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In favour of giving dogs raw bones, is the argument that dogs in the wild will eat an entire animal. This results in a balanced diet and the process of gnawing on bones keeps the teeth clean too.
Bones contain many of the essential nutrients that a dog needs, such as phosphorous and calcium.
Marrow bones are higher in fat and calories than bones with no bone marrow. Bone marrow contains decent amounts of protein and vitamin B12, as well as several other nutrients that are thought to promote good skin health and reduce joint pain
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