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From: Saysfaa (216.85.41.154)
Subject:         better to avoid the leg bones of large animals
Date: April 14, 2009 at 7:42 pm PST

In Reply to: raw bones -- frozen first posted by Callie on April 13, 2009 at 4:59 pm:

the dogs can get all the teeth cleaning benefits and morrow bones from the less dense bones. The bones usually sold for dogs are denser than the dogs' teeth, and indigestable even if the tooth breaking problem is avoided by grinding them first (for general info, because the dog working on them is what cleans the teeth). You might not see tooth damage right away, but they can cause slab fractures that break off later, when the dog might bump his mouth or chew on something otherwise harmless.

Necks, ribs, tails, anything except the leg bones of large animals is good in moderation. And the leg bones of small animals are safe. Small is poultry and smaller. Large is sheep size or larger. I'm not sure about inbetween those sizes.


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