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Welcome 2014

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Hello New Year,

As a purveyor of fine, raw meat products for dogs and cats, I’m excited for your arrival. To honor you, 2014, Moe’s Meats is inviting dog owners to offer raw meat bones to their 4 legged friends. In stock we carry chicken feet – AWESOME for strengthening cartilage and bone, chicken backs – GREAT filling meals, and turkey necks – PERFECT teeth and gum cleaners. As a snack, we carry rec bones – which make the BEST boredom relievers.

We sell our bones by the case and you have the option of purchasing them as a solid block or already broken up.

Send us an email or give us a call with questions and orders.And have a FANTASTIC new year.

Happy 2012 (aka Moe12)

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Hello Wonderful Raw Pet Food Eaters!!!

Moe’s Meats wishes you bountiful amounts of raw chicken, raw rabbit, chicken feet and rec bones. Not to leave out ground veggies for dogs, raw beef and ground tripe and cow pie. Mmmmmmmmm.

We love selling raw meat at affordable prices and we strive to make this happen at all times. There are times when we need to raise our rates, and the beginning of this year is a time when this needs to happen. As you know, we are a home distributor of Columbia River Natural Pet Foods and when their prices increases, so do ours.

Moe knows that your family budget is a fine balance and we hope that we continue to meet your raw meat needs. As always, please feel free to give us a call (503.737.8834) or send us an email (moe@moesmeats.com) if you have any questions.

Raw Chicken Feet – Great for Dogs

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

Ahhh – Here at Moe’s Meats we love CHICKEN FEET! Though they can be gross looking, chicken feet are an amazing source of nutrients for your dog. As long as the chicken feet are raw and never ever cooked, they make a wonderful meal.

If your dog is young and you are worried he might swallow the chicken feet whole, you can always hold the chicken feet for your pup so he can eat the foot in stages. 

Pulled from an August post, here are some chicken feet feeding tips:

1. Don’t look closely at the feet
2. Don’t listen to the sounds of scratching nails as you dump the package into the bowl
3. Don’t watch your pup eat the feet because inevitably your dog will look up at you with a foot hanging out of it’s mouth
4. No, you don’t need to clip the nails before feeding
5. Yes, they are considered a full meal
6. No, it won’t hurt coming out the other end

Human Point of View: Chicken Feet

Monday, August 25th, 2008

Yes, chicken feet are totally gross to look at, please don’t stare too long. But they are super nutritious and high in Glucosamine. I have only one dog customer that isn’t a fan. Every puppy loves these as meals, it’s really just the people that have issues.

Here are some chicken feet feeding tips:
1. Don’t look closely at the feet
2. Don’t listen to the sounds of scratching nails as you dump the package into the bowl
3. Don’t watch your pup eat the feet because inevitably your dog will look up at you with a foot hanging out of it’s mouth
4. No, you don’t need to clip the nails before feeding
5. Yes, they are considered a full meal
6. No, it won’t hurt coming out the other end

Chicken Feet

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

chicken feet are like, the best ever. i love feeling the toe nails make their way down my thich neck. word, yo.

My Meat Locker

Friday, July 25th, 2008

this is my head stash of meat that, like, i let my roommate use. this is not for, like you know, public consumption. you’re freezer is in the garage and different.
as you can see, my people like to keep me well feed. as a stunningly handsome ridgeback, i won’t settle for anything less.
i’m really into chicken feet right now (see second shelf, yellow labels).
the bottom shelf is where they hide, like the rec bones.

Human Point of View: Components of the Raw Meat Diet

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Satchel asked me to blog about what raw meaty bits are included in the raw meat diet. Before I list everything below, let me first shout out to Moe for lending today’s blog space – you’re the best Moe!!!

Raw Meaty Bones
Chicken, turkey, duck, and pork necks, chicken feet, chicken backs and wings, rabbit

Ground Raw Meat
Chicken, turkey, duck, bison, venison, and pretty much any animal that most Americans would eat. These always contain ground bone and you have the option to include organ meats (liver, kidney, heart, gizzard).

Crushed Veggies
All fruits and veggies onions, grapes, raisins, corn cobs…. Try to get organic whenever possible.

Rec Bones
Knuckle bones, knee bones and mysterious joints of animals. These are like TV for your dog.

Wholesome Table Scarps – in small quantity
Garlic, oatmeal, eggs with shell, rice, toast crusts, grains (great source of carbohydrates), non-yeast bread, couscous. And remember, organic is best – no nasty chemicals.

-Courtney

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