dog and bone

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  • #91905
    xtine
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    Thanks, next time i’ll just buy them for ‘me’

    here’s some pics of him right now…. a happy boy!

    http://w94.photobucket.com/widgets/dynamicflash.php?featuretype=bucketstrip&featurename=Beefbone&pa=/l113/fritzbitz_2006/

    #91906

    Wow, thats a big bone for a little boy!  🙂

    #91907
    xtine
    Member

    is it too big??

    ???

    #91908
    Anonymous
    Guest

    hehe nooo it will keep him occupied for hours!!! 😀

    #91909
    xtine
    Member

    That’s the plan!

    Not looking forward to dealing with his beard later tho!

    😉

    #91910
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    the only prob you may have is that if he finds it non rewarding as in it is too hard for him to work at – then he may be reluctant in future – this is a teeth cleaning bone not a meal bone.
    please be prepared for it to upset his tum – it is just his gut flora adjusting

    #91911
    Anonymous
    Guest

    get chicken wings in pack – fresh or frozen –  about £1.50 for a dozen.  Get them at supermarket.  Go to farmfoods or iceland or something buy a big bag.  If not frozen, freeze them then defrost.  Feed them straight out of the packet.  Once he is used to it and has confidence eating them they will disappear very quickly. 

    #91912
    xtine
    Member

    Thanks everyone. Good advice as always. Will hunt some wings down if it kills me!

    The house now smells like a butchers… lovely  😛

    #91913
    Anonymous
    Guest

    lovely pics – i guess he enjoyed his bone?  ;D silly butcher chickens wings are ok – honey has them for breakfast most days!!!  ;D

    #91914
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    COOKED BONES?? >:D  read prayers please…

    but …. before you do
    falkor lost 1/3 of his bowel and 1/4 of his gut at 18 months after scavenging on the streets – his story is in to clueless!!
    that was 5 years ago – and since then he has been on a 70% natural diet with lots of raw bone – no problems….

    the post prayers please….is what happens when a dog eats cooked bone…..yes it did us a favour this time but your dog may not be so lucky

    #91915
    Gracie
    Member

    looking for the to clueless post, cant find it? has it been deleted, if someone can fine please post the link (parker ;))
    i know the story but just having a nose

    #91916
    xtine
    Member

    We braved it and gave him his first wing today…
    It took him a good ten minutes to get through… He took it off to his crate which made it quite hard to watch him…
    He didn’t use his paws to hold it down which made it more challenging for him…
    goD we were nervous!

    he’s asleep again now…..

    #91917
    merrow
    Member

    ahh bless him i bet he is stuffed now i dont think i have ever watched a dog so intensly the first time i gave teddy one lol

    xx

    #91918
    Anonymous
    Guest

    awww bet he loved it! honey never holds her chicken wings down – just crunches straight through she can eat one in thirty seconds  ::) piggy!  😀 you going to be giving him more then?

    #91919
    xtine
    Member

    yes.. we’ve just got a greatdiet plan from Kiz… we’ll have a good read and think about when to start him on it.
    We gave him that instead of his 4 o’clock dinner… he didn’t mind! lol

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