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Okay I bought some raw dogie bones today. I just gave it to the sisters raw. Maddie has already hidden hers and Zoey has been working on it for over a hour now. My question is should I put Maddies in the refrigerator? How many days does a bone last once the meat is all off.

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At first you might want to put the bone back in the freezer if there is any meat left on it. Try and keep it in a clean area or on a blanket. Knuckle bones are good. But always monitor them. Don't let them go off and hide with them ,you should be there if there ever was a choking problem.

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Bob made me throw out the bones. My big $1.50 investment his reasoning was we did not know where it came from was packaged for dogs. Zoey loved it . He is worried about added harmonies to the cow. If that is something to worrie about would Liver treats also be a worrie? I know their is a big issue of by products in dog foods. The liver filters out everything that is eaten that seems a bit yuckie to be giving to our dogs. What do you all think?

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nothing wrong with liver treats. Look for freeze dried. The store if it is a specialty store will be able to tell you the healthy ones.

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nothing wrong with liver treats. Look for freeze dried. The store if it is a specialty store will be able to tell you the healthy ones.
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