Jones Naturals Bare Beef Bone Dog Chew

$6.49

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7 Inch

$6.49

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Product Summary:

Jones Natural Chews Bare Bone

Jones Natural Chews Bare Bones are popular with all dogs and owners. These center cut beef bones are made from 100% all-natural beef femur bones that do not have any natural smoke or meat left on them, making them a perfect choice for any home. No need to worry about stains on carpet or left over odor, there’s just plain bare naked bone. Professionally trained meat cutters prepare Jones bones. Bones are slowly baked to ensure the highest quality and best flavor, with stringent temperature control to kill bacteria.
Sold individually.

Features:

  • Made in the USA with 100% USA grown beef
  • Made from 100% all natural beef femur bones
  • Do not contain any natural smoke or meat left on them, just naked bone
  • Still contains great bone taste dogs enjoy
  • Carpet-safe, leaves no odor or stain marks
Item Specifications:

Size:
4-inch: Best for small to medium size dogs
7 inch: Best for medium to large size dogs

Weight:
4-inch: 5.8 oz. (165.1g)
7-inch: 9.7 oz. (274.9g)
Sizes and weights shown are the minimum length and weight the item can be. The sizing will vary as it is an all-natural product.

Count:
1 bone

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 Inch 499076 004 426410 741956019721
7 Inch 499076 007 01902 741956119025

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They don't stain the furniture or break in to little pieces
Amanda K on May 20, 2014
They don't stain the furniture or break in to little pieces
Amanda K on May 20, 2014