The purpose of this research is to explain the “7 Types of Marrow Bone To Buy“.
- 1. Frozen marrow bones for dogs
- 2. Raw/ fresh marrow bones for dogs
- 3. Organic marrow for dogs
- 4. Bone marrow broth for dogs
- 5. Roasted Marrow Bones
- 6. Filled marrow bones
- 7. Marrow Bone Dog treats
Have you just begun exploring the world of dog bones? Have you come across some articles about marrow bones and you do not know the difference between a raw marrow bone and a filled marrow bone?
Welcome to the club if this is you.
We will take a look at all the types of marrow bones that you can buy for your dog in this post.
The following products are available for purchase.
Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
- Marrow bones froze in ice
- Containing raw marrow bones
- Are called organic marrow bones
- Or bone marrow broth
- Roasted bone marrows
- With marrow bones
- Marrow Bone dog treats
A definition a list of pros and cons an example of the kind of product to buy the best websites to buy from and approximate prices are provided for each variety.
1. Frozen marrow bones for dogs
Usually these are marrow bones (usually from cow legs) that have just been cut up into 4-8 inch sections and shipped frozen to your doorstep.
These bones are as pure as you can get other than a little cleaning during the butchering process.
They are available in two different cuts- pipe cut and half cut.
Pipe cuts have a circular shape with sausage-shaped bones – the marrow is visible on either end.
Marrow bones that have been cut in half lengthwise are half-cut marrow bones. The bone is semicircular in shape and the marrow is visible along its entire length.
No preservatives or additives
Bones would not explode
Feeding them is a great idea
The additional freezer must be purchased and there must be space for it.
What happens if your dog stops liking them?
2. Raw/ fresh marrow bones for dogs
Despite their similarity to the frozen marrow bones above these bones are not frozen!
No preservatives or additives
You can find them at your local butcher or meat market
There are no delivery charges
It is important to limit the freshness of food
What should I do with them? Store them in your refrigerator
3. Organic marrow for dogs
There are few organic marrow bones to be found so this is a bit of a vague term.
There is a belief that “grass-fed” refers to cows raised in a healthier and kinder environment than the majority of cattle.
Those are the foods for you if you like organic food and you want the same for your dog.
You can also choose to support farms that raise their cattle in an environmentally friendly manner.
The product is very pure
Ethics are of the highest standard
A time limit on freshness
Where to store them?
4. Bone marrow broth for dogs
A bone marrow broth is made by simmering bones in water and apple cider vinegar for hours on end.
You can make it at home if you buy marrow bones and you have a slow cooker but you can also buy packs of it online.
Minerals and vitamins packed into every bite
Suitable for very fussy eaters
Because it can be made at home if you buy it in packs it is more expensive
5. Roasted Marrow Bones
A roasted marrow bone is a raw and fresh marrow bone that has been roasted slowly.
Since they do not go bad as quickly as raw marrow bones they’re easy to store
Experts recommend that dog owners do not give their dogs cooked bones because cooked bones splinter more easily than raw or frozen bones.
As a result your dogs throat or stomach can become cut by these bone splinters.
6. Filled marrow bones
Filleted marrow bones are marrow bones that have been chemically cleaned and their marrow emptied.
You can substitute all kinds of meat substitutes or peanut butter in place of the marrow.
To me filled marrow bones are fast food for dogs.
Because they do not spoil they’re easy to store
Preservatives and additives in abundance
As these marrow bones are not fresh they tend to be much harder making them more dangerous for dogs than fresh or frozen marrow bones.
7. Marrow Bone Dog treats
Bone-shaped dog treats are available for purchase and sold by the truckload which I would assume are marrow bone dog treats.
These bones are completely different from the other types of marrow bones mentioned above and they are used in a completely different manner.
Nothing to chew on
No bone marrow
If you want to read more about dog food tips read here: Dog Food Tips and Tricks.