Choose a tasty dog bone treat in your dog's favorite shape. Knotted bones, retriever sticks, and 1-1/2" diameter rolls come in an unbleached, natural form. Ideal for bigger dogs and mega-chewers. Made from premium American beefhide. Our Chicken or Peanut Butter Basted flavors are available in 6"-7" bones and rolls and 8"-9" bones. Natural treats are unbleached; basted treats are coated with scrumptious flavor.
Flavors for 6"-7" rolls or bones or 8"-9" bones: Natural, Chicken, or Peanut Butter. Please specify flavor.
Please click on "More Information" for ingredients and pet safety information.
100% American beefhide.
100% American beefhide basted with flavoring.
"All rawhide bones are not created equal."
Pet owners have a lot of questions about rawhide. The first question commonly asked is about quality. If you've ordered our Drs. Foster & Smith brand rawhide bones before, you are probably aware of the differences between our bones and those you may find in a mass market or grocery store.
Size and shape
Rawhide sources and processing
Is rawhide safe?
Dogs will swallow pieces of rawhide and these will pass easily through the digestive tract. Although choking or intestinal obstruction with rawhide is very rare, it could potentially occur and common-sense prevention measures should be taken. A dog chewing a rawhide product should always be supervised. Some dogs may quickly chew and swallow large pieces of rawhide. When your dog has chewed on a piece of rawhide to the point of it becoming soft, take that rawhide chew away and substitute another. Allow the softened rawhide to dry and harden, and it can then be given back to your the dog.
Chewing rawhide is wonderful for removing plaque from your dog's teeth and keeping them cleaner. This in turn, may help stop or slow periodontal disease, a significant problem in many adult dogs.
Buy quality rawhide from a source you can trust. It will not only satisfy your dog's natural urge to chew; it will also help keep him healthy.
How often should I give my dog rawhide, such as the chips or bones, to chew on? Is giving them one every day too much?
|A.||In most cases giving your pet a treat everyday is safe and healthy. The concern with giving pets too many treats is that you can give your pet too many calories. However, if your pet is at a healthy weight, you should not be concerned. As a guideline, our veterinarians recommend making sure that your pet's treats do not make up more than 10% of their food intake.