– cooked bones that a dog’ s digestive system cannot process
– chicken and similar bones that can splinter and puncture the stomach/intestine
– Small bones that can be crunched into large pieces and swallowed whole that then block the stomach/intestine.
Remember that what may be a large bone for most breeds is just a snack for a wolfhound. In modest quantities large, whole, uncooked, beef knuckles that the wolfhound is obliged to gnaw on are acceptable. Once the bone has been gnawed down significantly it is best to remove it before it is swallowed.