It’s natural for a dog to crunch away on a bone, it keeps their teeth and gums clean and exercises important jaw and neck muscles.
A brisket bone comes from the soft fatty cartilage that connects the two sides of an animals chest, they make a great alternative to large hard bones for dogs. The high level of fat in brisket bones make them great for very active dogs or dogs that need the extra condition. They are naturally high in digestible calcium and other minerals as well as fat soluble vitamins.
Feeding brisket bones should be based on a dogs condition, as a guide feed up to three brisket bones per week to an adult dog or 2-3 small bones per week to a pup.