As I write this, Jasper is laying beside me chomping on his very first turkey neck! He seems to be thoroughly enjoying it, although at first he didn't know what to do with it. Hoping for no adverse reactions such as vomiting, but I'll keep you posted.
I'm really hoping some raw bones will help clean up his teeth, otherwise I might be spending a LOT of money on a dental soon
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Remington is very jealous... He thinks he should be allowed to have more turkey and a neck sounds really yummy to him... Saddly, he ate off every one's plate at Thanksgiving and is now back on a diet. Lucky he didn't repaint anything in poodle poo brown
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If the teeth are really bad, I would also maybe use a spray like Leba III, which really helps both the tartar and gums, and then start brushing the teeth. You didn't say how old Jasper is or how bad his teeth are, but I would definitely double down with more than just raw bones. The Leba III helped me quite a bit and was recommended by a vet in Canada (Sunny's vet). Good luck! Glad Angel liked the turkey necks!
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