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Can Dogs Eat Bones?

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Some types of bones are a hard NO for treating your dogs but others can be an occasional healthy treat.  Let's cover the basics from raw vs. cooked bones and chew alternatives, and even a simple dog-friendly bone broth recipe!

6 Rules For Bones

01 Poultry Bones -  No, never feed your dog's poultry bones.

02 Beef Bones - No, never feed your dog beef bones!

03 Pork Bones - No, never feed your dog pork bones!

04 Fish Bones -The only type  that is safe are bite-sized sardines.

05 Lamb Bones - It must be large enough not to fit entirely in their mouths

06 Deer Bones - Dogs in moderation can consume raw deer bones.

Bone Broth

Bone broth is safe for dogs! It can be a delightful and nutritious addition to your dog's regular meals. Although nutritional, it should not be the primary source of nutrition for a dog.

Health Benefits

Bone broth contains a variety of nutrients that are good for dogs. It's high in protein, glycine, collagen, and glucosamine, as well as vitamins and minerals.

How to use bone broth

- Pour it over their normal food.  - Freeze it into ice cubes for a treat on hot days. - When heated until just warm it can be served as a warm drink for your pup.

How Much to Use

Dogs under 20lbs: 1 oz a day Dogs between 20-40lbs: 2 oz a day Dogs between 50-80lbs: 4 oz a day Dogs 80+ lbs: 6 oz a day

Keep Your Pup Healthy

You can boost your dog's immune system, improve liver health, support healthy digestion, and help to relieve joint pain by adding bone broth to your dog's daily meals.