Recreational Beef Marrow Bones
Recreational Beef Marrow Bones

Recreational Beef Marrow Bones

Recreational Beef Marrow Bones

Regular price $ 13.50
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20 - 24 oz

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Let your dog dig into the canine equivalent of buried treasure! These marrow-stuffed gems turn chew time into a jaw-dropping experience. It's like giving your pup the keys to the meaty kingdom—one gnaw at a time!

Size: Two per bag, averaging 20 - 24 oz total.

Ingredient: Canoe cut Beef Marrow Bones.

Kilocalories per ounce: 252 (marrow only).


Beef Marrow Bones canoe cut (2 per bag) averaging 20 - 24 oz total.

Beef Marrow kilocalories per ounce: 252 (marrow only).

100% Human-Grade: Every bone is sourced from human-grade beef, ensuring the highest quality and safety for your dog.

Rich in Nutrients: Packed with marrow, our bones offer a wealth of nutrients, including iron, zinc, and selenium, supporting your dog’s overall well-being.

Dental Health Ally: Chewing on beef marrow bones naturally helps to clean teeth and strengthen gums, reducing the risk of dental issues.

Mental Stimulation: The act of gnawing on a marrow bone keeps dogs engaged and mentally stimulated, which can help alleviate boredom and stress.

Joint Health: Marrow is a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin, vital components for maintaining healthy joints and cartilage in dogs.

Satisfies Chew Instinct: These bones fulfill a dog's instinctual urge to chew, promoting a sense of satisfaction and contentment.

Long-Lasting Fun: Our beef marrow bones are large and dense, providing a durable chew that lasts, even for aggressive chewers.

Free from Harmful Additives: Free from artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors, making them a pure treat for your dog.

Supports a Healthy Coat: Marrow fat is high in omega-3 fatty acids, contributing to a shiny, healthy coat.

Storage: Keep Raw Recreational Bones frozen until ready to serve.

Serving:

  • Recreational bones can be feed as a recreational treat. Give up to two bones per week.
  • We sell our marrow bones frozen, and we recommend you feed them frozen as well.
  • If your dog likes to hide toys in the couch cushions, or bury things under the rug, you probably want to feed these outside.
  • If you choose to serve bones indoors, place them on a mat, towel, or other surface that can be machine-washed or easily disinfected.
  • Always monitor your dog when feeding recreational bones—these treats are NOT to be completely consumed.
  • If a piece of bone breaks off, discard the small pieces.
  • Refreeze or refrigerate bones that still have marrow and meat left.
  • Once the bone has been licked clean or left for over an hour, discard the remainders.

Warning:

  • *Do not cook the bones – they will become too brittle and could splinter while your dog chews on it.
  • Not for puppies under 6 months, giant breed or extra-large breeds, over-aggressive chewers, dogs with a history of pancreatitis, or dogs having insufficient teeth.

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