Bones are fine if they are not cooked. As long as you watch the pup he should be cool with them
I think you have a healthy boy and quite cute I might add...but all of them could eat through a brick wall if the notion struck them :shock:IS THIS NORMAL?
he's 4 months old
Funny, my dog roxy does the same thing! Most of the time she won't touch her bone until Cleo starts it for her.Roxy said:Roxy's has raw bones now and again. Got her a really big bone from the butchers and normally she spends hours chewing at them....but this one is bigger then her head and she won't touch it lol she just guards it from the cat.....
I know with Roxy too much goes straight threw her and makes her really feel ill.Hoss said:Why is pork a problem? I was totally unaware of that.
If he is having them regular, then I would trim some of the fat and thank you for the compliments on Roxy, she says thank you :love5:Patch said:firstly, can I just say that Roxy is absolutely gorgeous... what a stunningly beautiful dog!
secondly, yes, the lamb off-cuts are all raw. I know not to give cooked bones.
He loves them.
I think i'm getting jealous of the bones because he'd rather take one away, hide and chew on it, than to spend time with me and my husband!!!!
I am a little worried about the fat though... should i be trimming the off-cuts?