Bare Bones are popular with dogs. These center bones are USA all-natural beef femur or tibia bones and do not have natural smoke or meat left on them. They still have that great bone flavor dogs love. They are a bare naked bone. These are best for small to medium dogs. All Jones' products are 100% grown and made in the USA.
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I’m just saying I’m not comfortable giving them to my dogs for the reasons I stated, although I will occasionally give Ace a large, round knuckle bone. I’d love to hear what the rest of you do. I am aware many people regularly give their dogs beef knuckle bones, femurs and so on for recreational chewing with no issues.
There are many safe, natural, uncooked choices for your dog
Filet Mignon Beef Femur slices (2)-Our smoked and slow-roasted natural beef femur bone slices are full of flavors sure to satisfy your dog’s appetite. These high-density bones are naturally filled with marrow to ensure a long-lasting and healthy challenge for your dog.
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Bare Bones are popular with dogs. These 7" center bones are USA all-natural beef femur or tibia bones that do not have any natural smoke or meat left on them. They still have that great bone flavor dogs love. They are a bare naked bone. These are best for medium to large size dogs. All Jones' products are 100% grown and made in the USA.Promoting good dental health isn’t the only thing that the are good for. The bones are an excellent way to satisfy your dog’s natural want to chew (and chew and chew and chew) while also providing a tasty treat inside. The time it takes to eat all of the filling only adds to the chew time it takes your dog to get through their treat. Even once the filling is gone, your dog still has the natural beef femur bone to chew on!The dog bones we sell at Tony’s Market are beef femur bones and are the strongest of all bones and full of marrow. They will not splinter, crack, or break in your dog’s mouth. Other places may sell you rib, knuckle, or chine bones, which are potentially very dangerous for Fido.If a person has an older dog who has never had raw bones, I generally steer them toward turkey necks instead (which I give frozen as well). Old dogs have a greater tendency to break teeth. My 11 year-old dog has raw bones frequently but she has been eating them for ten years. We do cut beef femurs and beef rib bones mostly. The ribs are softer so my dogs eat the entire bone where the femur bones last for weeks.