Dog Bones & Meat

Don't forget to purchase fresh bones and meats at John Mull's Meats for your furry ones at home.

  • Chicken Neck & Backs
  • Chicken Livers
  • Turkey Necks
  • Beef Hearts
  • Beef Livers

Raw meat and beef bones for dogs in Las Vegas at John Mull's Meats

Dogs are carnivores!

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Feeding Raw is Easy

A raw meat diet is simple. Feed your dog chicken (bone-in), beef roasts and ribs, pork ribs, pork shoulder roasts, turkey quarters, fish, leg of lamb, venison, rabbit and other game. Nothing else. No vegetables, no fruit, no grains. Raw feeders advocate about 10% of the diet should consist of bone and the rest meat, including a small portion of organ meat such as liver, kidney and heart. A good rule of thumb is to feed your dog about 2% of his body weight daily.

What NOT to Feed
Avoid feeding your dog cut bones like pork country style ribs, bone-in chuck roast or bone-in steaks, pork chops, or other meats with sharp, thinly sliced blades of bone. Also avoid beef bones of all kinds. They are guaranteed tooth-breakers. Chicken, pork and lamb bones are softer and okay to give.

Start Slowly
It is usually best to start with chicken because it is relatively bland and easy to digest. As your dog gets used to the chicken, you can gradually introduce new foods, one at a time, such as pork, beef, or lamb. At first your dog may have loose stools as he gets accustomed to his new diet. This goes away in a few days.

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Note: It's always best to consult your vet for your size, breed and condition of your dog before changing their diet. John Mull's Meats and/or it's staff are not to be held responsible for choices you make and administer with your pet.