Aunt Jeni’s Home Made
Raw Meaty Bones
Poultry Necks

$8.95$15.95

Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Raw Meaty Bones

Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Raw Meaty Bones – Poultry Necks provide an excellent source for your dog’s need to chew. These raw meaty bones (poultry necks) are available in chicken necks and duck necks. Also, they are great for cleaning your dog’s teeth and gaining nutrition at the same time.

 

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Description

Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Raw Meaty Bones

Chicken Necks: Individually frozen, skinless chicken necks. Each bag of chicken necks is approximately 2 lbs and contains approximately 16 pieces.

Duck Necks: Individually frozen, skinless duck necks. The bag of duck necks is approximately 2 lbs and contains approximately 8 pieces.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Chicken Necks: Duck Necks:
Crude Protein (min) 19% Crude Protein (min) 18%
Crude Fat (min) 6% Crude Fat (min) 6%
Crude Fiber (max) .2% Crude Fiber (max) .2%
Moisture (max) 68% Moisture (max) 70%
Ash (max) 5% Ash (max) 5%
Calcium 1.6% Calcium 2.1%
Phosphorous 0.9% Phosphorous 0.8%
Ca:P 1.7:1 Ca:P 2.6:1
Calorie Content (calculated) ME 33 kcal/oz Calorie Content (calculated) ME 33 kcal/oz

 

 

 

Poultry Necks (Raw Meaty Bones) are great for:

  • Satisfying your pet’s natural desire to chew
  • Exercising jaws, especially for puppies
  • Helping to keep the teeth clean and stimulating the gums
  • Providing an all-natural source of chondroitin for arthritis/joint pain
  • Serving as a calcium source in your homemade diet
  • Stretching your food budget without compromising quality nutrition

Eco-friendly packaging! Resealable, compostable, freezer-proof, leak-proof bag.

Keep frozen until ready to use. Our RMB’s are individually frozen, which makes it easy to remove and thaw just the amount you need and keep the rest frozen. Remove the quantity to be used and thaw in the refrigerator before serving.

How to add Raw Meaty Bones to your pet’s feeding routine:

  • Replace some of your pet’s normal daily diet with an equal amount of RMB, up to 50%
  • Let your pet enjoy an occasional whole meal of RMB, perhaps once or twice a week.
  • Keep the overall amount of food fed per day the same as always; just substitute some RMB for your usual kibble, homemade, or Aunt Jeni’s (or other ) pre-made raw diet.

Tips for feeding:

  • ALWAYS supervise your pet, no matter how much experience you have with feeding bones!
  • If your pet doesn’t know what to do with the RMB, try holding one end while encouraging her to chew on the other; be careful of your fingers! Try holding your end with a pair of pliers.
  • For a small dog or a cat, you may want to chop the RMB into smaller pieces. Let puppies or kittens tackle oversized bones; they can’t choke, and they will have lots of fun!
  • For older pets, the use of Digestive Aid (enzymes and/or probiotics) may be beneficial.
  • Never cook RMBs! Cooking will make the bones splintery and dangerous. R stands for RAW

Raw Meaty Bone FAQs

Do I have to feed RMB to my pet? I am nervous about the bones.

No, of course, you don’t have to feed RMB if you are not comfortable doing so. But if you’re up to it, your pet will no doubt enjoy it! Remember, the consumption of RMB by dogs and cats is completely natural. Even if your large dog swallows a chicken neck whole, there is no cause for concern (it will digest ok). But still, be sure you always supervise your pets while they are enjoying their RMBs!

Wow, my pet LOVES this RMB. Why can’t I just feed RMB and nothing else?

It’s tempting, but please don’t use RMB as the only food source for the long term. An occasional meal of all RMB is ok, but your pet needs other nutrients that don’t exist in a diet comprised solely of RMB.

It is normal to observe firmer, “white” colored stools following the consumption of RMB; however, excessive bone in the diet may lead to constipation. If this becomes an issue for your pet, reduce the amount of RMB you use. Supplementing with some oil may ease the immediate situation.

Did you know? RMB’s are a natural source of minerals, including calcium!

Eco-friendly packaging! Resealable, compostable, freezer-proof, leak-proof bag.

 

Additional information

Poultry Necks

Chicken Necks, Duck Necks