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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-09-2017, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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Oyster Treats???

I found some natural dog treat but in the ingredients it says finely ground oyster shells. Is that safe to give to my 6mo old puppy, or any dog??
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I found some natural dog treat but in the ingredients it says finely ground oyster shells. Is that safe to give to my 6mo old puppy, or any dog??
I used that for chickens, probably a marketing gig. Better give them the calcium from raw bones or meaty bones where it is in balance with phosphorus.
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It's not dangerous.I add it (diamatoceous earth) to my dog's food to prevent parasites.They love the flavor and it's good for their digestive tract.Really!

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