Edible Roast Beef Bones
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Healthy Edibles - All Natural Bones No sugar, starch or salt No plastics added No color additives Helps fight tartar and plaque Individually packaged Nylabone Healthy Edibles are a delicious treat! Bone-shaped dog treat with natural roast beef flavor is low in fat. Wholesome and nutritious. Healthy Edible Roast Beef Bones are available in the sizes listed below. Measurements are approximate. Actual sizes may vary.
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Morgan
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Rating: 4

Healthy alternative

posted 6 years ago

Need these in bulk (i.e. more than 1 per pack)

Pros: Good for special occasions

Cons: Expensive

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