Just remember that every dog is different, so even though it is very important to include raw bones in the diet, don't be afraid to alter slightly the suggested ratio of bone to meat to suit your dog. Too much bone leads to constipation for some dogs while too little bone leads to squirts for others. It's pretty simple actually - bones make stools harder. Vegetables make stools softer. You want to end up with a fairly hard, compact stool, but not with constipation or a stool that comes out looking like powder (you'll see what I mean after a boney meal ) My girl cannot handle as much bone as my boy so she gets more meat in her meals.
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