Benebone Bacon Dental Dog Chew Toy. At Benebone, we started with the premise that dogs experience scent and flavor in a way we can’t even grasp. So, we ditched the neon colors and loud squeaks. Inspired by the dog’s powerful sense of smell, we developed a long-lasting durable chew that’s jam-packed with real flavor. Once your dog takes a bite of our USA-made chews, he’ll be hooked.
Updated Dog Friendly Design – The last time we checked, dogs don’t have thumbs. Our Dental Chew is curved, so your pup can get a good chew going at any angle. And its patented ridges will be sure to get some good dental stimulation going.
Real Flavor – We use only 100% real food ingredients for irresistible flavor and scent. We fuse 100% USA-sourced REAL BACON, REAL PEANUTS, REAL CHICKEN and REAL MINT all the way through the chew. Dogs can tell the difference.
Made in the USA – We are fully committed to Made in USA, including packaging, tooling, and all material and ingredient sourcing. We proudly manufacture our products in New York.
Dog Welfare – We are fully committed to helping dogs in need through product donations and community involvement.
Safety First – Benebones are not edible. Supervise closely and discard/replace when appropriate. Even though the product has very small holes, ensure they don’t fit on your dog’s jaw.
Instructions for Use and Safety Information:
At Benebone, we’re in the business of making dogs happy, and there’s nothing more important than the safety of your dog. It’s durable nylon, so let’s get the obvious out of the way. Is it hard? Yes. Is it edible? No. Will it last forever? Definitely not. For more details, check out our packaging and the safety page our website.
We use real flavors, including peanuts. Before buying any flavor, ensure nobody in the household is allergic to any of our real, tantalizing ingredients.
While recognizing that weight limit is a rough guide, our small products are for dogs under 30 lbs, our medium products are for dogs under 60 lbs, and our large products are for dogs under 90 lbs. Always choose the largest size your dog can handle.