Millions of people feed raw everyday, if puppies were dropping dead, we would hear about it. I wouldn't worry about feeding raw due to bones. Most people can't feed puppies raw, because they don't know enough and can't meet the dogs nutritional needs. That would me my first concern. A puppy given meaty bones, chicken backs, etc. will learn to eat slow, and chew. Which most dogs don't do when eating kibble.
You should get the grinds that are commercially available, then when the dog is a little older (less can go wrong with the dog, if you screw things up a little) start feeding raw on your own. I personally would not feed commercial raw for ever. If I feed raw, I want to know what the dog is getting. Not this paste that comes in a tube.
The raw feeders will tell you if turkey necks are safe for puppies. You just don't want something so small the puppy decides to swallow it instead of gnaw at it.
Linc Remington vom Sequoyah Haus, "Remi"- D.O.B 2/3/14
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