Raw Patella Bone
Ideal for dental health, they are not as hard as weight bearing bones such as marrow bones, and allow dogs of all sizes and ages to safely gnaw on a raw meaty bone with far less concerns of teeth breakage compared to marrow bones which are a weight bearing bone that is extremely hard.
When your dog gnaws on a raw bone they are mentally stimulated, distracted from boredom and doing their own work of removing plaque and tartar from their teeth. The meat tissue still left on the bones allow for a separate type of chewing, which is natural and great for “flossing” and satisfying natural chewing instincts.
This is the nibbling and pulling you see your dog do with his front teeth. They will use their front teeth to clean off the bones which is a great way to naturally floss teeth.