones contain valuable nutrients that a dog can use, and Lonsdale believes raw, meaty bones should be the bulk of a dog's diet.
Raw chicken, including the bones, is a staple of the healthy raw diet that some owners provide their pets.
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