Doggobone Mutton Leg Bone
The dog’s body is built to consume bones, it is necessary to include Bones in a raw diet. Bones are living tissue. Raw Bones contain a wide variety of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, proteins, natural antioxidants (enzymes and anti-aging factors), and fats (essential fatty acids). The bone marrow alone is a highly nutritious mix of blood forming elements, such as iron.
One way you can help your dog fight boredom? Provide him with a recreational, or raw meaty, bone every now and again.
Never leave your dog unsupervised with a bone.
Never give your dog cooked bones; it is not only unhealthy for a dog, but also dangerous.