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 Post subject: Can I feed my Max Chuck roast that has been cooked with:
PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2016 12:51 pm 
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Hi,

I am making a stew of Chuck roast marinated in Burgundy wine and simmered with an onion and two Shitake Mushrooms.

All Max will get is meat... no mushrooms or onions themselves.

Is this safe? I know they should not eat mushrooms or onions...

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 Post subject: Re: Can I feed my Max Chuck roast that has been cooked with:
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Depends on Max. As long as he's not one to have a sensitive tummy then it should be fine. He's gonna love you for it!

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 Post subject: Re: Can I feed my Max Chuck roast that has been cooked with:
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It's a no from me just isn't worth it, alcohol is a big no-no and red wine is about as bad as it gets, should of kept a bit of meat back and boiled it.


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 Post subject: Re: Can I feed my Max Chuck roast that has been cooked with:
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Cut a chunk off either feed raw or as James said boil some of it. Just worried about the wine. Could make a stew without the wine.

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Also depends on how much he is getting. if it's just a couple scraps, then it should be fine, but if you plan on giving him half a meal's worth, then maybe not.

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I just feed him a bit with his regular food....
By the time the meat is tender all alchohol is long gone.


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i am sure his eyes were wide and twinkly with pure joy

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Three worst ingredients for dogs in 1 go, surely not.


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To be honest, I wouldn't. Cocker spaniels are high on the list of dogs that get IMHA and one of the things onions trigger is anemia. Since the meat is simmering with the onions in your dish it's sort of hard to figure out if the particular thing in the onions that's the trigger is absorbed into the meat or not and in what amount. As someone that battled with my dog through IMHA (which has a 50% mortality rate) I simply wouldn't take the chance.

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