Dingo White Hand Tied Bone Medium 5" (2.5 oz)
Meat & Rawhide Chew Premium hand-tied rawhide bones with the irresistible combination of real chicken breast jerky wrapped in the highest quality rawhide. Helps promote healthy teeth by preventing tartar build-up. Irresistible combination of Real Meat wrapped with the highest quality natural rawhide
Great for your small dog - high in protein; 98% fat free
Healthy, fun chew to promote clean teeth and gums
So unique, they're patented
Taste tests prve 9 out of 10 dogs prefer Dingo brand over any ither rawhide chews*
Harvard Medical School study** confirms rawhide is fully digestible and safe for all dogs Recommended for: Dogs 15-30 lbs. Top Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 84%, Crude Fat (min) 2%, Crude Fiber (max) 0.49%, Moisture (max) 14%
Rawhide, real chicken breast, water, flavorings, artificial coloring, dextrose (sugar), sodium chloride (salt), dipped in potassium sorbate (a preservative). Top
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