I have some bones from the Steer that we butchered. Some are "soup bones" that I'll likely never do anything with, and some are just the leg bones that I assume are meant for my dog. Well, they're all going to go to the dog lol. After some research, I've read that it's best to give them to him raw. But...I don't understand how this works. If I give him a raw bone, every square inch of the floor will be contaminated with raw meat. If I give it to him outside, it won't be long before it's a rotten bone sitting in Texas heat. Everything has said to not cook the bones, but we've always given our dogs the leftover t-bones and beef rib bones and he's never had an issue with them. What am I supposed to do here?!