|Barked: Mon Oct 22, '12 11:31am PST |
|I can't tell how big your guys are, but maybe it was just a bit too much bone? I have heard that chicken feet are something like 50-60% or more bone. (I don't feed them because Duke is allergic to chicken.)
But feet are perfectly safe and a good source of glucosamine and chondroitin, to boot. Might want to be careful feeding them to large-breed gulpers, though.
Too much bone at once could cause both constipation and puking. Duke can't handle lots of bone at once; he always hurls up the extra. So he doesn't get big boney meals anymore. He gets smaller, daily bone meals.
At any rate, I wouldn't worry too much as long as the puking isn't persistent. Maybe get them out to do some hard exercise? This gets things moving for Duke, anyway.
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