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    Default Re: Fresh Pork Bones

    I have fed raw pork bones before, with no problems, as long as they are big enough, I always freeze my bones for a couple days prior to feeding.

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    If I offer a bone it is a fresh knuckle bone. The rest she would destroy and swallow. Just too much invested to get my dog plugged up on bone meal or choke on. So I'm not concerned about pork in general. Just bone splinters that get swallowed and cause possible tears or blockage. If that weren't an issue I would not be worried what animal it came from.

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    Default Re: Fresh Pork Bones

    Personally I would never feed anything raw of pork (no meat, no bones) to a dog.
    There is a disease called Aujeszky's disease (or Pseudorabies).
    The virus is not dangerous for humans, but if a dog gets infected, there is no cure.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudorabies

    Boiling kills the virus. But boiled bones change in structure and can be very dangerous (splinter and/or obstruct).

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    Default Re: Fresh Pork Bones

    Quote Originally Posted by mybrindlegirl View Post
    Personally I would never feed anything raw of pork (no meat, no bones) to a dog.
    There is a disease called Aujeszky's disease (or Pseudorabies).
    The virus is not dangerous for humans, but if a dog gets infected, there is no cure.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudorabies

    Boiling kills the virus. But boiled bones change in structure and can be very dangerous (splinter and/or obstruct).
    thank you. It does state that humans are susceptible as well. No raw pork for my dogs, including bones.

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