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Beef bones for dogs, where can you find them ? checked all major supermarkets

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6 hours ago, dick dasterdly said:

😀 I wish I was a regular lottery winner!  Unfortunately, I'm just an ordinary person - who spends FAR more on food (I trust) for my dogs than myself!

 

I'm probably being neurotic about it, but I don't trust Thai meat to not be full of hormones etc. ☹️.

 

Yes, NZ lamb is a lot more expensive than Thai meat - but minced NZ lamb and 'bone in leg' lamb is the cheapest alternative.  IIRC, minced NZ lamb is around 300 bht per kilo, and bone in leg lamb is around 250 bht per kilo.

Again I'd like a bit of reassurance please. Are you sure the 300 & 250 baht amounts aren't missing a zero ? You do say lamb... not mutton or camel. If I provide my own water bowl, blanket & prepared to sleep in your kennel, can I come live with you ?

I trust you realise this is written tongue in cheek.....

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19 hours ago, malt25 said:

Again I'd like a bit of reassurance please. Are you sure the 300 & 250 baht amounts aren't missing a zero ? You do say lamb... not mutton or camel. If I provide my own water bowl, blanket & prepared to sleep in your kennel, can I come live with you ?

I trust you realise this is written tongue in cheek.....

No, the costs I quoted aren't missing a zero.

 

Check out Makro NZ lamb prices on minced and 'bone in leg' prices.

 

My dogs don't have a kennel, they sleep wherever they want both inside and outside the house - so sorry, no kennel available 😀.

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On 3/19/2019 at 9:04 AM, Arjen said:

I do not want to discuss about this. We prefer also beef bones. And we buy them from the market. We must order them, and then a few days later we get a big bag full with mostly legs, but also ribs and spines. I keep[ them a few months in the freezer to kill worms.

 

Anyway, I think your best bet is a local wet/fresh market.

 

 

hello, does it really work to keep bones in the freezer to kill worms ?

 

And how much do you pay bones ?

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, dick dasterdly said:

No, the costs I quoted aren't missing a zero.

 

Check out Makro NZ lamb prices on minced and 'bone in leg' prices.

 

My dogs don't have a kennel, they sleep wherever they want both inside and outside the house - so sorry, no kennel available 😀.

Even better. I'm happy to just curl up on the mat in front of the telly. After me belly full of lamb. Don't get much better than this.

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2 hours ago, myshem said:

 

hello, does it really work to keep bones in the freezer to kill worms ?

 

And how much do you pay bones ?

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

Yes, that is the common way to do it.  (kill the worms)

The bones we get for free, but we must ask many times.

 

Arjen.

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On 3/18/2019 at 8:03 PM, KhunBENQ said:

Don't feed raw pork bones

Forgive my ignorance, but this is the first time I've heard this. Why not? 

 

Ignore this question, I've found the answer in one of the following replies which I hadn't read yet. 

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9 minutes ago, djayz said:

Forgive my ignorance, but this is the first time I've heard this. Why not? 

I would be concerned for the same reason as humans should not eat raw pork (meat). A bone will have more or less of meat.

Meat posing risk of having roundworms (nematodes).

I know that raw minced pork must only be eaten if the meat had been deep frozen (-30C or so) before.

Cooking the bone has the other risk. Bone might sliver/split.

We stopped using pork bones at all.

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