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Hello! So I tried to research whether the beef trachea is safe or not to give your puppy or older dog and came up with very few results. Does anybody know more? I've read that they could swallow large pieces that could get stuck or the small pieces could get really sharp but at the same time I read that the trachea softens during the chewing and my experience also shows me that the softening is happening. The pack of dried trachea I bought isn't that dry to begin with and after my puppy chewed it for a couple of hours in total, it got quite soft and flexible (but I still didn't have enough strength to break it vertically).
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