The PetKind Tripe Dry product line includes four dry dog foods.
If you are among the uninitiated, then you will find feeding tripe to be a real treat (as will your dog).
I looked up the beef and lamb tripe by tripett and they both have carrageen in them. Is this harmful for the dogs? I checked out Wikipedia and it seems as though there is some concern. Europe banned it.
Our dogs love tripe, and I love how good it is for them! Tripe can have multiple health benefits for dogs including aiding digestion, easing constipation and encouraging apitite. Read more to see the health benefits of green tripe for your dog.
They’ve Got the Stomach For It: Evanger’s Beef Tripe For Dogs
Does anyone else have a dog who doesn't like green tripe?
I feed my dogs tripe among other meats and I order from a company out of Maryland and they deliver once a month. "Top Quality Dog Food" they have a website with a variety of things. Hope this is helpful This is a piece of a cow stomach to show why when you buy tripe for Raw Prey Dog Food the color is greenish. Excellent source of digestive enzymes, fatty acids, probiotics (better than yogurt) containing micro organisms contained in the digestive tract, tripe helps with digestion (green part).
This is great for dogs suffering from CRF (cronic retnal failure) Lynda - checkout Martins K9 in Long Island. He carries tripe and other raw products including great kibble food for working dogs. His name is Martin Lieberman. Google him for their website. Tripe is arguably one of the best sources of probiotics and digestive enzymes for our pets and a great addition to their species-appropriate diets. If you have difficulties accessing tripe, another favorite probiotic source of mine are (note: link says for cats, but it is for cats AND dogs). If you've ever seen your pet nibbling on select pieces of grass, there is a reason for it. They are attempting to get soil-based organisms (SBOs) out of the earth to help balance their micro-biome. However, they usually don't get very much as our soils are depleted of nutrient content they once had. The link above is a probiotic supplement that is cultivated in soil.I typically feed a meal or two of raw green tripe to my dogs each week. I have clients that will add 1/2-2 tablespoons of ground tripe, depending on their dog or cat's size to each meal, which works too. Some clients have a hard time with the smell. Tripe does have that barnyard-on-a-hot-day smell. If this bothers you, try to get past it for your pet's sake. However, a way to decrease the smell is to freeze small portions of ground tripe in ice cube trays. Just be sure the tray is ONLY used for tripe (or any frozen raw summer goodies you make) and that any house guests know where your actual ice cubes are. For additional dental benefits, some suppliers offer tripe in a "chunk" or "strip" form for dogs to gnaw. Some will also do a mix of tripe within a ground prey model raw product. There's many options! The more ways you try, the more you'll figure out which way your pet likes best. You'll know if your pet is getting too much tripe if their stools become a little loose. If this happens, decrease the amount. Sometimes when first given tripe, the body will utilize those nutrients to purge toxins from the body, this could cause some loose stool when first introducing this food as well.Tripe is the stomach of grazing cows, buffalo, bison, and lamb. These enzymes, good bacteria and amino acids that help animals digest grass are equally beneficial for our dogs giving a boost to their digestive system, which, in turn, improves a dog's immune system. But, the smell is shockingly bad.