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History shows that dogs hunt down prey for food thus bones are a part of their daily diet. The notion that bones are not good for dogs arise from the fact that there are dog owners that give bones which have been cooked. Cooking softens the bone and increases the risk of splintering when eaten. This is quite true with chicken bones.

I give raw bones to my dogs. They view it as one of the week's highlights after a trip to my the butcher ;)
 
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