Green Tripe Raw Dog Food - Hudson Valley Dogs

Hi! Good article on green tripe. I have heard from some people that tripe is very good for kidney disease in dogs. Could you tell me if this is true, and is it fed as a meal or added to food to entice the appetite. My little dog only has four teeth and is suffering from chronic renal failure so she is a very fussy eater and is becoming more so of late. Thanks in advance for the information.

I think the original beef tripe one (that’s green) smells the most like tripe. Tho others flavors just smell like canned dog food (to me).

We recommend you always reconstitute K9 Natural Green Tripe with warm water before feeding. We also highly recommend you do not mix a raw diet with a cooked diet (kibble) and allow the dog 12 hours without food when transferring from cooked (kibble) to raw.

Green Tripe For Dog at PetFoodDirect

Today, tripe is better known as pet food, and is served to dogs and cats as Unwashed, or Raw Green Tripe. Why Green Beef Tripe is Good for Dogs. Have you heard of green beef tripe and were curious about what it is, the benefits, and if it's right for your dog? Here's a post sharing what I've learned and one thing is that it's not just for raw fed dogs. Today, we can now buy fresh green tripe, green tripe treats, canned green tripe, and green tripe dry food (PetKind).

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Why Green Beef Tripe is Good for Dogs. Have you heard of green beef tripe and were curious about what it is, the benefits, and if it's right for your dog? Here's a post sharing what I've learned and one thing is that it's not just for raw fed dogs. Today, we can now buy fresh green tripe, green tripe treats, canned green tripe, and green tripe dry food (PetKind).

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Raw green tripe is considered by veterinarians and canine experts to be most nutritional food available for dogs. Containing the essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6 (linolenic and linoleic acids), proteins, fats and an ideal phosphorous to calcium ratio necessary to facilitating absorption of either nutrient, green tripe also presents a slightly acidic pH level conducive to canine digestion. Green tripe also provides your dog with probiotic called (lactobacilli) or lactic acid bacteria.Feeding your dog shelf-stable is acceptable because freeze drying does not eliminate any of the beneficial enzymes or nutrients found in raw green tripe. Usually available in mini-patties or nuggets, freeze dried tripe make great treats and may help encourage picky eaters if you place a few nuggets on top of their food.Never cook raw green tripe. Heating tripe will destroy the beneficial digestive enzymes found in tripe. Dogs that eat commercial or cooked diets often suffer undiagnosed responsible for nervousness, lack of energy, chronic, viral/bacterial infections and chronic diarrhea. If you dog suffers from one or more of these health problems, try giving him raw green tripe once or twice a day to restore lost digestive enzymes and other nutrients he lacks from eating commercial dog food.We feed our dogs a raw food diet and green tripe is sometimes fed as one meal a week (if it’s fresh). Canned green tripe is fed as a supplement added to their meal a few days a week, and is a great way to hide the taste of medicine, supplements, or tempt a dog who is being picky about their food.