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Can you give a dog a Prime Rib bone??

Just what the titles says. Is this OK for a 4 month old black lab?

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NOT cooked ever.

raw okay

never ever cooked

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I hear bones are the worst thing for dogs.. it impacts in the stomach.
My vet told me he does that surgery all the time for bones and dog toys with that whistle thing in them.

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NOT cooked ever.

raw okay

never ever cooked
You can't give a dog cooked meat?

I'd never heard this, why can't you?

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You can't give a dog cooked meat?

I'd never heard this, why can't you?
Yes, why is it bad for them?? I have 4 huge bones for him but if they're no good, I won't. And yes, they are cooked.

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do not ever give a dog a natural bone - ever
they splinter and cause intestne and stomack tears

they serve no purpose other than making you feel good that your dog likes it

dont do it

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do not ever give a dog a natural bone - ever
they splinter and cause intestne and stomack tears

they serve no purpose other than making you feel good that your dog likes it

dont do it

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I have been giving Abbie raw marrow bones for years. The cooked ones splinter

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You can't give a dog cooked meat?

I'd never heard this, why can't you?
its not the meat its the bone that like others have said splinter....i've heard some bones are ok but cant think of them off hand ...not worth it i wouldnt risk it....
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I have been giving Abbie raw marrow bones for years. The cooked ones splinter

I have always done raw cow knuckle bones as well...cooked sliver and cause severe gastroenteritis.

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Go buy a Nylabone (?sp) and the dog will be just as happy.




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Go buy a Nylabone (?sp) and the dog will be just as happy.
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My Mom's dog can chew rocks and shit cement. Yes, she gives him bones too.
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do not ever give a dog a natural bone - ever
they splinter and cause intestne and stomack tears

they serve no purpose other than making you feel good that your dog likes it

dont do it
This is not true.
Cooked or not, beef and pig bones break or chip. Some dogs digest them well, some do not.
Chicken bones splinter instead of break or chip. These are not good for dogs, although some will pass them ok.
Cooked or not, chicken, duck and small fowl bones should not be given to any size dogs.

Nylabones do not break or chip, but when a dog chews on it, will come off in shaves, acting like a dental pick and can actually be beneficial to a dog's dental care.

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do not ever give a dog a natural bone - ever
they splinter and cause intestne and stomack tears

they serve no purpose other than making you feel good that your dog likes it

dont do it
Oh crap I used to give the beagle bones all the time...he seemed fine with it.

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This is not true.
Cooked or not, beef and pig bones break or chip. Some dogs digest them well, some do not.
Chicken bones splinter instead of break or chip. These are not good for dogs, although some will pass them ok.
Cooked or not, chicken, duck and small fowl bones should not be given to any size dogs.

Nylabones do not break or chip, but when a dog chews on it, will come off in shaves, acting like a dental pick and can actually be beneficial to a dog's dental care.
so which part of my statement is untrue?

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It seems like one of those things where 99% of the time, everything will be great. Your dog will love you for it and things will be merry. Then Murphy's Law kicks in and your dog is in a lot of pain or worse. Doesn't seem worth it in my opinion when there are so many other options out there.

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so which part of my statement is untrue?
Most of it.
Its not the "natural" bones that splinter. Chicken, duck and small fowl bones splinter.
And most dog's can pass bones just fine.
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Most of it.
Its not the "natural" bones that splinter. Chicken, duck and small fowl bones splinter.
And most dog's can pass bones just fine.
good luck
your dog must love you more than mine does - because theyre not getting any natural bones.

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Thanks for all the advice guys and gals!

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I give mine big beef round bones sawed about 1-2 inches thick and then only 1 or 2 times a year. They work the marrow out and leave the rest alone.

For the rest, when in doubt, throw them out.

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