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Dogs benefit from eating meal bones or chew bones for several reasons:

·         Dental health: Chewing on bones helps remove plaque and tartar buildup, promoting healthier teeth and gums. This natural abrasive action can reduce the risk of dental issues like gum disease and tooth decay.

·         Mental stimulation: Chewing on bones provides mental stimulation for dogs, helping to alleviate boredom and prevent destructive behaviour. It can also satisfy their natural urge to chew, which is important for their psychological well-being.

·         Exercise and muscle development: Gnawing on bones can help strengthen jaw muscles and improve overall dental health. It also provides a form of exercise, especially for larger, more active breeds.

·         Nutritional benefits: Depending on the type of bone, dogs can derive some nutritional benefits from chewing. For example, raw bones can provide essential nutrients like calcium and phosphorus, which are important for bone health.

However, ensuring that the bones are appropriate for your dog's size, breed, and chewing habits is crucial.

Supervision is also essential to prevent choking hazards or injuries. Additionally, NEVER feed COOKED BONES, as they can SPLINTER and cause digestive issues or internal injuries.

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