Dingo Ringos White Mini Rings 2.75" 3-PACK (4.2 oz)
Dogs love Dingo Ringo-o-o's because they are O-o-o-o so good!
9 out of 10 Dogs prefer Dingo Brand Rawhide Chews over standard rawhide chews*.
Tasty combinations of real meat jerky wrapped with the highest quality natural rawhide.
Healthy and fun to chew, Dingo Rawhide Chews help promote clean teeth and gums.
So unique, they're patented.
Harvard Medical school study** confirms rawhide is fully digestible and safe for all dogs.
Meat & Rawhide Chew
3-in-1 Chew, Treat, Toy!! Fun rawhide shapes with the same great irresistible combination of real chicken breast jerky wrapped in the highest quality natural rawhide. Ideal for interactive play fun!
Recommended for: All dogs.
Rawhide, real chicken breast, water, flavorings, artificial coloring, dextrose (sugar), sodium chloride (salt), dipped in potassium sorbate (a preservative).
Crude Protein (min) 84%, Crude Fat (min) 2%, Crude Fiber (max) 0.49%, Moisture (max) 14%
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5.00 rating based on 2 reviews
my dog loves these dingo ringos she dreams about them all day and gets one after dinner ...ok maybe 2...
one of the favourites !
My lil cocker spaniel loves this. Even the great danes like it when they manage to find it lying around !
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