Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The BIG........

no, HUGE mistake.....

Everyone at the river talks about kangaroo tails
and how good they are.
 SHE decided to get some.
There was only one packet in the Kangaroo Tail section,
so SHE grabbed it.

HOWEVER,
after SHE got home, SHE read the label. 


Not kangaroo tails at all.

But look at the size of these bad boys!


That is a normal size hammer.

SHE's not sure what SHE'll do about them yet.
We've already give HER our opinion.

31 comments:

  1. Um....we don't know....we didn't know you could buy kangaroo tail either, we are gonna look tomorrow for them when we go to the store.....um....stella rose

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  2. check the internet for some good recipes. What a big Turkey you have.

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  3. So kangaroo tails are for dogs? Do you feed your dogs raw food? If so, turkey necks can be given to the dogs just like people give chicken necks for chewing and cleaning teeth. But if you don't feed raw, you could boil the necks for a few minutes and the meat should fall off the bones and you could mix it with their kibble. Or at least use the broth from the boiling.

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  4. You could have your mom make some turkey neck and rice soup fur you. THAT would be good..

    PEE S.... ROXY does not START fights.... ROXY WINS them ....
    Just sayin.... Agent 0087E

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  5. Whoa, those are some long necked turkeys . . . Oops, should have said "were".

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  6. I just did a quick search and from what I read - raw turkey necks are okay for dogs - (not cooked as it makes the bones brittle)

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  7. HEY FOXY ROXY..... guess what................. "I" Your ERNIE.... Deaded a CHIPMUNK today. YES I DID... I wanted to have it Stuffed and Mounted to send to YOU... butt somehow. While I was doing my I'm a Mighty Hunter and Pawvider Dance..... it seems to have disappeared... BUTT I do have PICTURES of it...

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  8. UMMMMMMM Frankie here.... Ernie Did Deaded the Chipmunk... butt I had to give him like 87 instructions and stuffs... BUTT I admit the Kid did do it...
    He now thinks he is a MANOR Pawvider... and big hot stuffs...
    If you could see and hear him you would all be going Hurka Hurka Hurka GACK
    on the carpet... Just sayin... F. Furter... the INSTRUCTOR

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  9. I eat those turkey necks raw. I didn't know you could get raw kangaroo tails. I'm sending Mum to the shops.

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  10. Our mom has a hard time with the raw necks and legs and stuff, so we have never tried any
    hugs
    Mr Bailey & Hazel

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  11. Wow, either of those treats sound delish! I bet you could have HER cook and pick some yummers from those and you would be oh, so very happy. I also think SHE should be sent right back to the store for the tails too. BOL
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

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  12. Mom cuts them for us. They're good! We eat them raw.

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  13. Well.........now whats the problem....they look very ready to munch on....here if you need help, I will get Biotes to fire up the hel-e-choper and we will there ASAP!

    The Mad Scots

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  14. What body part do the Australians consider a tail?

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  15. Well...yummers!!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  16. SHE shouldn't eat any of that-SHE would be a cannibal. It's all yours.

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  17. I hope SHE listened to your opinion--YOU all out number her! :-)

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  18. We don't know about kangaroo tails, but turkey necks are wonderful. When Mom can get them, we each get a whole one - love to crunch those bones. But you have to eat them raw - cooked bones not good for pups. Of course, Mom prefers to cook them and make broth to use in gravy:(

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  19. OMD please tell me she gave y'all the turkey necks!

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  20. those look like theyd be a good meal for you guys sure hope you got them
    retro rover

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  21. Be very careful. It was a turkey neck bone that lodged in our yellow lab's small intestine. He had to have surgery to remove it. My friend was taking care of him, and she gave her dog a turkey neck every day so she gave one to our dog too!

    The great part of the whole thing was that, during surgery, they found cancer on our dog's liver and spleen. They removed it all, and he lived for a number more years until the old age of 14! So, turkey necks can be lucky!

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  22. My grandma used to love to eat those things. Yuk.
    Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy

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  23. Seriously - your turkeys must be bigger down under...or at least have bigger necks! We are very curious about kangaroo tails. Do they really sell kangaroo meat?
    oxox
    Daisy

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  24. All I can suggest is Mum boils them up and you have the broth with the bits of meat on your dry food. Definitely don't have them to eat. Chicken bones and turkey bones are not good for doggies.

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  25. Frankly, I'd be quite happy with either.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  26. Either would do for me too, not a fussy Princess when it comes to foodables
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  27. LOL we'd chomp on either too. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  28. Wowza mates, those necks are huuuuuge. Hope you get to eat them. We've never heard of kangaroo tails to eat. Makes mum feel a bit queasy but it sounds grreat to us.
    No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

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  29. We see 3 turkey necks and there are 3 of you. Bigger is better! We don't see a problem here!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  30. They are as bizarre as the drumsticks ...hugeeee haaahaha :) the boys here haven't had roo tails as roo is too rich for them..but I am sure when they see those big tails going past in the paddock I know they would like to try ;) hugs Fozziemum xx

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