Raw bones are fine.
Cooked bones are dangerous.
My dogs eat all kinds of raw meat and bones, and I have small dogs. They love it, their teeth and coats are great, and I've never had a problem.
If you want to try it, start with chicken wings or necks once a week. Or get a big beef knucklebone for them to chew. Not a huge commitment, just see how you feel about it.
But, if you never feel comfortable about raw bones, then don't do it. Millions of dogs live perfectly happy, healthy lives never having touched a bone.
I don't believe that one way is "right" and the other "wrong". Do what works for you and your dogs.
"We give dogs the time we can spare, the space we can spare and the love we can spare. And in return, dogs give us their all. It's the best deal man has ever made" - M. Facklam
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