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Indestructible Bacon Flavored Wishbone Chew Toy

Was : $35.90
Price:$17.95
You Save:$17.95(49%)
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Super Cheap Dog Store

Indestructible Bacon Flavored Wishbone Chew Toy

Was : $35.90
Price:$17.95
You Save:$17.95(49%)
  • Description

★★★★★ 5 Stars (4 reviews)

  • Patented ergonomic design - Curved wishbone shape to allow dogs to pop-up one end and get a satisfying chew going
  • Deep grooves which allow pups to get a good bite and increased surface area for improved scent and Flavor
  • Real ingredients and real Flavor - made with super-strong nylon and 100% bacon for irresistible Flavor and scent
  • Not recommended for dogs heavier than 70 pounds
  • Made in the USA

Customer Feedback

★★★★★ Five Stars

This is his second one..Great for teething and daily jawboning...pretty much indestructible. THe first is still intact but scraped on the ends..went up one size as he's a bit larger than his early puppy months. At my last visit to the Vet, she recommended an omega supplement that has DHT and EPA. I came here on Amazon and bought this Vitapet Omega Fish Oil Chewables with EPA and DHT for Dogs with CoQ10and Daisy, my Cocker Spaniel, just loves these...which makes it nice to give them to her...you don't have to fight it....they take them like an awesome treat! This has cut down on her itching BIG TIME....she rarely scratches at all now & her skin and coat are just so healthy. These are perfect...3 chews a day for her & she's happy & healthy. Thanks for such a good product!


★★★★★ Five Stars

It's both of my dog's favorite bone! Anytime I pick it up and give it to them they get super excited. They don't normally play with something very long, but this is the exception. When there's other toys around, they grab this one first. Going to order another one!Update- 9-2015: We have ordered many more. Dogs love these. We call them "crack bones" because they're obsessed!

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★★★★★ Five Stars

The dogs and I love it.~ It smells wonderful to the dog but I can't smell it at all.~ There's no residue on the carpet after a chew session.~ It's not edible so the dogs didn't fight over it. (I gave 6 Benebones to 5 dogs.)My high-energy dogs took their Benebones from me and sat right down to chew for a while. The most relaxed of those dogs was the first to stop chewing but the craziest one stayed on his bone for quite some time. This is exactly what dog owners need: an appealing, durable bone to keep active dogs entertained. For less busy dogs, this seems a perfect toy for doggie alone time and/or crate time.American made from American ingredients, recyclable packaging and 1% goes to animal causes. What else could you want? (Pics above.)Update: it has been four months and this is definitely my Favorite Dog product Of The Year. All nine of my dogs chew on the Benebones; the older ones on a whim but the younger ones multiple times a day. The other hard chew toys in the toy box are obsolete.My life has always revolved around dogs and for a good chunk of it I owned a training and consultation business. I wish I'd had this product to recommend to my clients all those years.BTW, those of you whose dogs have chewed that "third" knob off... If you are concerned about it, you can always pass the Benebone to a smaller neighbor dog. But, alternatively, you may want to encourage your dog to chew the other two knobs by wedging the chewed end firmly into a toy (a rubber ball or a Kong?) or drilling a hole into the chewed end and tying the Benebone to something. If you add a bit of bungee line to your tie and attach it to a tree you now have a tug toy as well as a chew toy. You could attach the Benebone to the inside of a crate and - bonus! - it doesn't get buried in the yard, LOL!Do I own stock in Benebone? No. It's a small company run by only a few smart, environmentally aware, animal welfare friendly men. But you can bet if they sold stocks I'd be buying it!

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★★★★★ Five Stars

My 45 lb Carolina Dog had no clue what to do with this plastic-like bone the first 2 times I tried to get her to play with it. After much coaxing and treats, she finally got the idea. Now chewing on it all she ever does!I don't see this thing breaking anytime soon. One word of caution to pet parents with hardwood. DON'T let your dog chew on this while laying on your wood floors. After a bit of chewing, the ends become extremely sharp, and will scratch the crap out of your floors. (See picture.)Here's to another year (or more?) with this toy!

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