It's no secret that dogs like sticks. But they like bacon even more! Odds are your pup will go bonkers for this Benebone Bacon Stick. It's also safer and more durable than your garden variety twig. Your pup can gnaw and nibble on this to their delight, and you won't have to worry about mouth splinters!
The Benebone Bacon Stick is a chew toy made from super-strong nylon and real bacon. Benebones are not edible, however. As with any chew toy, monitor your dog's habits closely, and replace after reasonable wear.
Available in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large
Sourced and made in USA
Helps keep teeth and gums healthy
Grain and gluten free
No chemicals or artificial colors
Benebones are made with USA-sourced nylon and flavored with USA-sourced real ingredients. Please note: Benebones are made in a factory where multiple products are made, so avoid introducing any Benebone product into a household with an allergy to nuts, fish, chicken or nylon.
Chew, but don't eat – Benebones are chew toys and are not edible.
Benebones are made of hard nylon. Tooth injury is a potential risk when using chew toys of this hardness and durability. We recommend keeping them away from puppies, older dogs and dogs with poor or weak teeth.
Always supervise your dog anytime they are enjoying a Benebone. Watch for excessive wear and replace Benebones frequently to ensure that the product remains whole and intact. Please refer to the attached chart for guidance. Regardless of condition, the product should be replaced after one month of use.
One size does NOT fit all! On each Benebone label, as well as the provided chart, guidelines are given to help you choose the appropriate size for your dog. Benebones are not suitable for dogs that weigh more than the recommended guidelines, or for dogs that are very strong or very aggressive chewers. Always choose the largest product your dog can handle, even if you have a dog rated for a smaller size.
After aggressive chewing, the product can become bristled and sharp. In this condition, it can cause gum irritation, even bleeding. Benebones can be smoothed with a wood file or heavy grit sandpaper, if desired.