1. Raw bones contain Calcium, Magnesium, Boron and Vitamin D. These combine to form bone tissue within your pet’s body. Dairy products do not contain enough Magnesium or Boron levels to combine with Calcium to form bone tissue. 
  1. Glucosamine, Chondroitin and the co-enzymes required are also present in raw bones. The nutrients that are formed are used in joint formation and the gut cell lining of your dog. Feeding your pup raw bones ensures your pup is getting these nutrients on a regular basis. 
  1. Essential Omega 3 Fatty Acids can also be found in raw bones. These nutrients are very sensitive to heat and even sunlight. This means they are easily lost during the heating and cooking procedure of processed dog food. 
  1. In addition, raw bones contain Vitamin K2 Manganese, Phosphorus, Anti-Oxidants, Vitamin E, Vitamin A and naturally forming amino acids. 

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