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Benebone Dental Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers, Long Lasting, Made in USA
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- DENTAL STIMULATION – The Dental Chew has stimulating ridges to keep those pearly whites clean.
- DURABLE, LONG-LASTING – Super chewer? Bring it on. Benebones are tougher than real bones and last for weeks.
- REAL BACON! – We use only 100% REAL BACON for flavor. Trust us, dogs can tell the difference.
- EASY TO PICK UP AND CHEW – The Dental Chew is curved for a paw-friendly grip so your pup can quickly grab it and get a good chew going. Think about it: dogs don’t have thumbs.
- USA MADE – We make and source everything in the USA.
- HAPPINESS, GUARANTEED – Have an issue? Want to chat? Reach out to us directly and you’ll get a real person whose sole job is to make you and your pup happy.
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|Why we love it||Our flagship is full of flavor and paw-friendly||It's like a yummy toothbrush for dogs||Makes a fun game of chase||Upgrade your fetch game||Keeps stinky bully sticks off the carpet||It's off the hook!|
|Flavor||Bacon, Chicken, Peanut||Bacon, Chicken, Peanut||Bacon, Chicken, Peanut||Bacon, Maple Wood||Bacon||Jack Salmon|
|Sizes||XS - S - M - L - XL||XS - S - M - L||XS - S - M - L - XL||XS - S - M - L - XL||S - M - L||S - M - L|
The Benebone Dental Chew
Benebone’s Dental Chew is not only a durable flavor-packed chew. It makes for a great tug toy. And what could be better than a bacon-flavored toothbrush?
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 a dog’s powerful sense of smell, we developed a long-lasting durable chew that’s jam-packed with real bacon. Once your dog takes a bite of our USA-made chews, he’ll be hooked.
We’re Obsessed with Safety Too
Wonder if Benebone is right for your dog? Here’s what you need to know. Since it’s hard, it’s important that your pup has strong teeth. If you’re unsure, check with your vet. Nobody likes an unexpected trip to the dentist. Keep an eye out for wear and tear. Within a month or so, we find that most dogs chew Benebone into submission. See the wear page on our website for helpful photos to determine when to replace yours. Keep away from households with peanut or other allergies.
Nothing but Nylon and Real Bacon for Tantalizing Flavor
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 3.5 x 2 inches; 4.96 Ounces
- Item model number : 880300
- Date First Available : May 8, 2016
- Manufacturer : Benebone LLC
- ASIN : B01FK3EBHO
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Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2018
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By Eve on August 27, 2022
I would highly recommend this item but hopefully everyone will be concerned about little bits and pieces that might come off. Well worth the money to purchase.
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To put this in context, my dog is an ex-puppy farm dog who can chew through concrete, so this is doing well. She has it during the day and probably chews on it for several hours a day.
I should say that her teeth are worn down (because of her past) so perhaps a dog with bigger teeth would be able to do more damage. But she's still pretty good at destroying most toys (and wood, concrete, gnaw at stones etc) so this, so far, has been a good one.
I don't know whether the supposed peanut taste actually makes any difference. I bought two, but my other dog totally ignores his and can't be bothered with it at all.
I have contacted Benebone directly regarding this matter and they have advised Amazon have sent me the old style product. They are to replace it with the new style.
Having had two of these style of chews in the past with no problems or concerns, I was surprised that when I did an internet search for them that dogs had been getting them stuck on their teeth. I was happy to see that Benebone had changed the design on the back of this and ordered a replacement last week.
So you can imagine how angry and upset I am that this new design is still a hazard to your dog. My dog just got this stuck on his bottom jaw. He screamed in panic and started clawing at himself to get it off. I can only be glad that both myself and my partner were there to get it off. I couldn’t have managed on my own and don’t want to imagine the damage my dog could have done to himself if he was alone.
Do not leave your dog unattended with this chew. We are scratched and scraped and have had to completely clean our bedroom after the dog defecated with fear.
The main problem, where my dog is concerned, is that it rocks, slides, and tumbles every which way when she tries to settle down to chew it. It doesn't keep still long enough - and she gives up very soon. She prefers to chew the legs of our wooden chair as they remain in place and not try to escape.
And I wonder if it might be too hard for her still - it is really seriously very hard. She's quite a chewer and polishes off rice bones in a matter of minutes, gnaws through the legs of our chairs (one has to go soon or it will collapse one day) So she has roughen out the surface but not really a dent - that could be a good thing from one point of view - it sure is durable!
Hence the three stars as it doesn't seem to interest my dog that much. Even with the bacon flavour it supposedly possesses - I can't tell and I'm not about to do a taste test myself.
Update - puppy is now suddenly showing signs of liking this! She's managed to hold it in place by pressing her paws down onto it, and pushing it against a wall - and she will gnaw at it for a good 10 mins or so.
I thought of taking this chew from him even when it was still in tact. I thought he might have difficulty chewing/playing with it because it’s such an odd shape. I left it too long but thankfully no real harm was done. Are the manufacturers aware of the dangerous nature of this thing🤔🤔🤔🤔🤬🤬🤬🤬