Brisket Beef Bone – 2 lb

(4 customer reviews)

Recreational  Chewing Bone

Big Country Raw Meaty Bones – Beef Soft Rib Shank or Brisket Bone

Ontario Sourced Beef
Hormone & Antibiotic Free
50/50 Meat to Fat Ratio – offer in moderation.


This bone is a bit of an “in between”.  It’s not a hardened bone or a weight bearing bone so it might be classified as a meal bone for some large and extra large breeds.  However, for most dogs this would be a chew bone.  To be enjoyed for awhile and discarded before crunching down on all the tasty bone bits.

You can decide what works best for your pet.  If they’ve previously enjoyed eating this entire bone without any reason for concern (e.g. constipation can be common after eating) you can allow them to consume entirely.  If this is a new bone for your pet, feed supervised and make the best decision based on your pets


SKU: 627818000406

Product Code: BRSK2

Nutrient Analysis Valeur Nutritive Per 100g as fed/par 100g tel que servi
Calories (kcal) 308.2
Crude protein (g) 26.43
Crude fat (g) 22.45
Carbohydrate (g) 0.11
Moisture (g) 49.90
Calcium (g) 1.57
Phosphorus (g) 0.84
INGREDIENTS: Brisket Beef Bone
INGRÈDIENTS: Os charnus de boeuf
Meaty Beef Bone

Disclaimer: Big Country Raw® follows the Minimal Requirement (Amount/1000kcal for Growing Puppies After Weaning & Adults Dogs) suggested by The Nutrient Requirement for Dogs and Cats by the National Research Council (NRC). For the nutrients P, Na, K, I, Co, Mn, and Vit A, E & B group (no minimum requirement provided) recipes match the NRC Recommended Allowance. For Omega-3 Fatty acids (ALA, EPA, DHA), and Vit D we strongly suggest adding fish or Thrive® Herring Oil to meet the NRC Recommended Allowances.

Keep raw bones frozen until ready to use.

To thaw, we recommend thawing in a refrigerator for at least 6 to 12 hrs.  Once thawed we recommend serving within 3 days. Not intended for human consumption.

Raw bones may pose a potential hazard to dogs and cats. Always supervise your pet when feeding raw bones.

Ideal chewing technique should include removal of the meat, cartilage and sinews without fully consuming the bone. Forceful chewing that results in cracking the bone may increase risks of choking and the potential for tooth fractures. Once the bare bone is visible, we suggest discarding the bone.


4 reviews for Brisket Beef Bone – 2 lb

  1. Ashley

    Love this product! It keeps my dogs busy for hours. Love the fact they are meal replacements. There is so much on and in the bone to keep them busy.

  2. ErikaD (verified owner)

    This size meal replacement bone is a great size for my large breed dog. Not only does it keep him busy and provide mental stimulation it also helps to clean his teeth. This is def one of my go to meal replacement bones and is a favourite of my dog

  3. Elaine

    While my dog did enjoy these, I found that the bone content was simply too high for him to pass comfortably, I was hoping for a little more meat. Also, the high fat content isn’t a great option for my dog.

    We will stick with necks and feet from now on!

  4. Hélène (verified owner)

    We have two large dogs. One of them had a rough start in her life and as a result of early malnutrition has brittle teeth that have cracked (and since been removed). When we need to pass the time we give the other dog a beef neck or knuckle, and feed this dog some frozen brisket bones because they are soft enough that we don’t worry about her cracking any more teeth and provide an hour of entertainment.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…

English (Canada)