GIVE A DOG A BONE....
Today’s packaged dog foods have omitted an essential part of their natural diet – bones. Not only the hard bone material but all the nutrients attached to the bone – cartilage and ligaments which are essential building blocks especially for young dogs. Cartilage is rich in collagen and chondroitins which bind together to provide strength, cushioning and flexibility. We see an increasing number of developmental joint problems today especially in large breed dogs that grow rapidly during the first 6 months of their life. So give your dog a bone – not only will it provide good nutrition but will encourage healthy gums and teeth and provide enjoyment as they chew away at the bone. Joint Flex can be used to supplement the diet, especially for young large breed dogs, after surgery and in older age when stiffness appears first thing in the morning or after long exercise
Raw chicken necks are a very easy meal or snack and balanced
Raw brisket provides meat, fat and bone – a complete meal. I suggest you remove the short piece of rib bone as it is too hard to chew