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crumcake1223

deer bone for dog chew toy???

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im sure that the leg bones are dence enough but do you have to cook them? if so how long at what temp? i do not have a smoker yet so this ill be done on the gas grill or oven. thanks for the input and good luck to everyone. go get your trophy no matter how big or small

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Wouldn't do it myself deer bones tend to splinter and thats not good, if splinters get cauggt in dogs throat or digestive tract. But if ya want to about an hour or so if pretty meat stripped at around 350 degrees should be enough

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We raise cows, I looked into what to do with the bones on google it said not to cook then because they get brittle, give them to dogs raw. Tge first cow we had butchered I got the knuckles, they sat in tge freezer for 6 months before I found someone that wanted them. Since then I don't bother getting dog bones.

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Best bones are non-weight bearing bones that are raw. My dogs eat 100 pct raw and they love the Deer bones.

You can feed the weight bearing bones but I'd supervise. The guy above is right, never cook a bone you give to a dog.

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We raise cows, I looked into what to do with the bones on google it said not to cook then because they get brittle, give them to dogs raw. Tge first cow we had butchered I got the knuckles, they sat in tge freezer for 6 months before I found someone that wanted them. Since then I don't bother getting dog bones.

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I'll take em'! :)

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A friend picks up some sheds each Spring , & apparently the dogs love them, they don't splinter, & last forever. They also sell them in some pet stores in Canada. Might be worth a try.

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thanks guys!!! i have seen the sheds for sale at country max. i just dont want to waste deer anymore if i can help it. the meat feeds us great in my house and i process all my own. even got the 25# mixer this year. just trying to save and please the dog some. she loves her deer.

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