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Old April 18th, 2008, 12:06 AM
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Question Raw Bones - What to Buy?

I'm going to my local farmer's market on Saturday and want to stop at the butcher's and pick up some raw bones as a treat for my boyfriend's family dog, Heidi. The problem? I don't know what bones to ask for or how much they will cost. Please help!

Heidi - 10 yrs. - Lab X - 85 lbs. - strong chewer but I think her teeth are getting a little sensitive these days b/c of age.

I'd also like to get something for my pup Chase - he's 11 mos. and about 65 lbs. - can he have a raw bone now? He normally just chews his Nylabones but I'd like to give him something different.

Note: I read some other threads on this and know to freeze them until I want to give them and will supervise the chewing...just wasn't clear what alll the different types of bones are and what dogs they are best suited to.

Chase (Friendly Resident Wigglebum) - Border Collie/Lab/Shepherd X
Kailey (Misunderstood Gentle Beauty) - GSD & foster failure #1
Rupert (Gold-Medal Winner of the 3 a.m. Kitty Destruction Olympics )

Heidi - RIP my sweet baby girl
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