Pork. The other white meat.Chicken strips are just fine though.
That is weird. :chicken2: Wonder how that would break down in digestion. I think wondering is all I'll do. :razz:Weirdly enough, my DH used to have a jumping pony when he was young that loved chicken on bread rolls. Never seemed to hurt him as he lived into his 30s!
Thanks for your info!Re meat & other non-herbivore foods, I too don't know how their body handles it, can't imagine it's great for them, but remember reading about foods 'traditionally' fed to horses in different places in the world & spiced meat was apparently common in India or some such.
As for feeds bad for horses, whole 'it depends' still applies, a commonly fed & commonly bad for the horse ingredient is most cereal grain.
White chocolate has cocoa butter in it. But that's all.I shared my Chips Ahoy and later, Pecan Sandies with Trigger this weekend. But he also got carrots, apples, and peppermint horse treats. They all did - but I only share my personal snacks with Mr. Trigger as a Big Reward when we get back from a ride or are taking a break on the trail.
He liked the sandies far better than the Chips Ahoy.
I might mention - MOST mass produced (Nestle, Hershey) chocolate in the US does not have much actual cocoa in it. That's why Europe has far superior chocolate. Because...it's actually chocolate, not cheap substitutes being called chocolate. Milk chocolate in the US, made by Nestle or Hershey, does not have a high toxicity when it comes to canines. I personally wouldn't chance it, but likewise, I wouldn't panic if my dog ate part of a Nestle Crunch or my horse snarfed down a Mr. Goodbar.
Mmmm - peanuts.
BTW - White chocolate (At least in the US), isn't chocolate at all. There's not one crumb of chocolate in it. It is 100% safe for dogs.