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Old February 2nd, 2008, 01:26 PM
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Green Tripe info thread

Well, it has taken a whole lot of searching on this forum to find minimal information on green tripe, so I want to make this thread the "go to" place for green tripe information, so it's easier to find, and all the information is in one place!

Please help by answering these REVISED questions:

1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?

2. What do pay per can? What do you pay per lb for fresh? What brand do you feed?

3. Why do you feed it? What do you think the nutritional value of green tripe is? What do you think the physical benefits are (visible or not)?

4. How much green tripe do you feed your dog per meal? How often do you feed it? What size is dog?

5. Do you feed store-prepared raw, home-prepared raw, or kibble (name the brand(s)?

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1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?
2. What brand do you feed (of canned)?
3. What do pay per can (what size of can)?
4. What do you pay per lb for fresh?
5. Why do you feed it?
6. What is the nutritional value of green tripe?
7. How much green tripe do you feed your dog? What size is dog...
8. How often do you feed green tripe?
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 04:21 PM
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1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?
Frozen
2. What brand do you feed (of canned)?
N/A
3. What do pay per can (what size of can)?
N/A
4. What do you pay per lb for fresh?
About 40p per lb [Cdn$ 0.80]. Although bare in mind mine is frozen on delivery.
5. Why do you feed it?
Because I've heard it's very nutritious and many people I know have sung it's praises.
6. What is the nutritional value of green tripe?
No idea really, just a cows stomach with it's digested contents. Usually means you can feed raw without feeding veggies as the green part is techincally vege matter.
7. How much green tripe do you feed your dog? What size is dog...
Isla weighs approx 40lbs, she gets approx 10lbs per week of tripe.
8. How often do you feed green tripe?
Usually twice a week, sometimes more.
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 06:39 PM
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Thanks for your contribution Ripsnorter! Just to double check, your dog gets 10lb of tripe in 2 feedings a week, so she's getting 5 lbs per feeding?

I just went shopping and had little success finding raw meats for my dog, but I did find canned green tripe (I couldn't find fresh/frozen). I bought just one can of Tripett (www.tripett.com) Green Beef Tripe to try it out. It was $1.89 and they carry the complete line of Tripett products. Check out the website. Anyone else use this brand? Did I pay a reasonable price?
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 07:54 PM
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I feed the Tripett brand canned green tripe and pay $1.89 a can as well here in Alberta. I add about a teaspoon to each of my Minpins meals, and the big dogs get approximately a quarter can or sometimes more per meal. Sometimes once a day, sometimes more. I probably go through a can a day most days. I add it to soaked kibble and top dress the Orijen I feed with other fresh foods as well. I believe the tripe aids in digestion and my dogs absolutely love it.
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Old February 2nd, 2008, 07:57 PM
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I bought just one can of Tripett (www.tripett.com) Green Beef Tripe to try it out. It was $1.89 and they carry the complete line of Tripett products. Check out the website. Anyone else use this brand? Did I pay a reasonable price?
Sounds about right. We bought a couple of cans for Shabba after reading about Tripett on another forum. There have been a few issues with bad cans last year however (can sprays all over on opening). Most seem just to give a tablespoon with a meal though. She devoured it of course. I think the frozen is probably better.
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1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?
Both, all of the above. - depending on availability

2. What brand do you feed (of canned)?
Tripette or Solid gold, or frozen from butcher

3. What do pay per can (what size of can)?
1.99

4. What do you pay per lb for fresh?
approximately 50 - 99 cents/ lb

5. Why do you feed it?
to make up for any missing vitamins/nutrients that could be found in vegetable matter.
To help maintain the nice, low pH in the stomach and to help prime healthy flora in the intestines.

6. What is the nutritional value of green tripe?
Green tripe is the enzyme, pro-biotic of caninehood

7. How much green tripe do you feed your dog? What size is dog...
Well that depends. What did you dog catch today? If your dog caught a squirrel he would have about half a teaspoon of tripe. If your dog caught a deer, he would have about a cup of green tripe. What did your dog catch today - remember?

8. How often do you feed green tripe?
About one tablespoon, once a day or every second day.
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Old February 26th, 2008, 12:13 PM
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I've never heard of green tripe until I went to this raw forum. Where can I find Green Tripe and is there a better brand that I should look into?
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Old February 26th, 2008, 01:05 PM
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If you're in farm country you can get it from a local farmer perhaps. They usually consider that waste.

Most upscale pet food stores carry the frozen variety which you have to store in your freezer (it's the best type).

Second best is canned. Solid Gold company or the Tripette company both have canned versions that you can purchase in pet stores.
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I've never heard of green tripe until I went to this raw forum. Where can I find Green Tripe and is there a better brand that I should look into?
There are not really brands. Tripe is the abomasum, or 4th stomach of a cow. By the time food reaches the abomasum, it's been completely digested and is ready to move on to the intestines for nutrient absorption. Only ruminants with these specialized stomachs can digest the cellulose found in grasses due to bacterial enzyme activity in their stomachs.

Green tripe still contains the cow's last meal, so it is healthy on two levels: 1. By providing the carnivore with nutrients found in offal (protein, vitamins), and 2.) By allowing the dog to utilize the pre-digested nutrients of the grass.

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Old February 28th, 2008, 11:10 PM
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There are not really brands.
You can get different brands of the canned version. I use Tripett. www.tripett.com
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Old February 29th, 2008, 07:15 AM
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You can get different brands of the canned version. I use Tripett. www.tripett.com
Yes, I know. I actually edited that part out of my comment because I felt it wasn't relevant, due to the fact that the canned versions usually have additives and are not pure tripe. I know Solid Gold's canned tripe has potato in it.
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Yes, I know. I actually edited that part out of my comment because I felt it wasn't relevant, due to the fact that the canned versions usually have additives and are not pure tripe. I know Solid Gold's canned tripe has potato in it.
Tripett has four different varieties using different meat animals. Some have additives like glucosamine, garlic, etc. The website shows the ingredients.
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good lord I just proudly bought and fed my first bit of green tripe. turns out they've got frozen at our health food pet store.. but I'm pretty sure I paid 8.99/pound for it. You guys are getting it for under a dollar a pound????
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good lord I just proudly bought and fed my first bit of green tripe. turns out they've got frozen at our health food pet store.. but I'm pretty sure I paid 8.99/pound for it. You guys are getting it for under a dollar a pound????
Holy wowzers!!! I haven't found any fresh green tripe. I can only find white tripe (bleached), so I'm not sure about price. If you can't find anything cheaper, try the canned stuff.
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I was confused, it wasn't that expensive. It was still more than most of you guys are paying. I found an organic ranch and am hoping to find their butcher and buy the pieces and parts off him. Yesterday I bought a whole frozen beef tongue, liver, tripe and a wee bit for me. That's lacking in bones which I'll remedy tomorrow. My pups are happy.
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Trouble Finding the stuff

I guess green tripe isnt that popular here in N. Florida! I've been to 3 pet stores and checked out 3 grocery stores. The pet stores have never heard of canned green tripe (I went to places that sold Solid Gold products) and the grocery stores are all bleached tripe. Someone said the asian stores may help? Any particular type of Asian store? Im Philipino and do not ever recall seeing green tripe at a Philipino store (although, I've never really looked for it either). Suggestions?
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Send an email to www.tripett.com and they'll tell you a local dealer.
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I guess green tripe isnt that popular here in N. Florida! I've been to 3 pet stores and checked out 3 grocery stores. The pet stores have never heard of canned green tripe (I went to places that sold Solid Gold products) and the grocery stores are all bleached tripe. Suggestions?
If the pet stores that you went to carry Solid Gold then they can get you Solid Gold's Green Tripe.


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Send an email to www.tripett.com and they'll tell you a local dealer.
Here is the store locator for Florida.....

http://www.tripett.com/Locations/Florida.pdf
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I guess green tripe isnt that popular here in N. Florida! I've been to 3 pet stores and checked out 3 grocery stores. The pet stores have never heard of canned green tripe (I went to places that sold Solid Gold products) and the grocery stores are all bleached tripe. Someone said the asian stores may help? Any particular type of Asian store? Im Philipino and do not ever recall seeing green tripe at a Philipino store (although, I've never really looked for it either). Suggestions?
I find it hard to believe you can't find green tripe in Florida. I lived in Wellington several years ago, and even several years ago I was able to find it.

The others are correct. The company can tell you where to order it.
You can also order it online from http://greentripe.com/ it's shipped the same day.

Please don't use white tripe. It is NOT at all the same thing.

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Thanks for that!

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Please don't use white tripe. It is NOT at all the same thing.
Don't worry, I definately wont ever use white tripe. Thanks again!
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1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?
It's a frozen stew
2. What brand do you feed (of canned)?
Paws-itivley Raw. A family owned and run company out of St. Catherines Ontario
3. What do pay per can (what size of can)?
N/A
4. What do you pay per lb for fresh?
5.99 (I think) per 2lb container
5. Why do you feed it?
We feed it once a week. Spoke to my breeder and the owners of the company that makes the food and they said it's like a detox
6. What is the nutritional value of green tripe?
It's horrible to say but I feed it because I was told to.
7. How much green tripe do you feed your dog? What size is dog...
Shih Tzu @ 9 lbs gets 1/4 of a lb
Cocker at around 15lbs gets 3/4 of a lb
Cocker at around 18 lbs gets 1 lbs

8. How often do you feed green tripe?
Once a week (on Sundays)
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I add it to soaked kibble and top dress the Orijen I feed with other fresh foods as well. I believe the tripe aids in digestion and my dogs absolutely love it.
Hey Purple! We feed the same dog food - I have a 4 month old lab/shep/husky that I am feeding Orijen large puppy. I have only very recently started a RMB in the morning(turkey wing or turkey neck) and will be adding more raw later(I am splitting raw and kibble) are you having any trouble mixing your raw and kibble together like that? I had heard it's a no no so currently feed RMB at 5am and kibble at 1pm.

I have also recently found a local green tripe source so I know where to look once I've added more variety to the raw 1/2 of her diet.

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I have been feeding raw for years but never been able to get tripe anywhere. All I can buy is the white bleached so I haven't been able to feed it. Even the butchers don't seem to have it or maybe they use it for something else.
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Thanks for your contribution Ripsnorter! Just to double check, your dog gets 10lb of tripe in 2 feedings a week, so she's getting 5 lbs per feeding?

I just went shopping and had little success finding raw meats for my dog, but I did find canned green tripe (I couldn't find fresh/frozen). I bought just one can of Tripett (www.tripett.com) Green Beef Tripe to try it out. It was $1.89 and they carry the complete line of Tripett products. Check out the website. Anyone else use this brand? Did I pay a reasonable price?
My dog practically grew up on green tripe. It stinks to high heaven, but it is a heavenly food to the dogs. It contains lots vitamins and tons of digestive enzymes. I feed canned Tripett to my standard poodle only because it is so difficult to find frozen green tripe. The product is made in B.C. and is of a good quality. The price you've paid is also good.
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Hey Purple! We feed the same dog food - I have a 4 month old lab/shep/husky that I am feeding Orijen large puppy. I have only very recently started a RMB in the morning(turkey wing or turkey neck) and will be adding more raw later(I am splitting raw and kibble) are you having any trouble mixing your raw and kibble together like that? I had heard it's a no no so currently feed RMB at 5am and kibble at 1pm.

I have also recently found a local green tripe source so I know where to look once I've added more variety to the raw 1/2 of her diet.

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I live in British Columbia. If relevant, can you please reveal your source for the green tripe?
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I actually got my Tripe this time from my local Global Pet Foods - they carry some frozen raw stuff. My other local source is a place called Heronview here is their site.

I don't think Heronveiw will do you any good but you could check your local pet food only stores for canned or frozen green tripe.

Huh, looks like you don't have any Global Pet Foods in BC here is their main site - there are some in Alberta.

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Note that I asked a mod to change the questions so that they will provide clearer and better answers!! Hasn't been updated yet, but hopefully they will be changed soon.

I guess now that I've been feeding it for awhile now, I can add my info.

1. Do you feed canned, fresh, or frozen?
Canned.

2. What do pay per can? What do you pay per lb for fresh? What brand do you feed?
$1.89-2.09 depending on which variety. I feed all four of the Tripett varieties, but more of the Beef one because it is the purest.

3. Why do you feed it? What do you think the nutritional value of green tripe is? What do you think the physical benefits are (visible or not)?
For the digestive enzymes, and pro-biotics. I don't see any differences, but I know my dog DEFINATELY doesn't fart as much!!!

4. How much green tripe do you feed your dog per meal? How often do you feed it? What size is dog?
Dog is 80-82 lbs. 1/3 of a can replaces half of her normal meal every 2-3 days.

5. Do you feed store-prepared raw, home-prepared raw, or kibble (name the brand(s)?
Kibble. Half Wellness Core Chick&Turk, and half California Naturals L&R.
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2. What do pay per can? What do you pay per lb for fresh? What brand do you feed?
I feed all four of the Tripett [/QUOTE]

I just picked up a couple cans of this yesterday, but now I have a quetions - is it OK to feed the canned type when I am feed a raw diet?
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I just picked up a couple cans of this yesterday, but now I have a quetions - is it OK to feed the canned type when I am feed a raw diet?
Yes it is. It can be fed alongside the raw, in the same meal.
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