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Dog Food


We feed our big poochy some unusual things. She decided if it’s worth it. We kept scraps from the deer and elk we hunted last fall. Some of it kept in the freezer and some was preserved in our cheap-as-crazy outdoor freezer (compliments of our northern winter: any box on the porch).


Dee udder deer’s udder.

The last piece to give her is a piece of an udder that I’d cut into small pieces. I don’t think it would be humanly edible because the texture was tough and the knife was too lazy about getting though it. Mind you starving people have boiled their leather boots in the past. Never say never.



Dog treats: I spread the pieces out in layers of an old shopping bag and refreeze it.


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2 Responses to “Dog Food”

  1. Naomi says:

    That’s utterly fantastic! Maybe it’s because I have never heard of eating an-udder’s utter, I can’t get my head around it. I’d hate to eat prairie oysters, but I would hate the thought of eating an utter more. I think it’s because it’s a female part. Somehow it’s just not right. Does that make sense?
    It’s not like I wouldn’t consider it, I just don’t like the idea.


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