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When a dog chews on a bone, they remove tartar or calculus from their teeth which reduces the likelihood of developing gum disease. Compared to highly-processed & highly-chemical rawhide chews, bones are all natural! The only preservative is the freezer!
It can be ruff finding raw meaty bones sourced and raised responsibly for small dogs. To show respect to the little guys, we spent months looking for the best farmers we could find for these rib bones.
You see, I know how busy you are. You're a dog mom (or dad), so of course you're basically a superhero dedicated to the health & wellness of your pup. It's our duty, and pleasure, to make that journey is easier for you. That's why these bones are a game-changer!
Where do I start?! There are SO many reasons why Buffalo Rib Bones are great treats. Does your dog have allergies? Do you even THINK your dog has allergies? Buffalo is a novel protein, which means it can be awesome for dogs with allergies and sensitive tummies.
And like I mentioned above, you have a lot on your plate. Now you have Buffalo Rib Bones to help keep your smaller dog mentally and physically stimulated. If your dog has ever shown signs of boredom (ie. digging, jumping up, chewing, acting out, barking), then they need something to do! Gnawing on raw frozen bones is a great way to satisfy your dog's innate desire to CHEW!
- Nature's toothbrush
- Provides mental stimulation
- Promotes healthy poo
- Packed with essential nutrients
- No hormones, no preservatives, just raw goodness
Crude Protein (min): 12%
Crude Fat (min): 8%
Crude Fiber (max): 3%
Moisture (max): 25%
1434 kcal/kg; 81 kcal per rib
Below are some tips on safe chewing for ANY raw bone:
- Always supervise chewing, and discard when meat/marrow is gone
- Always pick an appropriate size based on your dog (Bison Ribs are best for 25lb dogs and under)
- Never cook the bones, and do not serve cooked bones to your dog
- We love feeding our bones (supervised) in the backyard! Less mess!
- If your dog has restorative dental work/crowns/missing teeth, avoid feeding bones
- Know your dog. If they are likely to try and gulp/swallow, bones may not be the best option
- Always seek veterinarian (we love holistic vets) advice when needed!