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…DON’T feed them to your dogs. They can cause broken teeth, mouth and tongue injuries and constipation. Plus, sharp bone fragments can get stuck in a dog’s esophagus or stomach, requiring surgery. And if bone fragments poke holes in a dog’s stomach or intestines, it can cause a severe abdominal bacterial infection – which will require an emergency visit to your vet, because it can kill your dog.