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FDA to Fido: Dog Bones Not Safe

Broken Teeth, Internal Injuries, Even Death Among Risks Posed by Dog Bones
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Stamper says dog owners should talk to their veterinarians about alternatives to dog bones. Many bone-like products are made with materials that are safe for dogs to chew, she says.

“Always supervise your dog with any chew product, especially one your dog hasn’t had before,” Stamper says. “And always, if your dog ‘just isn’t acting right,’ call your veterinarian right away.”

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