G.I. Bone 7" are perfect for any dog in your life. Merrick process these bones with meat still left on them which creates a natural beef jerky on the bone. Your dog gets two treats in one! These bones are long lasting and provide a great outlet to satisfy your pets desire to chew. Ingredients:
Beef Jerky Bone
my dog loves these and they keep her sooo busy and its a treat that lasts a long time she has a great chew power and this is a good baby sitter
A serious bone! by Buttercup672 from Austin, Texas11/19/2012
This is some bone! My Cocker Spaniel really
liked it, although it's a bit to big for him. The
next size down is better. But this is a great
bone for the bigger guys! All Merrick products
are good. All natural, and made in USA!
Great Value by JA11/10/2011
Best price for quality bones, and a happy puppy.
Great real bones by C. Bell from Pleasant Gap, PA11/09/2011
After finding out that my local pet store quit handling real bones I decided to try the Merrick G.I Bones and I am glad I did. With most other bones I have purchased, I would have to buy a couple extra due to the fact that most would crack after about 10 min. but the Merrick bones are great and have not cracked or splintered ever. With 2 labs, we all need the bones to keep our sanity. I would highly recommend them if your dogs love real bones.
Fantastic product! by karma from CA01/16/2015
Provides my dogs with hours of tasty fun each day. The center of the large and heavy bone is filled with lots of yummy crispy dried bone marrow that will keep your dogs occupied for hours trying to get at it. Added bonus is that it's made in the USA--I will never buy imported dog treats for my dogs after all the horror stories I've heard. An excellent choice.
Great for chewing! by Sam from Colorado06/26/2013
My two Aussies love these. I give them to them after they eat their food, and it keeps them occupied for as long as I let them have them. I love that their is no concern with splintering. The downside is they are best used outside only until all of the meat is chewed off as they have a strong smoky odor (in a good way!) and are a little oily. They may be too rich for dogs with sensitive stomachs. Another caution would be that one of my dogs learned to toss the bone so it crashes on a hard surface and little chunks will break off the ends. After about 2 weeks once the meat is chewed off and they lose interest, I smear a little peanut or almond butter in the ends and store them in the freezer and they absolutely love it!