Pork bad for dogs??

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BillKirch:
My wife says It's not good for them...but I say, It's meat why not. anyone knowfor sure? BG
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AndreaS:
[nq:1]My wife says It's not good for them...but I say, It's meat why not. anyone knowfor sure?[/nq]
I wouldn't feed it raw (trichinosis), but cooked I don't see why it would be a problem.

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Abby Pennington:
[nq:1]I wouldn't feed it raw (trichinosis), but cooked I don't see why it would be a problem.[/nq]
Pork can be really fatty and there can be cause for concern about pancreatitis. Lean pork shouldn't be a problem, though.

-Abby
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Pat:
[nq:1]My wife says It's not good for them...but I say, It's meat why not. anyone knowfor sure? BG[/nq]
Pork is bad for dogs not sure why.
It can and does make a dog very sick.
Pat
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AndreaS:
[nq:1]Pork can be really fatty and there can be cause for concern about pancreatitis. Lean pork shouldn't be a problem, though.[/nq]
My friend feeds her dog lean, cooked pork and a variety of veggies & rice. He's 11 and looks great.
Any fatty food can cause pancreatitis (I'm sure you know that Abby, directing it generally here). But people have a tendency to want to feed ham, bacon, and bacon drippings, etc which are pretty fatty & probably why pork specifically has a bad rap. Butter, things like that can cause big problems too.

-Andrea Stone, not a ham liker
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Chris:
[nq:1]Lean pork shouldn't be a problem, though. -AbbyWhew! And, thanks all, for a timely topic.[/nq]
A nice meat-cutter gives me deep discounts on overstocks for the shelter dogs. I cook about 5lbs of meat and shred it into their kibble/canned breakfast. Today, it's pork tenderloin, and I've been having vague feelings that pork isn't good.
This is so fat-free, though, that I thought I might add a little oil. I've cooked them 7%-fat ground beef, and they don't like it. No flavor, I guess.
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AndreaS:
Today, it's pork tenderloin, and I've been
[nq:1]having vague feelings that pork isn't good.[/nq]
Sheesh! Can I have some? I LOVE pork tenderloin.

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Hi Im WEEniE with My:
I have 3 dogs & usually they eat dry dog food but once in a while I'll give them a piece of the pork I'm eating. Now 2 of them an handle it but the other one 5 minutes after he eats it he throws it up & that's a small portion
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Angie:
"Hi Im WEEniE with MyFav4ite Midi"
[nq:1]I have 3 dogs & usually they eat dry dog food but once in a while I'll give them a ... it but the other one 5 minutes after he eats it he throws it up & that's a small portion[/nq]
Maybe the dog is Jewish?
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