Our chicken necks are sourced fresh every week, as a human bi-product, they are actually usable for human consumption. Feeding meaty bones like frames and necks are not only part of a necessary requirement for food and cleaning your pet’s teeth, but they also learn how to eat properly. They use their jaws to crush the soft bones, which in turn exercises their neck muscles, their jaws get utilized, which also is connected to their ears and helps to clean them as well. Always only feed fresh chicken bones not COOKED bones as they splinter when cooked!
Protein is needed to build, repair, and maintain body tissues, organs, and cells in all parts of the body. Proteins are complex molecules and are made up of different combinations of smaller units called amino acids. Protein is necessary to build a strong, muscular body.
Some calcium is obtained through the blood that is consumed through raw products; however, your pet’s main supply of calcium is produced by your pet’s natural internal system when fed a balanced raw diet.