Can dogs eat lamb bones

Can dogs eat lamb bones

  • Dogs can chew on lamb bones
  • Dogs cannot eat thin or brittle bones
  • Cooking bones makes them brittle

Can dogs eat lamb bones?

you may ask yourself can my dog lamb bones?

Can you give your dog lamb bones is not as simple of a question as you may think  in fact, depending on the dog, different bones can be given.  Larger dogs can only have thicker bones because of their jaw strength, while smaller dogs may be able to have some thinner bones.

The reasoning behind this is that dogs can chip up pieces of the bone, ans swallow them.  If this happens, the fragments of bone can cause damage to the stomach, and the colon.

If your dog is not used to eating bones, limit the amount of time your dog has to eat them, and only let them play with the lamb bones under supervision.

The bones should not be cooked.  When you cook bones, they become brittle, and they splinter more easily.

Post by: Adrian Sau

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20 comments

  1. ;] – I searched and found it. Thanks for the post.

  2. bones break and splinter easily.

  3. I really do not trust any type of bone.

  4. dont feed cooked bones.

  5. lamb is ok for dogs,so as long as the bone is not brittle, it should be ok.

  6. I would not risk giving any bones. This is because if you give bones, they must be raw, and raw meat can have all sorts of bacteria.

  7. I give my dog beef bones all the time, lamb bones should be ok as well.

  8. I usually do not give any bones… I do not trust any bones for splinters.

  9. if the bone is not cooked, its ok for dogs.

  10. thanks, i was about to give a cooked bone to my dog, good thing i read this.

  11. Hey, this is true.

  12. Dont give any cooked bones to your dog

  13. any bones that are not very thin should be fine.

  14. If bones are not cooked, they are fine for dogs to chew on.

  15. as long as bones are not brittle, they are safe.

  16. Any think bones dogs can eat, as long as you dont cook them first.

  17. dogs can eat any bone that is uncooked, and that is not hollow.
    (lamb and beef bones are ok, chicken and fish bones are not)

  18. Lamb bones are not too bad, never give chicken or turkey bones.

  19. I did not know bones were so dangerous!
    Thanks for the post!

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