Can Dogs Eat Cooked Lamb Bones?


Dogs cannot eat cooked lamb bones as the bones may have been cooked past a point where all the moisture in them has evaporated. Ideally all bones fed to dogs from any animal must be raw.
Q&A Related to "Can Dogs Eat Cooked Lamb Bones?"
Dogs are carnivores. Depending on the size of the dog a lamb shank bone should cause no harm.
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Dogs can eat bone because their bodies are designed for it. A dog's body is designed to use bones as it's main source of minerals. This is what dog's ..MORE?
Cooking bones makes them brittle and more likely to splinter. Splinter means to break into sharp pieces. Personal experience: when I was a teenager, our dog stole a couple of rib
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