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Lamb femurs are way too small to be recreational bones for Doberman sized dogs! If you want a bone just for chewing for a while, try a whole steer femur. A dog should not be able to crunch up and demolish a recreational bone.
I don't do domestic pork (so no pork necks for Rachael), but I do do imported pork ribs and halved lamb necks for project meals that clean teeth, also lamb shoulder if I can find it reasonably. Rabbit halves are good, if your dog likes rabbit. Large pieces of tripe are reputed to be great for cleaning teeth... big, rubbery chunks that have to be chewed and chewed... my dog is an idiot, and would try to suck something like this down whole and kill herself, so I don't feed it.