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    Default Re: Bones from the butcher

    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Raw marrow bones from the butcher are great for dogs... Excellent source of nutrients,

    DO NOT COOK THEM... Cooked bones do splinter and cause internal issues, but raw are good and given when supervised. I have given these to all my bullies... 10 plus years and never an issue

    Recently got bone marrow bones and he loves them!!
    My question is
    How long can he have one before I throw it away. Just don't want him to get sick or anything.
    He has it for about 45 minutes a night and then I re freeze it and give it to him the next night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    Recently got bone marrow bones and he loves them!!
    My question is
    How long can he have one before I throw it away. Just don't want him to get sick or anything.
    He has it for about 45 minutes a night and then I re freeze it and give it to him the next night.
    Let him have as long as he wants... My guys always finish usually 1-2 hours so i never had to refreeze or refrigeratorate them --- how big is the bone? Length should be about 4-6 inches
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    Default Re: Bones from the butcher

    The bones are about 6 inches long.
    He's still a little guy so I don't give it to him as long,usually long enough for us to eat dinner or so.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    The bones are about 6 inches long.
    He's still a little guy so I don't give it to him as long,usually long enough for us to eat dinner or so.
    Thanks
    how old is he?
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    Default Re: Bones from the butcher

    He is 5 months.
    I'm sure he could demolish the whole thing for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    He is 5 months.
    I'm sure he could demolish the whole thing for sure.
    Let him at it..... once a week or every other week - it is a great source of energy release too! And, once empty... rinse and stuff with PB or cream cheese and freeze!
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    I was thinking of doing peanut butter or pumpkin!!! Haven't heard of cream cheese but I'll give it a try.


    I was just scared that once it was stripped clean it would attract bacteria
    But if I rinse it and fill it, it should be fine.
    And I'm close to a really good butcher so he will have fresh ones all the time.

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    Default Re: Bones from the butcher

    When we butcher our cattle I always get the knuckle bones and large leg marrow bones back and let the girls knawl on them. They are really large and the butchers have them. Just ask for the large ones they are unable to get into their jaws and no small ones. I use to get antlers but they so expensive so I started giving them raw (always raw) marrow bones and once we moved some of our cattle to Arizona we started giving them the knuckle bones. They have some that are two years old in great shape still. Good luck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    I was thinking of doing peanut butter or pumpkin!!! Haven't heard of cream cheese but I'll give it a try.


    I was just scared that once it was stripped clean it would attract bacteria
    But if I rinse it and fill it, it should be fine.
    And I'm close to a really good butcher so he will have fresh ones all the time.

    if you do pumkin, give that outside or on floor you can clean.... as it warms/melts.... very messy As is yogurt, won't do that one again
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    Thanks - I never have and would never give raw hide to any of my dogs those things should be banned she has lots of nyla bones but with them being hard I always worry about her teeth, I just want to get her something that she could chew on where I don't have to worry about her teeth or anything splintering


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    Default Re: Bones from the butcher

    How much are the marrow bones from the butcher normally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackieshoes View Post
    How much are the marrow bones from the butcher normally?
    Pretty cheap... I usually get two for under 5$
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