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 Saw a spot of blood on yak cheese?!

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PostSubject: Saw a spot of blood on yak cheese?!   Saw a spot of blood on yak cheese?! EmptyTue May 02, 2023 8:28 pm

Gave my husky an XL chunk of yak cheese seeing what chew toys she liked. She seemed to love the yak cheese and starting biting right down on it quite hard. Then I saw a little bit of blood on it and took it away. She didn't whimper or make any noise, hoping she just jabbed her gum or something? I assume if it were a chipped tooth she'd make some noise in pain? Can this stuff be dangerous? Like combination of too tasty and too hard that it makes jobs chip teeth?
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PostSubject: Re: Saw a spot of blood on yak cheese?!   Saw a spot of blood on yak cheese?! EmptyWed May 03, 2023 10:48 am

Your dog is unlikely to chip a tooth on yak chews. While they are hard they soften as they become warm with chewing and drool. A little blood isn't uncommon when chewing on anything hard. Very few dogs have teeth that are perfectly clean with zero tartar and the gums will become a little irritated during the chewing but it's not worth being worried over. Chewing will help clean the teeth and gum line and over time can help to stop the occasional bleeding that they currently do.

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