Good oral hygiene is essential for the health of your pet a healthy mouth says: better digestion, physical health, mental health all this starting with chewing. Chewing exercise can often help dogs with behavioral problems or for those who don’t always have the chance to move as much as they need. Channel energy and spend it safely.
PLEASE NOTE: it is recommended that you never leave your pet unattended while chewing. Never give too fragile bones which could break and cause serious injuries to the dog at the level of its mouth or worse, perforations of the stomach. Throw away small pieces to avoid choking hazards. Not recommended for young dogs.
A slight variation in weight can be observed depending on the degree of drying of the product. Avoid contact with carpets, rugs or any surface that is not stain proof.
A bone adapted to the size of your dog: also make sure that the bone is large enough for the dog so that he cannot swallow it “whole” at the risk of choking or causing an occlusion intestinal while remaining adapted to the size of the dog. The rule of thumb is not to produce bones larger in size than a prey the dog would be able to hunt on its own.
|Dimensions||12 × 6.5 × 4.5 cm|