I like neck bones for longer chewing experiences. Soup/femur bones are very dense and if he's a dedicated chewer can wear down his teeth eventually. The idea is generally that if they're getting softer bones routinely, the need for heavy-duty extended chewing sessions drops dramatically. I am very grateful to the prey model raw diet for the total lack of a destructive chewing stage when my pupster was teething!
Originally Posted by canio6
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