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    YellowLabProject is offline Senior Member
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    I fed Tiegan her first piece of Lamb last night. It was late, we had just returned from our "clicker training" workshop weekend at 2am, so I had not prepared her nightly meal.... did not thaw anything. So I went to the store looking for something a little different, beef neck or something else good.... she gets chicken a lot. I could not find any beef necks, only pork necks. After one of our discussions here I am heeding the advice and staying away from pork. I found some lamb. It was labled as Lamb w/ Bone in. So I bought that, it was 1lb.

    Two things I would like to share: 1)Lamb stinks! not like wafting throughout the entire room, but I stay w/ her through her entire feedings and picking up the remaining bone and when she was close enough to smell her breath- (the smelling breath is not part of the feeding....), it really stunk, even this morning her breath had remnants of lamb... 2)Bone In- It was really a tough bone, to hard for her to eat it. She knawed on it a good long time, it was fun for her, or at least it was a good time-passer. But it did not give her any bone....

    So that makes me wonder what types of bones they can actually crunch and eat....

    Doug
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    ObedienceLabs4Me is offline Senior Member
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    Some of the larger animals it is more difficult for them to eat the bone. I know Caleb loves lamb and mutton. I get some pre-ground with the bone in it from Hare Today (don't know where you live but they are fairly close to me so it makes it ok with shipping). I still use the Oxyfresh oral solution that sell in his water cause even though I don't really need it for his teeth, I can't stand the trip breath and the chicken breath so when he gets a drink it does help with that.

    One more thing. Doug, you are a good Dad! 2 a.m. Caleb would have gotten a can of sardines and I would have been in bed!
    Susan
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    YellowLabProject is offline Senior Member
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    Hi Susan,
    I would love to take the compliment, and hopefully I still am.... , but no we did not go shopping for her at 2am- I was zonked from the weekend. The trip was 7 hours home and we both just crashed. I had enough food for her for breakfast and lunch which had pre-prepared, it was dinner that I had forgotten to do- bad-bad Dad!

    Oxyfresh... hmmm- I will check into this. Maybe it can help her other end too?
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    DefaultRe: Lamb

    Quote Originally Posted by YellowLabProject
    After one of our discussions here I am heeding the advice and staying away from pork.
    Doug, what discussion was that? I don't remember hearing about any problems with pork?

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    John,
    Here you go....
    https://www.justlabradors.com/forum/i...c,73354.0.html

    ps. I got my samples in and will be mailing them out to you tonight or tomorrow. So look for them by Friday.

    Doug
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