The lamb bones are from a young animal and are much softer than the beef bones. These are great for smaller dogs or dogs under 2 years with soft calcified teeth. Bones should ALWAYS be used under supervision and as a supplement or treat, this is not a complete diet. Very rarely do raw bones cause harm but avoid bones being swallowed whole, eaten too fast, the potential of broken teeth or bones being buried in the sofa always feed under supervision. Warning: do not feed your dog cooked bones! Keep frozen. Serve frozen or thaw in refrigerator and use immediately. Wash hands with warm water after handling. Keep raw food separate from other food.
- Natural source of protein, fat and calcium
- Bones are a good source of minerals and other nutrients
- Helps maintain clean teeth and strong jaw
- An excellent choice for the dog because it contains omega 3 fatty acids and anti-inflammatory properties - it is considered to be one of the most hypoallergenic meats
- Help satisfy your dog's appetite
- Chewing stimulates saliva enzymes and helps prevent plaque buildup on teeth and gum disease.