The dos and don’ts of feeding raw beef bones to dogs.
DO ensure you’re supervising at all times when feeding a raw bone.
DO get an appropriately sized bone for your dog. Make sure it is big enough that they can’t swallow it whole. A raw meaty bone, like a chicken foot, is edible and safe to consume while a recreational bone like a beef marrow bone is recreational and meant for mental stimulation, jaw exercise, and dental health.
DO allow your dog to gnaw the raw beef bone, but do not allow them to consume the entire thing. Once the bone has been relieved of all its meat and Bold flavour, take it away and throw it out.
DON’T cook the bone as it can splinter and do damage to your dog’s insides.
DON’T give raw bones to your dogs that are experiencing dental issues without getting the green light from your holistic vet first.