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Unread 01-30-2013, 01:37 PM   #32
Mdboatbum
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You know what I'm talking about then. You all need to try it!

Coco says thanks! Our vet, at least, is fine with letting her have the harder ones that she can't break or splinter. Chicken bones, a no no. Plus, she's teething, so it was a good way for her to ease the teething sensation. On that note, vet does recommend that you take the bone away after they are done with it. As they dry, they can splinter and cause problems. She likes carrots too.
Cool, didn't mean to sound like a busybody, we just a Springer Spaniel get really sick when I was a kid and found out it was because of splintering bones. Glad to hear you talked to your vet about it!
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