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Discussion in 'Dog Food and Diet' started by Nanny71, Aug 14, 2018.

  1. Nanny71

    Nanny71 Well-Known Member Registered

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    I have been making Dudleys food for a little while now. Mostly it is chicken but our local butcher sells skinned and jointed rabbit.
    Would this be ok to give him. I am aware there are small bones involved in rabbit, do I pick them out, or do I feed it to him with the bones.
     
  2. JoanneF

    JoanneF Well-Known Member Registered

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    If you feed it raw the bones will be fine. If you are cooking it, could you ask him to mince it so the bones are properly crushed - they would have to be finely ground though to protect against splinters piercing his digestive system.
     
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    As mentioned above by joanneF raw rabbit bones are fine>;)
     
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    Oh yeah- raw rabbit will be fine. I think the important thing is to let them have peace and quiet to chew them up! The only time I've had a problem is with ox-tail when our other dog got out into the garden too soon and the greedy cocker I suspect swallowed a chunk whole. the next day he sicked up (thank-goodness) a couple of bone pieces that I guess were too big.
     
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