When choosing a raw bone for your pet, please note these important tips:
- Always choose bones larger than your pets mouth capacity to avoid choking.
- Always supervise your pet while chewing on bones.
- Never feed cooked bones!!!
- If your pet cannot tolerate raw bones, be sure to include a meal that contains bone in it 3-4 times per week. Alternatively, you can add a quality natural sourced calcium supplement to their diet.
Keep frozen. Recreational bones for medium and large dogs (25 lbs to 80 lbs). For cleaner teeth and mental stimulation. Choose a bone larger than your pet’s mouth capacity, defrost before feeding, and always supervise closely. Throw away bone when your dog has chewed down to the brittle part of the bone, as splinters can occur. Do not allow your dog to chew the bone down to small pieces he can swallow. Refrigerate leftovers or discard within 1 hour. Wash hands and all contact surfaces with soap and hot water.
Caution: This product is NOT recommended for aggressive chewers – femur can splinter with enough pressure. Bones that are filled with marrow should be avoided if your pet has pancreatitis. DO NOT COOK!