It depends on the dog, and the bone. I have a Lab, and I give her the occasional large specially bought bone. Every evening after dinner, though, she gets a 12 inch bully stick (under supervision).
I think "It depends" covers a lot of things with dogs. It depends on the dog and the bone. It depends on the dog and the food. It depends on the dog and the treat. It depends on the dog and the toy. It depends on the dog and the space. It depends on the dog and the other dogs.
It needs to be the right bone. Certain bones and small bones she splinters.
She has food sensitivities. Yes, I have one of the world's only picky Labs. And don't try feeding her canned food that includes whitefish. The last time we did that she picked up a mouthful and dumped it in the middle of the room.
We're picky about her treats. Made in the US, and mostly made by me. But she is very good about asking and carefully taking with permission. And we would like her to stay that way.
She can decimate toys. She chews through soft rubber. Stuffed toys need to be sturdy. A large rubber/plastic bucket is her favorite toy (but cut off the handles first).
She is only allowed in spaces that dogs are welcomed. She is allowed in the front yard, because she doesn't run.
She wants to be friends with everybody. But while she loves to roughhouse, she prefers not to be too thoroughly sniffed. And she doesn't understand personal space when it comes to other people and other dogs.
One of the things my dog has taught me is how individual dogs and their owners are, and both need to be respected.