Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones 9-11 Inch

Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones 9-11 Inch

Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones 9-11 Inch

Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones 9-11 Inch

Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones are irresistible and guaranteed to satisfy even aggressive chewers. Our old-fashioned all-natural smoking process provides them with a mouthwatering hickory flavor and its low-temperature strengthens the bone for hours of chew time without splintering or sharding.

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Indulge your furry friend with our irresistible Hickory Smoked Beef Shin Bones! Naturally smoked using a time-honored process, these 100% natural bones are packed with a mouthwatering hickory flavor and are guaranteed to satisfy even the most aggressive chewers. The low temperature of the slow smoking process ensures that the bone is not baked or dehydrated but instead strengthened to provide a satisfying chew for hours on end and to make them very unlikely to splinter or shard.

Made from farm-raised, grass-fed, USDA-inspected beef, these bones are safe for dogs with sensitive stomachs. They will not stain carpets and blankets and smell like you are inviting your pup to a delicious BBQ.

More than just a treat - they are a source of joy and happiness for your pet and a reflection of your care and love for them. With our bones, you can rest assured that you are giving your furry friend the best taste and quality.

Beef Shin Bone

Guaranteed Analysis:
Nutrient Guaranteed Units
Crude Protein 14.6% min
Crude Fat 19.3% min
Crude Fiber 0.8% max
Moisture 10.3% max
Ash 54.1% max

To ensure the freshness of our preservative-free Hickory Smoked Shin Bones with a minimum shelf life of 3 years, keeping them in a well-ventilated space is important.

Avoid using airtight containers like zip-lock bags or Tupperware unless you plan to store them in the freezer. You can keep them in the box or wrap them in paper and refrigerate them for later use.

Please supervise your dog as they chew on their bone and be on the lookout for the rare case of splintering or sharding occurs.

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