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    THE DOGGY BLOG

    ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DOG BONES

    All you need to know about dog bones

    Chewing is a natural dog behavior and can provide mental stimulation, relieves anxiety, boredom and satisfies your dogs’ natural urge to chew. It also helps remove tartar and plaque from building up on your dog’s teeth. It also helps lessen bad breath, keep your dogs’ jaw strong and minimize the risk of potentially serious dental and health problems.


    There are several safe dog chews and bones available on the market. In this article we will discuss the different types of dog bone and chews. It is important to choose bones that are designed especially for your dog’s size, health and chewing habits.



    Rawhide Dog Bones

    Rawhide dog bones made from dried animal skin and are relatively inexpensive, durable, and tasty.Chewing can provide your dog stimulation and help relieves anxiety. It’s also great for teething puppies to avoid chewing your personal belongings.



    Smoked Beef Knuckle Bones

    Smoked beef knuckle bones are rich in calcium for stronger, healthier teeth and bones. It’s all natural with little to no odor and helps promote your dog’s overall oral health. It’s ideal and recommended for medium to large dogs and helps divert your dog’s attention from destructive chewing behaviors.



    Massive Femur Beef Bones

    This all natural dog treat only has one ingredient that your dog will surely love – one beefy femur bone! It’s slow cooked and guaranteed to have all that great natural flavors. This femur beef bones can provide great teeth cleaning and will help remove plaque and tartar from your dog’s teeth. It can also provide a great exercise for your dog’s jaw by constantly chewing. It is quite big, so it’s recommended for medium to extra large dogs.



    Dog Bone Knee Caps

    Made from real beef knee cap bones and slow roasted in their own juices to bring out the delicious and natural flavor that your dog will surely love! Natural bones can provide additional hygiene and immune system benefits and will surely satisfy your dog’s natural instinct to chew.



    Meaty Beef Bones

    This dog treat is hickory smoked to bring out its natural flavor. They are high in protein and essential minerals, which are perfect to maintain a healthy lifestyle. This all-natural beef bones with its natural grooves and unique texture can help reduce tartar build-up and provide healthier gums. They can also provide your mental stimulation for your dog and relieves their boredom.



    Filled Dog Bones with Peanut Butter

    Made from shin bone and filled with yummy taste of peanut butter flavor, your dog will surely enjoy hours of chewing with this treat. Careful and natural preparation of these bones treats effectively eliminates all bacteria and contaminations; making its’ consumption fully safe and completely digestible. Shin bone chew treat is a great source for protein and helps remove tartar and plaques from your dog’s teeth. This chew treat comes in 2-3 inches long or 5-6 inches long, which makes it perfect for all dog sizes.



    Nylon dog bones

    Made from nylon, plastic or rubber. Nylon dog bones provide dental stimulation and are designed as NON-EDIBLE bones.


    Chewing is a really great way to keep your dog’s teeth clean and healthy but always remember that it’s very important to keep a close eye on them.When choosing a dog treat bones for your dog, always look for one that’s about the size of their head because a big bone will let your dog chew while reducing the chance that they’ll break it off and swallow a big chunk. You should always supervise your dog while they’re chewing and take away their bone once it’s worn down to a size smaller than their mouth to avoid choking hazard, gastric upset or blockage.

    Finally, it’s also best to give your dog a bone when they’ve already eaten. Dogs tend to swallow pieces of bones or chew too hard and potentially injure their mouths when they are hungry. Also, always provide a fresh supply of drinking water.

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