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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by kenla210, Jul 2, 2009.


  1. kenla210

    kenla210 PetForums Senior

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    So we have a permanent farmers Market near us, and I was in buying some nice sausages for our tea, and thought I would be a bit cheeky and ask if they had any bones for dogs. He gave me a huge beef bone (ribs I think) which he had cut sirloin steaks from! :D
    I've never given raw bones to daisy before. Should I just give her the whole thing? Should she have this instead of dinner? Not sure...:confused:
     
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    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Im not sure. Last time i gave mine lamb ribs we had vomiting and the runs for a couple of days.

    What dog have you got? Do you think shes capable of eating the actual bone, or do you think she will just have a gnaw on it?

    Mine sometimes have beef knuckles, but those are just as something to chew on, and not as meal replacements, as they eat very little of them.
     
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    kenla210 PetForums Senior

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    She's a cocker spaniel. Just gave it to her in the end, let her have a good gnaw, it's back in the fridge now. Fingers crossed it doesn't disagree with her!
     
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    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    You'll know by morning :)
     
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    kenla210 PetForums Senior

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    :eek: :eek: fingers crossed
     
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