I’m cooking for my dog and using preference and veg to bowl as a premix. I have used salmon, ground round, chicken and turkey. I’m getting a pack of venison from my brother next week. I want to also bake fish. I’ve seen flounder fillets, whiting, cod. What would be a safe one? I worry about Mercury.Also what are some other good premixes? ThanksCannoliMember
I don’t worry about mercury. I personally eat a lot of fish but I cook my dog a fish meal once a week. He loves Mackeral. Mackeral is such a fatty fish and contains so much Omega 3.
So when I feed my dog cooked fished once a week I try to feed him fish that is super rich in Omgeo 3 so I rotated between these:
Fresh Wild Salmon
Fresh Lake Trout
I stay away from canned fish. Why feed them canned when fresh fish is so much better.
here is a good link:
Again don’t worry about Mercury, it’s not like you are feeding your dog fish everyday. They don’t need it everyday but once a week is sufficient. Since I only feed him about a pound each weekend I just cook it in a frying pan all by itself. He gets half and I eat the other half.
I use prremixes here and there. I do it more for food rotation where my pup gets a premix meal every other week or so. I normally just used preference and the Honest Kitchen. Heck you can make your own premix. Just look at the ingredients in prefence-go to the grocery store-invest in a Vitamix blender and combine the ingredients yourself.anonymouslyMember
When I open a can of tuna for myself, I give the dogs a tablespoon or more as a topper on their kibble. I only do this maybe once a week. I’m practically a vegan except for an occasional fish craving. But, I feed my dogs meat, chicken, fish etc.
I don’t worry about mercury either.Andrew BMember
The safest fishe to cook are
1 Wild-Caught Salmon
2 Pole-Caught Albacore Tuna
3 Farmed Rainbow Trout
4 Wild Atlantic Longfin Squid
5 Wild-Caught Pacific SardinesGSD LenMember
Wild caught salmon is such a “great catch”, but pricey.. I personally use sardines as snacks with my GSDs.theBCnutMember
As far as the toxins they pick up over a lifetime, small fish like sardine and herring have less toxins, but I feed them raw.alexis wMember
anchovies, salmon, mackerel, trout and herring are all high in omega 3 and low in mercury
on my blog calliefoodrecipes.wordpress.com there is an article for dehydrated dog treats with a recipe for dehydrated salmon treats you might likeKerven FMember
My dog ate my cats omega 3 supplements(full bottle) should i be concerned?CannoliMember
I be more concerned why you are feeding your cat fish pills and not the actual fish. Studies have shown that fish pills are lacking purity and the omega 3 has degraded over time.
So your pup probably ate rotten fish oil. Take him to the vet
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If your dog is not accustomed to consuming a large amount of fat (not sure how much a full bottle means) he could end up with some GI distress. A call to your vet or a visit would be a good idea.
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