MEATY BONES - Flat Rib Bone Small - 1 lb


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FLAT RIB BONE SMALL – 1 LB

Recreational Chewing Bone

Flat Beef Ribs are the classic raw chewing bone.  A great entry level chewing bone that is perfect for puppies as well as adult dogs. A ripping and tearing bone that is a great physical and mental workout for your dog. They are also excellent for cleaning teeth.

 

 

DESCRIPTION

1 lb Bag

Best selling raw meaty bone.  Perfect for puppies to adult dogs, with lots of meat on the rib, this is a ripping and tearing bone that is a great physical and mental workout for your dog.

  • Hormone & Antibiotic Free
  • Pasture Raised Beef
  • Good for puppies to adult dogs
  • Amazing dental benefit – keeps teeth clean!
  • Can be fed 2 – 3 x per week


      NUTRIENT FACTS

      Nutrition Analysis

      Per 100g as fed

      Calories (kcal) 273.3
      Crude protein (g) 24.30
      Crude fat (g)
      18.10
      Carbohydrate (g)
      3.30
      Moisture (g)
      46.00
      Calcium (g)
      2.40
      Phosphorus (g)
      2.20

       


      INGREDIENTS

      FLAT RIB BONE

      Disclaimer: Big Country Raw® follows the Minimal Requirement (Amount/1000kcal for Growing Puppies After Weaning & Adults Dogs) suggested by The Nutrient Requirement for Dogs and Cats by the National Research Council (NRC). For the nutrients P, Na, K, I, Co, Mn, and Vit A, E & B group (no minimum requirement provided) recipes match the NRC Recommended Allowance. For Omega-3 Fatty acids (ALA, EPA, DHA), and Vit D we strongly suggest adding fish or Thrive® Herring Oil to meet the NRC Recommended Allowances.

       

      FEEDING GUIDE

      Keep raw bones frozen until ready to use.  TIP:  Offering raw bones frozen may help to prevent gulping from eager eaters, and will extend the chew time for a more enjoyable chew.

      To thaw, we recommend thawing in a refrigerator for at least 6 to 12 hrs.  Once thawed we recommend serving within 3 days. Not intended for human consumption.

      Raw bones may pose a potential hazard to dogs and cats. Always supervise your pet when feeding raw bones.

      Ideal chewing technique should include removal of the meat, cartilage and sinews without fully consuming the bone. Forceful chewing that results in cracking the bone may increase risks of choking and the potential for tooth fractures. Once the bare bone is visible, we suggest discarding the bone.

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