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Author Topic: Canned Wild Alaskan Salmon  (Read 2287 times)
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Wilbur
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« on: October 08, 2007, 05:48:59 AM »

I was not sure which thread title to post this!!!

Hi Everyone,

I am trying to do more homecooked and less kibble. My dog gets kibble for his morning meal ( he gets 2 meals per day ), and I try to do homecooked at nite for his evening meal. His evening meals are now either chicken breast, 1 hard boiled egg, or broiled hamburger. I mix in green beans and apple sauce (unsweetened). I would like to add Salmon as an additional meal as well..

My grocery store sells canned Bumble Bee Varieties:

Canned Alaska Sockeye Red Salmon
Canned Blueback Salmon
Canned Wild Alaska Pink Salmon

I want to feed this 2 times per week...
Does this sound like a good idea???
Thank You
Wilbur
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JanC
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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2007, 07:02:15 AM »

Wilbur:  I buy Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon when it's on sale.....the small cans are good for about two meals, the big ones maybe about four meals.  Not sure how long it would last in the fridge so I try to use it up within a couple of days.  I do mix it with chicken & veggies but I think the big can lasts through maybe four meals.  I rinse it because I'm not sure how much salt is in it.

I don't feed it often, just now & again.  I'm not a fish eater so I really know little about any kind of fish but I do suspect, because it's canned, it probably has a lot of salt.

Maybe somebody else knows more than I do.....which is very little....... Undecided
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« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2007, 09:11:50 AM »

Wilbur-Almost everything canned has salt. Just make sure you rinse it well.
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« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2007, 10:36:16 AM »

Wilbur-Almost everything canned has salt. Just make sure you rinse it well.
      Have you considered the dehydrated salmon? About $15 a bag but if refrigerated ( comes in cubes), it lasts a long time. I got mine online and it was organic. I cannot recall where from but a shopzilla search will find you sources and prices. HTH.  Mia.  My little Westie eats it sometimes as well as its easy to use for treats.
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