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Can shrimp shells kill dogs?

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Can dogs eat prawns or other seafood? ... Also, lobster, and crab, make sure it's served in moderation, and never feed your dog crustacean shells as they pose a choking hazard or might hurt their gums.

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  • How much time does prawns take to grow?

    Generally in monoculture the culture period may be 6-8 months under monoculture and 8-12 months under polyculture. The average growth of prawn may range from 50 gms to 200 gms depending on the duration, density, water quality, feeding etc....Fresh Water Prawn.

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  • Can you put defrosted fish back in the freezer?

    Answer: It's fine to refreeze the fish fillets — as long as you thawed them in the refrigerator and held them there for no more than two days. If that was the case, you can pop the fillets back into the freezer and they'll still be safe to eat, says the United States Department of Agriculture.

  • How do you know when a crawfish is bad?

    Never eat crawfish meat that is mealy, mushy, easily tears apart or has an off color or flavor. These conditions indicate that the crawfish was dead prior to cooking. Crawfish meat will sometimes darken or turn "blue" when cooked in etouffee or stews. There is really nothing wrong with the meat.

  • How do you eat sprat oil?

    1. Eat tinned sprats directly out of the can by placing on a cracker. Add a few drops of hot sauce and a squeeze of lemon if desired.
    2. Use sprats in place of tuna or sardines in a salad mixture with olive oil, mustard, salt and pepper. ...
    3. Add canned sprats to cooked pasta along with sauteed onions and garlic in olive oil.

  • What are baby prawns called?

    The correct term you are looking for is “Clutch”. Example: My female Cherry Shrimp just hatched a clutch of 45 baby shrimp! Cool!

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    • Small Plecos.
    • Dwarf Gouramis.
    • Small Tetras.
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