If your dog has not eaten tripe much or at all before, do not cut him off from his regular diet completely, especially if you switch from a kibble diet. Feed him tripe as part of one meal to see how he likes it. The bacteria and enzymes in the raw food will help with his digestion and he will likely respond well to it, but too much may hurt his system.
Once your dog and his system become accustomed to tripe, you can increase his servings of tripe. In a typical week, three or four meals containing a serving of tripe will benefit your dog's digestive system; don't overdo it to the point where it becomes the only thing you feed him.
Tripe smells bad and you may not like it, but it remains one of the healthiest choices of food for your dog. Still, you should include other products in your dog's weekly meal plan. Tripe, other meats, veggies and bones combined will keep your dog healthy for years.
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