These necks are suitable for smaller dogs. Enid loves them.
It's recommended that owners keep an eye on their dog while they are eating bones. If you've got a gulper on your hand who likes to swallow necks whole, one tip is to hold the one end of the bone while your dog chews and breaks the neck into smaller pieces.
Raw, non-weight bearing bones are fairly soft, so can be digested easily whilst offering a bit of a crunchy texture. Raw chicken necks provide a bit of texture and variety to the daily meal. They offer great mental stimulation, contribute to optimal health and are a lean source of protein and other nutrients. Due to the texture, they'll also contribute to keeping your dog's gnashers pearly white.
As with all bones though, don't feed too many in one sitting as too much of this good thing can cause constipation.
Analytical Declarations: Protein 15%, oil 5%, moisture 69%,
I've never tried raw food before for my dog (a show cocker spaniel - 9 years old) but had heard good things and I also really liked the philosophy of this company -the transparency about the contents of the food and they seemed like good quality products. However I was not prepared for how much my dog LOVES these chicken necks. I keep them in the freezer and defrost in tepid water - Penny knows when I go to the freezer she is in for a treat and gets very excited - it's very sweet. Other dried treats don't come close. Also I was pleased as they seem fine for her stomach and the raw bones are pliable and chewy - seriously the ultimate dog treat!