Can Dogs Eat Lamb Bones?

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Typically any bone in raw form is going to be safe for your dog including lamb bones and even oxtails, all fed in a natural raw state
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Cooked bones tend to splinter so you need to just keep an eye on your dog for a day or so. You will be able to tell if your pet is experiencing trouble. He/she will probably be just
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While dogs and bones tend to go together like two peas in a pod, chicken bones and dogs don't mix and these bones can be very dangerous for the pooch. Chicken bones, especially cooked
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I think it goes back to the time when dogs were wild, and the pack could not afford to waste any part of the kill. So they would eat all the meat, and then chew on the bones. Plus
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You can buy a lamb bone at the site below. Also, check your local pet
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You can give lamb bones to your dog but make sure he does not break them up. You should never give a dog chicken bones because they can shatter and splinter.
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