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Beef bark

Discussion in 'Doberman Nutritional Care' started by Viemarangelrock, May 14, 2019.

  1. Viemarangelrock

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    A HUGE hit from our local natural pet pantry.

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    Beef Bark - made from simply 100% cow skin, it's extremely long lasting and surprisingly not smelly. The hair aids as a natural wormer and helps maintain dental hygiene.
     
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  2. Kaiser2016

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    How does it feel? “Bark” makes me think it’s stiff but the furry side looks soft.
     
  3. Viemarangelrock

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    This is a new piece. Yes, it’s stiff. The company named it ‘beef bark’ it’s just skin.

     
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  4. Kaiser2016

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    Cool! Thanks for the video! Adding to my never ending Kaiser list lol.
     
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  5. Viemarangelrock

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    No worries! Just to pre-warn you, he most definitely will have hairy :poop: Lol
     
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  6. My2Girls

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    10349E04-FDE1-4E1D-917E-6BB74D2CB9D2.jpeg Nope! Too confusing with my cow hide rug. Lol!
     
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  7. Viemarangelrock

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  8. Kaiser2016

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    The next level of poop patrol :spit:
     
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  9. Kaiser2016

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    How are there no nose prints on that table?(very nice btw!)
     
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  10. My2Girls

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    Ha-ha. With this floor plan they usually stay out of the formal living and dining rooms- actually no one ever goes into those rooms.

    But I’ve got plenty of nose prints on the glass doors!
     
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  11. LifeofRubie

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    I'm glad you posted the video because it did look area rug sized in the pictures! Of Tara swallows a chunk (like I know my dumb dumbs would), does it digest normally and not cause issues?
     
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  12. Kaiser2016

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    I knew it! I can recognize a dog free room when I see one lol.
     
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  13. Viemarangelrock

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    It should digest normally but I would always suggest supervision. 100% natural so it should breakdown in the gut with no problems. Tara’s got a dead canine tooth so she always proceeds with caution. She’s what I class as a gentle eater.
    She does well with air-dried venison ears, rolled beef slice, rabbit ears....all with hair. They are all very similar to this product.
    I would say if you wanted to try something like this, supervise them to see how they are handling it, especially if they are an aggressive chewer.
    The venison and rabbit ears (with hair) are classed as easily digestible so maybe that would be a great starting point.
     
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  14. Viemarangelrock

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    Excited much? :woot:



    Grinding away at it with her back teeth



    Didn’t realise she had a massive eye bogey till I was filming! Lol
     
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  15. Kaiser2016

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    Awwww she’s so cute how she was backing up and licking her lips. Kaiser does that too! Also turning their backs when they are eating something like they want some privacy haha. Such characters!
     
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