Which raw bones are okay?
So I recently got my boy these http://www.tuckersbones.com/images/p...eef_6in2pk.jpg he loves them, but I found out the outer part is supposed to be to hard for them to chew. I found out the marrow is supposed to be very high in protein which is okay he will get used to it. I only plan on giving him raw bone every few days or so. I have a few stores I can check to see if they have bones, but my main question is which bones are best for them to eat? My boy eats taste of the wild roasted fowl. I give him elk antlers and kuckle bones are raw knuckle bones okay? I do not give rawhide. He gets a spoonful of yogurt in every meal and a raw egg every other day. I would prefer links or photos of the bones. That way I know what to look for. I want him to be able to consume the bone and not worry about him breaking a tooth, but it won't be out all day or anything, just a few hours and always under supervision.
i think those are center cut femur bones. i give my dog
center cut femur bones. he's chewing on one as i post.
there's 4 femur bones laying around and i elk antler. i
think breaking teeth depends on how aggressive your dog
chews. a friend of mine stopped by with his Chihuahua
and his Chihuahua picked up a bone and jumped on the sofa
with it. when they left the Chihauhua grabbed a bone on his way
out of the door.
Hes a pretty aggressive chewer, but he hasnt broken any on the elk antler. It doesnt saw on the package what it is, but its hollow in the middle with the marrow all it says on the package is 6" beef bone Usa made and human consumption. He chewed on the other one today he didnt want the one he had yesterday. He licked the marrow, but seems to really like whatever is on the outside of the bone.
I think I remember reading smoked bones were bad, what are some other good bones for him to chew. Are like rib bones okay or would they not last long with them.
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