Dogs and cats are designed to crush and consume soft bones such as those found in these out of spec products. In most cases, these products will not be a health or safety issue for both dogs and cats. If your pet has consumed any of these products you will want to monitor whether they appear to have any issues with chewing as it is possible that a larger piece of bone may get lodged between two teeth. As well, we recommend observing your pet to ensure that there are no digestive or intestinal issues within 72 hours of feeding the affected product.
Modified on: Fri, 22 Dec, 2017 at 4:33 PM
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