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PostSubject: Mutton bones ok?   Mutton bones ok? EmptyThu Oct 16, 2014 6:06 pm

Just got back from my butcher - picked up 2 bags of beef bones and 1 bag of mutton (that's all they had and did not want to make another trip for a month, if possible). Anyway, are raw sheep's bones ok - not lamb but sheep which means older - are they too hard? Both dogs gnaw contentedly, do not "attack with vengeance."
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Female Join date : 2014-06-26
Location : west Texas

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PostSubject: Re: Mutton bones ok?   Mutton bones ok? EmptyFri Oct 17, 2014 12:02 am

Amy, I would watch them and see. Since they are not big chewers, you should be fine, I did read that mutton is harder than beef, as long as it has meat and then make sure they are not trying to chomp them down I think you're good. For Miya I probably wouldn't since she enjoys chomping and eating the bone too, or take away after meat was gone, not so easy, but I would.
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