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Can dogs eat trout?

I live in Florida, I know that they are the world wide favorites but can dogs eat trout. They have a small stream behind my house and it has tons of little trout, just wondering if they would be all right for us to eat? I was thinking maybe about 1-2 lbs.

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Dogs are great eaters of fish, especially if you keep the fish in a saltwater environment. If you keep your fish in freshwater, you will need to be careful to wash it with something like Bactine to kill the bacteria on the skin. You will also need to be very careful of the food that your dog has in his diet and only feed foods that are appropriate for your dog. Make sure that they are fed a commercial dog food that has been scientifically tested for proper nutritional content.

I hope that this helps answer your question.

Maggie.

April 23, 2011 at 2:40 pm

I love all animals and fish is no exception. I do all I can for the wild things I come across on my walks. Some of the fish I come across are very large and I am worried that they may be poisonous but I am just not sure. I don't want to end up on the news being the cause of a wild animal death. Is there a risk to my dog?

Maggie.

July 18, 2011 at 10:21 pm

I live in Florida and we have a small trout stream at our house. It is close to the house and I think that the trout go down there to drink during the winter. My question is: can my dog eat trout or is there some danger?

Maggie.

January 8, 2012 at 11:56 pm

I have a little girl who is just learning to swim and I want to make sure that I am not feeding her any fish that may be poisonous. Is there a safe fish to feed her?

Pete.

January 15, 2012 at 4:34 pm

I have a 4 year old male boxer mix that I recently acquired. He has been fed a dry kibble food with good taste. He had a few fleas in his coat a few weeks ago so he was given a flea shampoo which is made for dogs and cats. He has since come back flea free but a vet examined his coat yesterday and found fleas on his stomach. He has no signs of skin irritation anywhere and his stool is normal. Is there any way to remove these fleas or prevent further infestation? I would think that there is some chemical on the shampoo that is making them immune. Please give me a call, I need your advice.

Mike.

March 11, 2012 at 4:22 pm

I've been asked by a lady about what she should feed her cat for his cancer treatment, she says that she will start by giving him the fish diet recommended for cancer patients. Can you help her find out if fish is okay or not?

Christine.

September 1, 2012 at 12:12 pm

I have a 13 month old Siberian Husky mix who is just becoming old enough to do some damage to herself. I don't want to have to pay out of my own pocket for something that may end up being a total loss. He eats a good quality home-cooked food diet but it's so expensive. So I was thinking, would commercial dry kibble be as good?

Dawn.

October 14, 2012 at 10:40 am

I have a 7 month old male dachshund that I just got. His fur is super thick and he has a long undercoat. I've never dealt with long hr and I am wondering what I need to do.

I would like to keep him comfortable and healthy, but I'm concerned about dry skin as he doesn't have any wrinkles and his skin looks smooth and glossy.

I was thinking about keeping his coat trimmed to his skin, but am I doing something wrong? Also, do you think he is too young to have to go to the groomer for a hrcut and what can I do at home?

Thanks.

Amy

February 16, 2013 at 2:35 pm

I am caring for an elderly dog with cancer. They say that my dog needs a bone or two a day, they will recommend me one. I have a hard time picking up the bones since there is only 2-3 pounds of each. The one is recommended is one of their biggest bones and costs over $40.00. I cannot afford to spend this money, and the other dog has a hard time picking them up.

Amanda.

January 30, 2014 at 6:50 am

My 2 1/2 year old Maltese has a fur coat almost similar to yours. She's very soft and I've never had a problem keeping her under control. The first thing I did was clip the undercoat as the topcoat has grown in very quickly. Since then, I've trimmed her in such a way that it looks great and she looks so cute.

Amy

January 30, 2014 at 6:51 am

I am caring for an elderly dog with cancer. They say that my dog needs a bone or two a day, they will recommend me one. I have a hard time picking up the bones since there is only 2-3 pounds of each. The one is recommended is one of their biggest bones and costs over $40.00. I cannot afford to spend this money, and the other dog has a hard time picking them up.

Amanda.

January 30, 2014 at 6:53 am

I'm in the process of trying to keep my female Cavalier King Charles spaniel under control. Unfortunately she has a long topcoat that seems to grow really fast, but I only can clip the undercoat. She is at 4 months old.

I've found that if I'm not in the dog's face, and I use a non-toxic and non-irritating cleaner and shes on a soft, comfortable bed, she will sit.

If I try to clip the topcoat, she'll walk away and that doesn't seem like a good idea.

I can always take my camera out for a short time and shoot a couple of pictures if need be, but I feel like that would create more problems than it's worth.

Any tips on keeping her calm and not being aggressive towards me? I can imagine that it would feel like my hands are cutting off something very important. I've read that it's sometimes better to leave the undercoat alone.

Amanda.

January 30, 2014 at 8:35 am

Hey Amanda! I can't answer your question about leaving it alone because I don't own a dog myself. But, I can tell you that, as with everything, what works for one dog may not work for the other. You'll probably get the best answers from people who have their own Cavalier King Charles, or a similar breed. Good luck!

Annie.

January 30, 2014 at 10:16 am

Hi, I have a 14 year old Cavalier King Charles, and he's my whole world. He is a calm, gentle, friendly, loving dog who is happiest when he is in my arms, and he's a


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