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Power Chew Femur Dog Bone Alternative

Inspired by nature, this long-lasting, splinter-free chew toy is cleaner and safer than real animal parts. It features authentic beef flavor throughout that dogs love, and it entices powerful chewers with its real bone shape. Our femur dog bone alternative is made with durable nylon that stands up to aggressive chewers and promotes healthy chewing habits. Plus, the textured surface helps clean teeth and control plaque and tartar buildup as dogs chew. With no mess, mold, stains, or grease, this dog chew bone is the perfect alternative to real bones. Ready to satisfy your furry friend's natural urge to chew? Go ahead and give them a Nylabone chew toy!

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  • Long lasting chew toy challenges even the most aggressive chewers
  • Durable femur alternative dog chews are splinter free for clean, safe chewing
  • Bristles raised during chewing help clean teeth and control plaque and tartar
  • Medium chew toy intended for dogs up to 35 pounds
  • Flavored chew toy contains delicious beef flavor dogs love
  • Chew toy dimensions: Out of package measures 5.13" long x 1.63 " wide x 1.13" high

It's important to select the proper size & type of chew for your dog's age, weight & chewing strength. Non-edible chews should be large enough to encourage chewing from the side rather than top & bottom. If you have more than one dog in your household, select chews appropriate for the largest, strongest chewer. Always supervise the use of all chews & toys. Products not intended to be eaten or ingested. If you think your dog swallowed a piece, take the product away and contract your veterinarian. Inspect before giving to your to dog to make sure it's whole and intact. Check frequently & replace if worn or damaged or if it becomes too small to chew safely. Hand wash with warm soap water & rinse throughly.

UPC#: 018214837435

Helps With:

  • Boredom
  • Dental
  • Weight
  • Stress
  • Training

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