Actual food for teething puppy

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I'm hesitant to feed my 9 wk old bully breed a pig ear, because I think it might be too rich. What is a safe food (think baby teething crackers) I can give my toothy monster?
I have tons of toys for him & everytime he chews on something I don't want him to, I redirect & stick a toy in his mouth. He of course chews A LOT. I know it's his job to mouth everything & chew through the next couple weeks (months?) but I would like to give him something more natural than a manufactured toy.
In the wild, he would chew meat & bones. Is there an appropriate age to introduce bones? Is there a type of bone that's better than another?
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There are a lot of other NATURAL chew sticks that would be better I think then a pig’s ear. Some are sold separately or in a bag of 6 to 10. I would buy one of them to see how he digests it. Also, i give a limited amount of time to let them chew on them every night. I have a 1year old and and 10 year old. Smaller breed dogs and my 1 year old really needs that type of chew. Give it a try. I do not like the type of chews Petsmart carries, I would check Petsupermarket(first choice) or Petco. Thanks you.
 
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