Pet Bones and
Bones for Dog Pets
Pet bones come in all shapes and sizes. Cat bones are chicken necks and smaller sized bones.
Bones for dog pets are somewhat larger in size than cat bones. However, sometimes dogs and cats can eat the same types of bones.
Chicken necks are actually good eating bones for cats and dogs.
This is one thing that I do not see very often in a regular grocery store and that is - real bones for your pets.
We all know that dogs especially love to chew on a good bone every now and then - usually they are given a cooked bone that gets discarded from a family meal.
However, I do not believe that cooked bones are safe for dogs or cats to eat because the minerals in the bones become undigestible after being cooked.
Usually, pet owners resort to feeding their animals some sort of "fake" chewy that just doesn't appear to be nutritious in any way.
Knuckle Bone Cartilage
Man's best friend's favorite treat.
Cartilage from the knuckle primal muscle is a rare treat for your dog.
This little known treat has been a well kept secret by meat cutters for years and is now available to pet owners online.
0.5 pound average
Free Range Chicken Necks
Free range chicken necks averaging 6.0 pounds per package.
1 pound comprised of 4 to 6 bones
Lamb Marrow Bone
One pound bundle of nutrient dense lamb marrow bones.
3 to 5 bones per bundle averaging 4 inches in length
Lamb Spare Ribs
Ribs weigh an average of 20 ounces each
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