We put a "feed under supervision" disclaimer on all our chew product listings as by their nature it depends how the dog chews it as to whether the chew is manipulated into a piece/shape that could become dangerous. The tails do contain cartilage, ligament and soft-bone. The bones are air dried rather than cooked. We have not had any reported issues but would recommend that any concerned owners feed softer treats like snax sticks etc.
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- Sudden loose stools after feeding Akela fine for months? See these common reasons
- Is Akela suitable to feed to my puppy?
- Akela Samples
- Akela Feeding Guide
- Kibble Size - Medium, Small Paws or Big Paws?
- My cat likes your dog food! What's the difference?
- Can I mix your different types of food together?
- Is your food "Hypoallergenic"? Yes
- Do I need to transition gradually when switching between Akela flavours? No
- Which of your treats are suitable for puppies?