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    @Laurie, I make a large batch and freeze individual portions for each meal in small plastic containers or muffin tins. This way I can zap it in the microwave to melt - they go nuts when they hear the microwave beep! I have tried freezing it in larger containers and then thawing in the fridge for several days at a time, but I prefer the smaller portions to thaw daily. The broth usually lasts two to three weeks per batch, but I am feeding two.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelstacks View Post
    Are the bone marrow bones from the pet store ok to give? I've been wanting to give one to Bowser but didn't know if I should because he's only about 5 months old.


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    I wouldn't only because I don't know where those bones come from. I doubt it's from human grade meat ya know?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mom of Tucker View Post
    @Laurie, I make a large batch and freeze individual portions for each meal in small plastic containers or muffin tins. This way I can zap it in the microwave to melt - they go nuts when they hear the microwave beep! I have tried freezing it in larger containers and then thawing in the fridge for several days at a time, but I prefer the smaller portions to thaw daily. The broth usually lasts two to three weeks per batch, but I am feeding two.
    No microwave here, gave that up years back(my oldest is not too fond of that decision and my youngests' have NO clue what they are which is funny when we're out at stores)...but I do have my own methods of defrosting/warming up...thx for the tips!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelstacks View Post
    Are the bone marrow bones from the pet store ok to give? I've been wanting to give one to Bowser but didn't know if I should because he's only about 5 months old.


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    I do not buy them cause some are cooked and others treated/bleached. I buy them from the grocery store... Meat department and ask for them to be cut in 3-5 inch long pieces. After marrow is gone, i stuff with peanut butter or cream cheese and freeze them for a treat later in the week
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    @2BullyMama that's brilliant! Do you boil them first or straight up raw? Do they get stinky?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Charlotte View Post
    @2BullyMama that's brilliant! Do you boil them first or straight up raw? Do they get stinky?
    Straight up raw... No odor unless they are bad.
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    I give my guys big marrow bones, but the best in my opinion are shoulder blades. Most of the meat is carved of and they're too big so there's no choking risk.
    -150702_10151843939359726_1501898500_n-jpgThis was quite a treat, an ostrich bone!
    -10271610_10152425357829726_8495705525983507337_n-jpgThis one is sholder blade.

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    @Laurie @nycbullymama we too have the same problem with the nyla bones when the edges get rough I throw them away to be honest I get sick of buying them as they never last long


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I give my guys big marrow bones, but the best in my opinion are shoulder blades. Most of the meat is carved of and they're too big so there's no choking risk.
    -150702_10151843939359726_1501898500_n-jpgThis was quite a treat, an ostrich bone!
    -10271610_10152425357829726_8495705525983507337_n-jpgThis one is sholder blade.
    They are impatiently waiting to get at that bone!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    They are impatiently waiting to get at that bone!!
    lol. i know.. Usko is thinking "Really ma?? You wanna take a pic now???!!


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    That pic was taken about 2 years ago. No more eating a bone together...they would only fight...

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    Chance loves his marrow bones and once in a while gets a special treat lamb bone this with his Himalayan chews have been great sources of chews - saved the furniture just have to remember to get rid of all the old bones lying around

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