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In the 1990's, the Dingo brand started with a man named Les and his dog, Dingo. Like most dogs, Dingo had an instinctual need to chew, and to his owner's dismay, Dingo enjoyed gnawing on furniture and destroying shoes. In hopes of fixing Dingo's behavioral problems, Les attempted replacing shoes with rawhide bones. Unfortunately, Dingo was not a fan of these traditional rawhide chews. Rather than giving up hope, Les searched for an alternate solution. Coincidentally, Les's wife worked for a jerky company, and Dingo loved the jerky treats. Due to Dingo's adoration of the jerky, Les began soaking the traditional rawhide bones in water and filling them with jerky, leaving some jerky around the edges for Dingo to see. And with that, the Dingo bone was born. Finally, Dingo had a treat that he loved, while still being able to fulfill his chewing needs. Now your dog can enjoy the original Dingo chew in the form of mini bones.
The traditional rawhide bone is a durable, edible bone that serves as a common treat for dogs. With the Dingo Mini Packs, dogs reap the dental benefits of teeth cleansing and gum conditioning, while also enjoying the meaty flavor that the Dingo bone ensures. Because all Dingo bones are hand tied with real meat in the middle, they provide the highest quality treat for your dog. This treat is both easily digestible and soft enough not to damage dogs' teeth, making it a safe and healthy bone that your dog will love.
In 1997, the Dingo brand was granted a patent for the single most logical improvement on the rawhide dog chew in thirty years. Due to its meat in the middle quality, the Dingo bone is the only product of its kind on the market. This allows dogs to experience a unique treat that's innovation and uniqueness separates it from traditional rawhide bones. Although competitors have attempted to mimic the Dingo bone, no other product combines rawhide with real meat in the middle to create a longer-lasting treat that encourages your dog to chew through the entire bone.
Dingo comes in different shapes, flavors and functional forms:
Dingo Knotted Bones
Dingo Rolls, Chips & Twists
Dingo Novelty Shapes
Dingo Soft & Chewy
Dingo Healthy & Flavorful Chews
Dingo Dental Tartar Control
Dingo Dental Total Care
Dingo Dental Fresh Breath
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It was as described in the description and the dogs seemed to like so I will take their word for it.Published 9 months ago by Bread Woman
Dogs seemed to love them! Ate them right up, although I felt they looked a little dry/processed but its dog food.Published 20 months ago by Emily Whittington
We've bought these for years and Briley always enjoys them, so much so that she knows what the word "Dingo" means. Dingo = Treat Time for BrileyPublished on August 8, 2011 by Sheri Hooper
These maybe very nice fir some dogs but my dogs won't even take them out my hand.
I have a beagle a beagle mix and a mini daushund that are all very aggressive treat... Read more
I got these Dingo Munchy Stix on sale and my smaller Australian Kelpie liked these treats.
After I bought these, the price went back up and I won't pay full price for... Read more
very poor quality item; my schnauzer did not want to eat it. Product contains sugar from corn syrup which harmful for dog's teeth and will lead to decay. Read morePublished on March 18, 2011 by Andrzej
I gave these to my two shih tzu's and they have been throwing up for the past two days. It was the only new item in their diets, so I know it is because of the treats. Read morePublished on December 16, 2010 by Amanda
These bones make great treats for dogs. My Golden Retriever loves them. This is also a great value for a 10 pack of bones. My dog and I highly recommend!Published on September 20, 2010 by CJ-MO
My dog loves these stix, she takes it and then runs as fast as she can back to her bed to enjoy at her leisurePublished on September 5, 2010 by R. Perloff