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|Size||Suggested Pet Size||Length x Width (inches)||Weight (ounces)|
|Small||Pets under 30 lbs||5.3in x 3.8in||3.6oz|
|Medium||Pets under 60 lbs||7.0in x 4.8in||6.3oz|
|Large||Pets under 90 lbs||8.3in x 5.5in||9.6oz|
Always choose the largest product your dog can handle, even if you have a dog rated for the smaller size. Heavy chewers are encouraged to use the larger products as it is the strongest, thickest product.
Watch for wear and replace Benebones frequently to ensure that the product remains whole and intact at all times. Though a rough guide only, Benebones should be discarded if a piece larger than a grain of rice has broken off or may break off. As a general rule, if the product has lost more than one cubic centimeter of volume (the size of a sugar cube) it is time to replace the product.
After aggressive chewing, the product can become bristled and sharp. Monitor the condition of the Benebone closely to watch for bristles or sharp edges. The product can be smoothed with a wood file or heavy grit sandpaper.
Benebones should be enjoyed but not eaten. While very durable, Benebones are not a fit for very aggressive chewers who could damage the product or damage their teeth. Always monitor you pet while he’s chewing to ensure the Benebone is not consumed.
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