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Uncooked raw bones are usually filled with marrow (the fatty substance found in the cavity of the bone). This can include ribs, tails, necks, hips, femurs, knuckles, and feet from animals like cows or buffalo.
Usually served frozen, recreational bones are a delicious treat that provides mental stimulation and good teeth cleaning.
While we’ve already mentioned a few, here are the significant benefits of raw bones for dogs:
Raw bones clean teeth: when a dog chews on a bone, they remove tartar or calculus from their teeth , reducing the likelihood of developing gum disease. Tartar is a big problem. Once tartar or calculus starts to build up on teeth, plaque can enter under the gum line, causing inflammation (gingivitis), which invites bad bacteria to join the gums and body. Over time, this can lead to infection all over the body...issues in the joints, liver, and elsewhere. Tartar build-up should be avoided at all costs.
Raw bones are all-natural: compared to highly-processed and highly-chemical rawhide chews, bones are all-natural! This whole, unprocessed food works with dogs bodies and doesn’t contain unnecessary chemicals or preservatives—the only preservative is the freezer!
Raw bones provide mental stimulation: dogs, especially puppies, have an innate desire to chew. By providing dogs with a positive outlet for chewing, you won’t have to worry as much about chewing on things they aren’t supposed to (like your favorite pair of socks). When mentally stimulated, dogs will be far less likely to act out and cause destruction elsewhere in the house.