No bone is truly ‘safe’ 100% of the time for 100% of dogs.
It might interest you to know that dog health insurers do not cover any illness/injury caused by “raw food diets”.
When I first got insurance 4 years ago, I asked about that exclusion.
The answer; too many claims.
They consider those claims to be an “avoidable illness” which are not covered.
That’s why I have to practice pro-active health measures such as dental cleaning, vaccines, etc.
Case in point, Odin recently racked up quite a bill over a what turned out to be just a stomach bug.
They paid me back 90% of my vet bills.
Had he been on raw or BARF, they would not have paid me a dime.
But, they’re your dogs.
From the link, a half-truth, perhaps born of ignorance;
What is the average lifespan of a wild canid?
How much longer do our dogs live, on the average, than they did even just 20 years ago?
There’s your truth.
I’ll answer my own question for the sake of those who might choose unwisely.
Q: What it the life span of a wolf?
A: In the wild wolves rarely live beyond 10 years.
However, they can live for up to 20 years in captivity.
So, I wonder what they are eating in captivity?