100% Natural Meaty Buffalo Filled Bones
These Buffalo meat filled boned are 100% NATURAL, that means that you get what you see – unlike most dog treats you will find on the supermarket shelves, these tripe filled bones are totally free from artificial preservatives and colourants!
They are LOWER ODOUR – some treats on the market can end up with you having to open your windows to ventilate the house once the bag has been opened – not ours! They are not completely odour free (I doubt your dog will like odour free filled bones), but they are not as smelly as some which can end up in an expensive bill of air fresheners. They are a clean(er) dog treat too, not making too much of a mess in the house, however the filling inside the bone can make a bit of a mess if fed on the carpet so please beware.
These tripe filled bones have been PRODUCED IN THE UK, to the highest standards, using all UK sourced ingredients. Unlike other brands of treats and bones that import their products from abroad, we prefer UK produce for obvious reasons.
They are LONG LASTING – depending on the size of your dog, they will help to keep your dogs occupied and help to reduce boredom, and mentally stimulate your dogs. They can even help to clean your dog’s teeth and gums – how wonderful!
They are GRAIN & GLUTEN FREE, this means that if your dog has a gluten intolerance you are safe to feed these. The most premium dog foods are grain & gluten free, so why not feed your dog some premium filled bones?
They have been SLOWLY AIR DRIED, if the bone has been dried too fast or at too high a temperature, it can cause them to go brittle and splinter. Slowly air drying our bones means that they are less likely to splinter*
We recommend to all our customers that filled bones should be fed to puppies older than 6 months old and are suitable for all dog breeds and sizes. However – please ensure that fresh drinking water has been provided and you should always keep a close eye on your dog when feeding any treats, not just filled bones, as if anything was to go wrong you are there to lend a helping hand.
*All natural bones have a chance of splintering, and we don’t like to state that they WON’T splinter, however we do advise that if your dog has particularly strong jaws or is a fast eater, please do keep a close eye, as there is a chance that they can splinter.