Sunday, January 31, 2010

Deeee-licious!

I had a turkey neck for dinner last night. Turkey necks are my number one favorite dinner ever. My mom holds them for me so I can chew them up well and really savor the yumminess.


























My favorite dinner is healthy as well as delicious. My vet says that because I eat turkey necks regularly my teeth are clean and white.















Lulu always finishes her turkey neck faster than me, so she watches me really closely in case I can't finish it. Keep on dreaming, Lulu!

hugs,
Uba

9 comments:

RescuedPittieMommy said...

That looks so gross! But I'm sure they love it and I'll have to get some for my babies.

NYCKitten said...

Oh Uba, you know I love you and support all your happy things but that turkey died a horrible death so you could chew on him. Factory farms are lots like dog fighting rings only worse - those innocent animals don't even have a chance of making it out alive. =( Maybe your mom can intro you to Greenies! =)

Schwang said...

Oh, perfect timing for our question! Looks delicious for you...do you just get it from the butcher?

kissa-bull said...

can we come over and help you wiff that???

Uba said...

The turkey necks come from whole foods or another natural food store in our area. we definitely go for the most natural meat possible.
I understand where you're coming from, NYC, but we eat the pieces that humans generally don't, like feet, gizzards, necks, etc. And since we know what we're eating, we definitely acknowledge the animals we eat rather than just blindly eating meat ground up in kibble.

Dog Skin Problems said...

wow that is definitely good for dogs =) my dogs love it too.

Anonymous said...

Ahhh.. little boy. I'm so glad to see you enjoying your toiky leg.

Fun & Fact said...

Look at them they are so excited to have that LOL love them they are too cute :)

laura said...

I was babysitting my pit bull grand-dog the other day and it was only after I was done feeding him that I realized what I'd done! He's on a 'raw' diet, which means he gets a raw chicken quarter (bones and all) every morning. I didn't want him dragging raw meat all over our Oriental rugs so I tried to barracade him in our kitchen. He had other ideas so I ended up in a 'raw chicken' tug-of-war with him. He pulled me all over the place and I finally let go. Thank God he took his 'booty' into his crate where he promptly devoured it. But never once did he growl or become defensive, he just wanted to eat his breakfast in peace!! He's a love bug.