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Viewing all posts found for user dobielover1
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Posted on: 12:23:37 AM 11/3/2005

No matter what you finally decide to use, the trick is to freeze it...the dogs seem to like the cold sensation and it takes them much longer to work on the treat.
If you come up with any tasty combinations, pass them along...my guys are always...

Posted on: 12:00:04 AM 11/3/2005

You might be talking about a shiba inu.

Posted on: 11:58:06 PM 11/2/2005

You need to supervise them while they have them, I've never had a problem with them because once they cleaned out the treats I take the bone away. If you are uncomfortable with the marrow bones then definatly use the kongs...I would but for some r...

Posted on: 11:31:41 PM 11/2/2005

Well, I guess my little man isn't such a freak afterall....looks like poop is a delicacy.

I still have the terrier question, does anyone have feedback on when they start to calm down a little (or where there "off" button is)...my guy is ...

Posted on: 11:26:51 PM 11/2/2005

Good point, I didn't make that clear...never cook the bones, it does make them very brittle.
I've never had an issue with a dog cracking teeth but it is a risk...my guys just do not like kongs.

Posted on: 11:21:26 PM 11/2/2005

We buy medium to large marrow bones from our training center or sometimes the butcher at the market will sell us some. The dogs eat the marrow and everything from the bone.
Afterwards we clean off the rest of the bone and just wash it down ...

Posted on: 11:13:15 PM 11/2/2005

The temp is normal for a dog, they run higher then people. If you get into the 103 to 104 range, then you should start to be concerned. You know your dog the best and I don't want to scare you but there are some warning signs when it comes to abd...

Posted on: 9:18:13 PM 11/2/2005

Haven't tried those. My guys favorite treats are marrow bones that we fill with treats mixed with peanut butter and then freeze. Whenever we want them to be quiet for about half an hour we break out the "popsicles", they never get bored with them...

Posted on: 8:07:35 PM 11/2/2005

I'm not trying to be sarcastic with this post, so please don't take it that way....I'm just really shocked that in this day in age that this is still a question.
With so much information regarding the health of the animal, the literature that ...

Posted on: 7:05:41 PM 11/2/2005

Pip thinks bath is a swear word...he always looks so dejected after one. But he has to get cleaned up so often that I think I should by stock in the shampoo company.
He's such a funny little man, I just look at him sometimes and shake my he...

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