Benebone Wishbone Durable Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers, Made in USA, Medium, Real Bacon Flavor

January 8, 2020 - Comment

At Benebone, we started with the premise that dogs experience scent and flavor in a way we can’t even grasp. So, we ditched the neon colors and loud squeaks. Inspired by the dog’s powerful sense of smell, we developed a long-lasting durable chew that’s jam-packed with real flavor. Once your dog takes a bite of

At Benebone, we started with the premise that dogs experience scent and flavor in a way we can’t even grasp. So, we ditched the neon colors and loud squeaks. Inspired by the dog’s powerful sense of smell, we developed a long-lasting durable chew that’s jam-packed with real flavor. Once your dog takes a bite of our USA-made chews, he’ll be hooked.

Instructions for Use and Safety Information:

While recognizing that weight limit is a rough guide, our small products are for dogs under 30 lbs, our medium products are for dogs under 60 lbs, and our large products are for dogs under 90 lbs. Always choose the largest size your dog can handle.

Benebone nylon chew toys carry risk. They are for dogs only and are not to be eaten. Chewing should always be supervised. Discard after reasonable wear. Benebones may cause an allergic reaction in humans or animals that are allergic to one or more components, such as nylon, peanuts, chicken or pork. For more information, see benebone.com/safety.

Product Features

  • Dog-Friendly Design – Last time we checked, dogs don’t have thumbs. Our wishbone chew is cleverly designed so your pup can get a good chew going.
  • Real Flavor – We use only 100% real food ingredients for irresistible flavor and scent. We fuse 100% USA-sourced REAL BACON all the way through the chew. Dogs can tell the difference.
  • Made in the USA – We are fully committed to Made in USA, including packaging, tooling, and all material and ingredient sourcing. We proudly manufacture our products in New York.
  • Dog Welfare – We are fully committed to the welfare of dogs through product donations and community involvement.
  • Safety First – Benebones are relatively hard and not edible. Ensure your dog has strong teeth and replace after reasonable wear. See our website safety page for more information.

Comments

Anonymous says:

BROKEN TEETH – Please read! WARNING! PLEASE READ!TLDR: These bones caused slab fractures in both of my dog’s teeth I now have a $1300.00 vet bill and two samoyeds in a lot of pain.I bought these bones as they have a very high rating, I thought I was doing my research well and making the right decision for my dogs. I do not give them any other type of bones; and 6 months later when I took them to the vet this is what they said:The bones are too hard and even though they deteriorate as they chew on them the damage is done, both dogs have slab fractures in their molars and need to have them removed.Mind you my one dog is only 3 and now has no top molars thanks to these bones, I feel like a terrible dog parent and do not want this to happen to anyone else. While the dogs do like these, the end result was pain and an extremely high vet bill. PLEASE USE WITH CAUTION, I recommend NOT AT ALL.

Anonymous says:

Dogs love these, but beware. I have 3 dogs all of whom love these chew toys. However, vet has warned me about these because they are so hard that some dogs have broken teeth chewing on these. We had to take our Labradoodle to a canine dentist due to a broken fang. Upon examination, he found that she has several chipped teeth. We now must get her a root canal to repair and save her fang, an upper canine. He suggested replacing these toys with Kong items. However, none of my dogs has ever like the Kong toys no matter the shape or size. Just a warning.

Anonymous says:

Not safe for heavy chewers! Although my dog loved chewing this I have to give it one star because it’s not safe for him to consume and it very sharp if you brush up against it once it’s been chewed on.The description did advise to keep an eye on the dog to ensure they don’t eat it however it’s next to impossible to retrieve the piece they break off before it gets swallowed. My dog is a heavy chewer and broke a huge chunk off almost immediately and then swallowed it before we could take it away which caused a lot of concern. We were very lucky and it didn’t cause any medical problems but didn’t feel comfortable letting him have it.If you have a light chewer or a dog that doesn’t destroy its toys than this might be an option for you. It justs wasn’t a good fit for our dog. He now only gets things that can be safely digested just in case he sneaks a big bite, which he always does.

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