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Although we advocate raw feeding we do support the veterinary profession and recommend that if you have any concerns about the health of your animal you should seek professional veterinary advice.

Never feed cooked bones. Why? – A cooked bone is denser than a raw bone, which means potentially it can splinter and be harder to digest. Read more here.

We always recommend supervised feeding of bones.

Please make sure your pet is not able to swallow the bone or treat without chewing it first. Small pieces of treats and bone could potentially get wedged in the roof of the mouth or throat.

Do not feed: Onions, grapes in any form, macadamia or walnuts, chocolate, raw potato or any green part of potato or tomato. These foods are poisonous to your pet.