Not intending this to turn into another pro raw/anti raw/pro commercial/anti commercial thread, I just really want to know how much bone is essential in a raw diet. Reading some threads over time I've noticed that some dogs get a big percentage of bone and others get much less than even the 10% recommended. Obviously it depends on the individual dog and at what point the amount of bone would cause constipation (or other problems), but is there a minimum percentage that ought to be bone? Putting aside the dental health aspects of raw bones would there be any detrimental effect of not having bones in a raw diet (not even feeding minces which are supposed to be 80:10:10 but just meat and offal). If any vital nutrient would be missing by not feeding bone, what could replace it?