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.
Articles in this section
- Akela Samples
- Akela Feeding Guide
- Calcium & Phosphorus Levels
- Chew Safety
- Cooking Temperatures
- Raised tin can lids
- Why did your Duck&Rabbit wet food change to Duck&Turkey?
- Is Akela suitable for a low fat diet or dog with pancreatic issues?
- Is Akela suitable for dogs with kidney problems?