Chicken necks have long been a popular raw feeding diet go to. Their bones tend not to splinter can provide the perfect natural way of getting the right balance of calcium and phosphorus into your dog's raw food diet.
Whilst pet industry guidelines state how much calcium your dog needs and in what ratios – what is commercially sold as powdered form in most dog food is not always from bone sources and lacks the calcium - phosphorous ratio that occurs naturally in bones.
RAW FEEDING DIET TIPS
For large dogs chicken necks may be fed as a whole meal
For small to medium sized dogs up to 25 kg we recommend to feed over several meals. Add a few necks to every raw and fresh meal over a period of days for your cat or dog.