The 3 Amigos
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Toronto, Ontario
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I think you have to distinguish between recreational bones and raw meaty bones.
Raw meaty bones (or RMBs) are soft enough for the dog to chew up and eat - things like chicken necks, turkey necks, or duck necks, which make up about 60% of your dog’s diet and 50% of your cat’s diet. Recreational bones, on the other hand, are larger bones that the dog will chew on but will not eat the whole bone - things like beef marrow or beef neck bones.
As to the rabbit. I don't think I'll buy those anymore. My guys were constipated for almost 2 days afterwards. I haven't seen any pork bones but to be honest I'm a little nervous now buying pork after it being in the news lately. Apparently there's some bacteria that they are finding on almost all pork which is like a super bacteria.
I think for recreational bones the beef necks seem to be best for my guys. I buy them in two different sizes, toy and small. The toy ones I feed more frequently just to give them something quick, whereas the small ones will keep my guys busy for 2hrs.