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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Thanks Kdee. Very good reading there.

    This is exactly why i joined this forum.
    To be pointed in the right direction when it comes to bringing up a pup.
    Its been about 14 years since i last dealt with one so all these tips you guys are giving me is much appreciated.
    Thanks again everyone.
    We had so many problems with Zeke our bull terror, we can't even give him turkey necks as he is the typical swallow everything BT, I had already looked into a lot of things and talked to a few dentists and I know how difficult it can be working through a maze of info and then applying it to your breed........now if I can just get him to stop humping his outside bed
    ALL kittens are devil spawn wrapped in cuteness!

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    Speaking of bones in general...i have become a poop watcher with my dogs. Too firm, lessen the bones or change to Lamb bones. Too loose ( hardly ever) increase the bones. The marrow in large quantities can give the looser version of poop LOL
    Mine get at least a bone a day.....I use any bone, but for my puppies I often stuck to brisket bones and vertebrae. I personally only give them the heavy marrow bones whole, not cut in half. They have to work really hard to get to the marrow and often the bone is thrown out by me, before they even get there. I only allow bones to hang around for two days, sometimes longer in Winter. Just remember dried bones (from the sun) are just like cooked bones.
    Some people do not like weight bearing bones, but i have always fed them......Since forever ( I am one of the older ones here) and my parents before me. As long as they are fresh. Our size dogs ( mastiffs and newfs) cope quite well with them.

    I love the pictures, very special and very cute.....Totally huggable
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    My dog gets a fresh bone when I go out in the morning. And promptly goes to dig a hole to bury it.

    A couple of times she's dug one up in the evening and smuggled it inside! Eeew! Nothing like getting out of bed to go pick up a slimy, muddy half-chewed bone to go chuck it back outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    My dog gets a fresh bone when I go out in the morning. And promptly goes to dig a hole to bury it.

    A couple of times she's dug one up in the evening and smuggled it inside! Eeew! Nothing like getting out of bed to go pick up a slimy, muddy half-chewed bone to go chuck it back outside.
    Beautiful..........LOL
    Pets are forever

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    Gorgeous pooch!! We have given Oskar a couple of massive bones from the butchers, and he is still poopin like a champ lol, we keep them in the freezer, I reckon the cold is great comfort on his little gums, and it keeps him out of trouble for hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    My dog gets a fresh bone when I go out in the morning. And promptly goes to dig a hole to bury it.

    A couple of times she's dug one up in the evening and smuggled it inside! Eeew! Nothing like getting out of bed to go pick up a slimy, muddy half-chewed bone to go chuck it back outside.
    Bella snuck into my room and hopped on my bed and started chewing her bone last night, sneaky little witch.

    I didn't even think about the old bones being left lying around would hardening in the sun. I think I will go and throw out all of the bones lying around now! lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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