I have a Lab/Greyhound mix that has killed & subsequently eaten a beaver. Twice - that I know of. Day 3 he smelled like azz and finally brought what was left of his buffet to the house for our approval. Thorough bath ensued. Diligently checked his poo (when I could find it) for worms but didn't seem to phase his internal system at all. Third kill ended up with 10 staples in his neck & his beaver days are over (self imposed).
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Don't forget rotten testicles, and manure from the feedlot.
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Based on my observations, they're best if eaten fresh, then vomited, then eaten again the next day.
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Why would anybody leave them to rot, or for the dogs? The dogs can and will have as much manure as they want, cant keep some of them out of it.
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The old dog sort of runs on three wheels because she was dining on fresh calf poop. She wasn't paying attention and old #30 ran her over.