Chicken Carcass / Backs - Sold by the lbs.
Raw chicken treats, including the most impoartant part... the raw bones, which are full of protein, without any negative side effects... Ask your Vet!
While you’ve been told that dogs should never have chicken bones, that warning is specifically about cooked chicken bones. When the bones are raw, they’re fairly soft and flexible, meaning they’re easy to chew. If they’re cooked, these bones become brittle and become sharp when chewed. Remember that dogs are descendants from wolves and other wild dogs where bones are a staple in their diet. Raw chicken bones are actually very dense in nutrients essential for dogs, as well as doing the job of cleaning their teeth and gums as they chew on them.
Our all-natural chicken necks provide a chew and crunch your dog will love! With an approximate 65% meat and 35% bone ratio, these necks are ideal for dogs of any breed or size and can be served as a complete diet with the addition of organ meat.
These "skin-on" chicken necks will naturally clean your dog's teeth. They are loaded with healthy calcium,chicken necks help keep your dog’s teeth and bones strong, while chondroitin, glucosamine, and omega-3 help improve joint function and reduce inflammation. These meaty bones are the perfect anytime chew.