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    Default Raw Frozen Bones .

    Nature's Variety makes Raw Frozen Bones. I was thinking of getting a few of them to give my Bully something to do, but want to make sure they are safe for him to have.

    Does anyone have any thoughts on this, or have you tried giving your Bully real Bones to chew on?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Raw Frozen Bones .

    Hi Patrick.... hope all is well ...good to see you posting.

    I do not know much about NV bones, but I give Banks a frozen marrow bone I buy in the meat department at the supermarket... pretty cheap too. I get 6 medium sized bones for about $4 or $5
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    Default Re: Raw Frozen Bones .

    They look like ordinary bones (checked their internet pages) so if Maximus is on kibble it's best not to give thme right after. Raw bone is much more digestible than kibble and eaten together it can cause indigestion or even blockage.

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    Default Re: Raw Frozen Bones .

    the heavy bones do have a risk of breaking teeth so be careful,soft bones are best but are eaten quickly,i give annie a nylabone for her to chew on to give her something to do,karen

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