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Sarah B.
Rating: 4

7 inches of great chewing fun for all dogs!

posted 5 years ago

My husband purchased 2 of these Rawhide bones for our 2 dogs. He bought them @ Hardings in Middlebury IN for $3.49 a bone. We found they last a good amount of time even w/ our power chewer! They are non flavored but still leave white sticky stuff on the carpeting when the dogs are chewing on them. Both dogs love them though. A good buy for the price. I wish they were made in the USA. I would look for products that are before I would buy this one again.

Pros: Non Flavored, Decently Priced, 7", last a decent amount of time even w/ a power chewer.

Cons: Made in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, China or Mexico is what the back of the package states. Kind of sad.

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