Cut into approximately 2-inch thick pieces.
5-pound bag of neck bones
Animal Welfare and Sourcing
The meat used to produce the blend is USDA Certified and Inspected for Human Consumption. The meat comes into the facility fresh just like you’d purchase from your local butcher or meat counter.
Beef Neck Bones
Beef neck bones are a very meaty consumable bone, producedfrom grass-fed premium pastured cattle.Never high heat pasteurized or processed by HPP (high-pressure pasteurization).
Healthy, mouthwatering and jam-packed full of nature's natural nutrients. Our yummy beef neck bones are a softer bones giving your dog's jaws a pleasing workout, and helping to promote teeth and gum health. The neck bones have attached connective tissue and valuable nutrients such as phosphorus, calcium plus natural glucosamine and chondroitin helpful in maintaining joint health.
Chewing is a form of relaxation for your fur babies and feeding raw meaty bones is an important component of a raw diet.
Serve as a treat or part of your dog's raw bone ratio 1-3 times per week.
Caution and suggestions when feeding Raw Meaty Bones:
The Raw Food products are a pet food supplement only, not for Human Consumption.
Handling and consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase you and your pet's risk of a foodborne illness.
The neck bones are my dog's absolute favorite! They have lots of meat and keep my dog busy for a long time.
I need to order more. They last longer and provide greater chewing opportunities for my Malinois. She has some pearly whites for a five year old dog and NO TARTER!
If you could imagine a 60 lbs. golden jumping up and down while running between me (walking from the kitchen intentionally slow to enjoy the action) and her crate (where she gets her meaty bones to mess with) that would be all you need to know if it's worth buying. She usually manages to eat the whole thing. It takes time though. But she enjoys every second of it. I make sure she gets it after everything else she needs to do is done with, because she will ignore me till the bones are gone.
My dog loves these and they keep him occupied for a while. He likes to bury them too. He prefers bison ribs, but those haven't been available.