|Barked: Fri Jun 22, '12 5:32pm PST |
|yes I do, but part of it depends on your dog's eating habits. I have watched Cookie (she is 9 lbs) eat lots of chicken, wings, breast, necks, thighs, feet..
and I'm still kind of experimenting with good teeth cleaners too because I feed my dog mostly a pre-made complete ground raw mix. sometimes chicken necks have skin on them, but the skin kind of hangs off. on the thighs, they are a more heafty piece and the skin is well attached so she tends to really have to chew the skin off and I think there's just more 'chewing' than just crunching and down the hatch. depending on cost, you should probably just try stuff out and watch the dogs to figure out what works best. I've always imagined that having to rip meat off of a big inedible bone would be the best for teeth, but I could never afford to buy anything with a big bone in it... there's lots of youtube vidoes of dogs eating different raw meats, that might be a good resource for seeing which meats require a lot of chewing (ripping grinding etc). in fact I think I may go do a youtube search right now. xD
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