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Posted: 8/12/2007 12:41:18 PM EDT
Had them outside to defrost and didnt even think about her getting to them

Is this bad?
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:42:04 PM EDT
[#1]
Well, dogs eat their own shit and it doesn't do them any harm.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:42:13 PM EDT
[#2]
bad for your dog or bad for your dinner plans?
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:42:39 PM EDT
[#3]
Dogs will eat their own shit, raw steak aint gonna faze it

damn not quick enough
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:42:56 PM EDT
[#4]
Bad for you.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:43:06 PM EDT
[#5]
plans are ok just buy more....dog was the concern. She prob ok.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:44:05 PM EDT
[#6]
no harm other than no steak for you.
Maybe a little bit of diarrhea since they aren't used to it.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:44:33 PM EDT
[#7]
Left to it's own devices, a dog won't cook it's dinner.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:44:37 PM EDT
[#8]
All will be well... Untill the Mutt farts start driving you out of the house!

Open a window in about 3-4 hours

S-28
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:44:46 PM EDT
[#9]
That's how I eat *my* steaks, what of it?  
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:46:07 PM EDT
[#10]
Do dogs cook their food in the wilderness?
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:47:10 PM EDT
[#11]

Quoted:
Bad for you.


+1 she's going to have gas that can almost kill you.  I really recommend probiotics, it helps the dog digest the raw meat.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:48:18 PM EDT
[#12]
If anything, your dog is secretly laughing at you.  I bet she thought those steaks were delicious.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:48:27 PM EDT
[#13]
Dogs didn't evolve eating processed dog food.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:49:16 PM EDT
[#14]

Quoted:
Do dogs cook their food in the wilderness?


Um of course not however wilderness meat vs meat from a factory I would think could be VERY different.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:51:01 PM EDT
[#15]

Quoted:
All will be well... Untill the Mutt farts start driving you out of the house!

Open a window in about 3-4 hours

S-28


+1 ...can we say Glade Plug-Ins?

Open a window, set up a fan, and prepare to undergo a shock-and-awe campaign.

Otherwise, give the puppy a scritch on her tummy...she's just bein a dog

Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:51:37 PM EDT
[#16]
My niece has 8 Huskies she uses for sled racing.
They're fed raw chicken all the time. No probs.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:52:08 PM EDT
[#17]
If your dog can't handle it he/she will vomit it back up.

My uncles Chesapeake <-sp bay retriver ate an entire grocery bag of deer guts one fall.  The dog could hardly walk...  Good thing though while we were eating dinner the dog decided to puke it all up on the white carpet in the house...  
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:54:25 PM EDT
[#18]

Quoted:
If anything, your dog is secretly laughing at you.  I bet she thought those steaks were delicious.


+1

She'll expect this Sunday dinner from now on.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:54:42 PM EDT
[#19]

Quoted:
My niece has 8 Huskies she uses for sled racing.
They're fed raw chicken all the time. No probs.
When I was married we fed all 3 of our dogs the raw diet.

It was nothing to quarter a raw chicken and give the GSD and the Pit each a huge chunk (yes with bones) for a quick meal

The raw diet is much healthier and contrary to popular beliefs, chicken bones will NOT harm an dog UNLESS they are cooked.  If they are cooked they splinter and that can harm them.  Raw bones don't splinter.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:55:08 PM EDT
[#20]
Michael Vick would know what to do.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:55:15 PM EDT
[#21]

Quoted:

Quoted:
All will be well... Untill the Mutt farts start driving you out of the house!

Open a window in about 3-4 hours

S-28


+1 ...can we say Glade Plug-Ins?

Open a window, set up a fan, and prepare to undergo a shock-and-awe campaign.

Otherwise, give the puppy a scritch on her full tummy...she's just bein a dog


Our dogs are great, we can leave meat to thaw on the counter and they won't touch it, even though they are tall enough to easily reach.

But the cat on the other hand, he knocked some burgers on the floor last week, and the dogs figured, "it's on the floor, open season!".
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:56:24 PM EDT
[#22]

Quoted:
Do dogs cook their food in the wilderness?
Mine's pretty good with a cast iron skillet.  He pan fries up some mean skirt steak for fajitas.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:57:04 PM EDT
[#23]
the vet told me dogs will get sick if they eat too many grapes.
A golden retreiver ate 5 pounds of grapes and it turned toxic to the dog
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:57:35 PM EDT
[#24]

Quoted:

Quoted:
Do dogs cook their food in the wilderness?
Mine's pretty good with a cast iron skillet.  He pan fries up some mean skirt steak for fajitas.


That's just outstanding, man.  I would love to see that, and enjoy some of his fare.  I really would.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:58:44 PM EDT
[#25]
I've never seen an animal cook its food in the wild.  I wouldn't worry unless the steaks came from China.

If it makes you feel any better, call your vet and let them put your mind at ease.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 12:59:27 PM EDT
[#26]
I eat raw steak.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:03:24 PM EDT
[#27]

*Not my picture*
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:04:51 PM EDT
[#28]
Ever see the miracle whip commercial? That dog makes a mean sandwich
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:24:42 PM EDT
[#29]

Quoted:
the vet told me dogs will get sick if they eat too many grapes.
A golden retreiver ate 5 pounds of grapes and it turned toxic to the dog


Grapes (and raisins) are VERY toxic to dogs. It effects their kidneys I believe. A very small amount can harm a dog.

As far as the OP steak question...... Hell no he won't get sick, might lay there like a lump from being stuffed though
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:35:55 PM EDT
[#30]
I can't believe the dog still lives!!! Even my cats know to stay off my kitchen counters!! BTW +1 on the meat not hurting her, but hold your nose man!!
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:40:37 PM EDT
[#31]

Quoted:

wilderness meat vs meat from a factory I would think could be VERY different.



I don't know why, but I busted out laughing when I read that......Now....

#1 - What exactly is factory meat

and

#2 - How exactly would it differ from "wilderness" meat?
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:49:00 PM EDT
[#32]
I feed both my collies the raw diet, sometimes they seem to eat better than I do :)

Turkey necks, chicken necks, chicken drums, chicken gizzards, raw eggs, raw beef neck, beef liver, ox tails, pig hocks, pig ears...raw veggies
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 1:52:22 PM EDT
[#33]
She may have go suddenly Monday, I hope you have a fenced yard or someone to let her out during the day.  Every dog reacts differently to changes in diet.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 2:02:38 PM EDT
[#34]

the vet told me dogs will get sick if they eat too many grapes.
A golden retreiver ate 5 pounds of grapes and it turned toxic to the dog
Yes, grapes are potentially fatal to dogs, via kidney failure, and in very small doses.  However, no one knows what precisely in grapes is toxic to dogs, or how much of it is lethal.  And the treatment, of up to three days on fluids, is expensive.  Don't risk it.  
www.snopes.com/critters/crusader/raisins.asp
www.aspca.org/site/DocServer/McKnight-Tox_Brief-Feb_VT_05.pdf

Steak, though, might give the dogs diarrhea, but probably not even that.  Your main risk is canine happiness, and a craving for more steak.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 2:03:50 PM EDT
[#35]

Quoted:

Quoted:

wilderness meat vs meat from a factory I would think could be VERY different.



I don't know why, but I busted out laughing when I read that......Now....

#1 - What exactly is factory meat

and

#2 - How exactly would it differ from "wilderness" meat?


I laughed too.

Factory meat = feedlot raised beef? Not nearly as lean as open range deer/elk etc.

Wilderness meat = stuff that's been laying on the ground a day or two before the dog gets to it.

So the factory meat would be fresher but not as lean.

Kinda' a tradeoff.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 2:04:26 PM EDT
[#36]

Quoted:
bad for your dog or bad for your dinner plans?


Sorry - had a cat steal a filet once.

Almost tried korean cuisine after that incident.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 7:50:08 PM EDT
[#37]

Quoted:
Had them outside to defrost and didnt even think about her getting to them

Is this bad?


Only if you don't learn from it and leave them out there again.  BTW, the dogs vote for you to do it again.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 7:53:49 PM EDT
[#38]
I've go one that stands by the BBQ.  If you drop anything, it will not hit the ground.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 7:59:36 PM EDT
[#39]

Quoted:
no harm other than no steak for you.
Maybe a little bit of diarrhea since they aren't used to it.


almost certainly some messy shit, other than that shouldnt be a problem
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:03:24 PM EDT
[#40]
Good for Dog.. Bad for you..
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:04:42 PM EDT
[#41]

Quoted:
Had them outside to defrost and didnt even think about her getting to them

Is this bad?


yea, all dogs need "COOKED" meat, thats why they can survive in the wild.

Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:06:33 PM EDT
[#42]

Quoted:
Dogs didn't evolve eating processed dog food.


no shit!  somebody had to ask if it was ok for a dog to eat raw meat?
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:06:51 PM EDT
[#43]

Quoted:
If your dog can't handle it he/she will vomit it back up.

My uncles Chesapeake <-sp bay retriver ate an entire grocery bag of deer guts one fall.  The dog could hardly walk...  Good thing though while we were eating dinner the dog decided to puke it all up on the white carpet in the house...  


what is nasty is when they throw up, them eat the throw up...




and people love their dogs to lick their owners faces...

Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:07:48 PM EDT
[#44]
My two labs are fed London Broil, green beans, and carrots EVERY day twice a day and they cant wait to eat!!
(seriously)... They average two and a half cups of dry food as well daily..

I went for weeks trying to find a dry food they would eat to no avail, decided to go a somwhat natural diet and their eating habbits went from poor to great in a day. They are both more active, leaner, and have better looking coats than ever since the diet change. They do indeed eat better than I.

Your dog will be fine after eating the steak, and will probably want it more often.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:14:14 PM EDT
[#45]
Raw meat is what a dog is supposed to eat. I recommend some raw meat from time to time (or more often) for every dog.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:15:09 PM EDT
[#46]

Quoted:

Quoted:

wilderness meat vs meat from a factory I would think could be VERY different.



I don't know why, but I busted out laughing when I read that......Now....

#1 - What exactly is factory meat

and

#2 - How exactly would it differ from "wilderness" meat?


i'll say this: my dingo-based dog perks-up when we crack open a package of last years deer meat.  between it and regular hamburger he'll go for it.

thats him on the wheel well:


what's really bizarre is the cat shit h'or derves they dive into.  another dimension of non-cat liking.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:23:53 PM EDT
[#47]
Better than tainted processed chinese dog food product.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:25:18 PM EDT
[#48]
My dogs love it when I trim jerkey meat.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:32:12 PM EDT
[#49]
Just FYI:

Dogs have much shorter and much more powerful digestive systems that humans. One of the reasons we are sensitive to food be undercooked or rotten is because once its in our system it has alot of time to form bacteria and make us sick. Dogs rocket that shit through and get down to bidness!

Most dogs can tolerate fully rotten meat fairly well. One of the most popular (albeit I think it's a bit overboard) diets for dogs is all raw meat and bones.
Link Posted: 8/12/2007 8:37:11 PM EDT
[#50]
We're you thawing the meat on the floor? My golden wouldn't even think of snatching something from the counter, she's crazy, but not that crazy.

-JTP
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