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    Bone help

    I got this bone for puppy this weekend, but I don't think it's a good fit. Can anyone advise? I'm concerned because he is leaving deep teeth marks and chewed some of the top (not at once, just slowly).

    If this sucks, what's a good alternative to a frozen kong? He dislikes nylabones.

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    Re: Bone help

    I don't give my dogs harder weight baring bones , some of them as individuals, can chip or crack a tooth on them don't like the Russian roulette with the harder bones for the dogs. I like giving puppies chicken feet since it's cartilage and edible and nutrition wise good for them.. And I feed raw so they do get things like chicken necks, wings, legs. have fed whole lamb necks.

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    Where do I find those? (I'm not a raw diet kinda person....I hardly feed my humans an amazing home cooked mean kinda diet.)

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    I use to be able to find chicken feet at Walmart super store, and King Soopers... but they stopped selling them. do feel it is an area thing to check your local stores and even ask if you can special order Walmart is good at that if you don't mind several big bags that you can put into the freezer until your ready for them , they keep well.. If you have a Asian store or a Mexican food grocery. PUppy's love them chilled from the fridge and especially when they teething

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