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Post by julespercules on Thu Jun 20 2013, 22:00

hello everyone,

cant remember if it was on this website or somewhere else where I read that coconuts were a fun past time for dogs. Well we got her one today and my husband drained the milk out. We gave it her and she played with it for a while and keeps going back to it. My husband is worried that it has a best before date. So can you lovely folk help out

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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 20 2013, 22:06

you'll be fine , dogs have far less sensitive tummies than us Smile and it was on here as I remember reading it too

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Post by Guest on Fri Jun 21 2013, 17:20

Ooh never tried a coconut sounds a good idea to keep them occupied:D

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Post by janey on Fri Jun 21 2013, 18:24

I don't know tbh they must do I would have thought, I have never tried one with Moo, keep meaning too so will watch for answers Xx
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Post by Mattylee on Fri Jun 21 2013, 20:07

http://www.eatbydate.com/fruits/fresh/how-long-do-coconuts-last-shelf-life/

Ur question answered!
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Post by goldie87 on Sat Jun 22 2013, 15:44

Yeah they're fine, I give them to Zeus all the time and he has the same one for around a month or two with no problems. Great toy and cheap too!
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Post by Laura frize on Sat Jul 20 2013, 23:58

I bought Herbie one on Thursday to try & can honestly say its the only thing other than a kong he's not been able to destroy, he loved it :0) my oh drained out the milk & we all had a bit even Herbie & the cats tried it. I would thoroughly recommend you buy one for your dog/s, cheap & cheerful & keeps them occupied & happy for ages xxx
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Post by Guest on Sun Jul 21 2013, 07:06

We bought darcy one and OH top the top of, a bit like a boiled egg Smile and darcy loved it, so thumbs up from us Smile

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Post by Kathy on Sun Jul 21 2013, 10:45

It should be OK as a toy to chew, but try to remember that coconut is very high in fibre.
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