This bone is a bit of an “in between”. It’s not a hardened bone or a weight bearing bone so it might be classified as a meal bone for some large and extra large breeds. However, for most dogs this would be a chew bone. To be enjoyed for awhile and discarded before crunching down on all the tasty bone bits.
You can decide what works best for your pet. If they’ve previously enjoyed eating this entire bone without any reason for concern (e.g. constipation can be common after eating) you can allow them to consume entirely. If this is a new bone for your pet, feed supervised and make the best decision based on your pet's experience.
Meaty Beef Bone: Brisket Beef Bone
Analysis shown per 100g as fed
|Calories (min.)||308 kcal|
*Keep Frozen. Make sure to wash hands and kitchenware when coming into contact with raw meat.
**always supervise your dog when they're chewing bones and take away pieces that are too small too chew to prevent swallowing