Chicken Necks are great bones for cleaning teeth! The neck has many thin, crunchy bones that act like a toothbrush as your dog or cat chews them down. When they are raw and not cooked, the bones are quite soft so you don’t need to worry as opposed to feeding cooked bones. Because of their small size, these bones are ideal for cats and smaller dogs who cannot have larger bones like buffalo knuckles or turkey necks.
If you are feeding a homemade diet, chicken necks are also a great way to add bone content to your pet’s meal. For more information on making your own raw diet for your pets, see our article on DIY raw.
Chicken necks are a great source of protein and calcium and can be used as a meal replacement in a pinch. Just let your dog or cat crunch down on them! Just thaw and serve, it’s as easy as that. If you would like to learn more about feeding raw bones to your cat or dog, take a look at our blog post here!
Ingredients: Antibiotic and Hormone-Free Chicken Necks