Can dogs eat deer meat?

Asked By: Deron Monahan
Date created: Wed, Nov 25, 2020 7:27 PM
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Venison is a good source of B vitamins and minerals such as zinc, phosphorous, and iron. It helps dogs maintain healthy energy levels and many dogs enjoy the taste. Pet foods containing venison are a good option for dogs who may have food sensitivities or allergies to other protein sources such as beef or chicken.
Answered By: Precious Dibbert
Date created: Thu, Nov 26, 2020 9:30 PM
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Venison is an extremely rich meat for dogs so unless they're working, they get really fat, really fast.

Don't give them just the meat alone.

The organs, bones, and connective tissue are the most dog pleasing, nutritious parts.

They also love the tongue and nose for some reason.

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Bacterial Contamination

Venison, or deer meat, is frequently used in fed raw feeding programs. It can be a nutritious source of lean protein for dogs. As with all wild game, however, feeding venison has its risks. Raw deer meat, even from carefully harvested deer, can harbor bacteria and hidden illnesses.
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Venison is a good source of B vitamins and minerals such as zinc, phosphorous, and iron. It helps dogs maintain healthy energy levels and many dogs enjoy the taste. Pet foods containing venison are a good option for dogs who may have food sensitivities or allergies to other protein sources such as beef or chicken.
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Can you feed a German Sheperd raw meat? It is safe to feed a dog raw meat as long as it is fresh and has been thoroughly washed… Your dog doesn't care if the meat is raw or cooked, he just wants some. Though if given the choice, he would prefer take it as is, no need for cooking.
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Venison, or deer meat, is frequently used in fed raw feeding programs. It can be a nutritious source of lean protein for dogs. As with all wild game, however, feeding venison has its risks. Raw deer meat, even from carefully harvested deer, can harbor bacteria and hidden illnesses.
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Venison, or deer meat, is frequently used in fed raw feeding programs.

It can be a nutritious source of lean protein for dogs.

Careful handling, both at the time of butchering and at the time of preparation or feeding, can minimize the risks that come with giving your dog venison.

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Pet foods containing venison are a good option for dogs who may have food sensitivities or allergies to other protein sources such as beef or chicken.

Venison can be included in homemade raw-food diets for dogs, but make sure to consult your veterinarian before switching your dog over to a raw-food meal plan.

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