Q. Dog eat part of a package of raw sausage is the rear ok for us to cook and eat?

A. It is likely ok to still eat as cooking it should kill most of the bacteria but I would rather be safe than sorry and pass on it. Rather than waste it, maybe cook the rest up for a treat, for the next few days for your dog.

I wouldn't give him anymore today. If he isn't used to human food, especially raw he might have an upset tummy.

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