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Ziwi Peak Full Venison Shank Dog Chew

$26.99
$26.99
Ziwi Peak Full Venison Shank Dog Chew is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Product details

SKU
I255339
Made in
New Zealand
Health Needs
Grain Free
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Puppy, Adult, Senior
Description

The bone is wrapped in beef esophagus and then naturally air-dried to retain its goodness in a shelf-stable form. They’re long-lasting and dogs go crazy for them. Air-dried Deer Shank Bone wrapped in beef esophagus. From New Zealand free range deer and beef farms.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Bluebell25 from A favourite for my dogs I have a staffy and pittie mix, and both of them love these! They are not super long lasting, but nothing really is with my 2 lol they last between 3-5 days before they start to splinter and need to be binned. They hold my dogs' interest for around 30min, but they do go back to the shanks 2-3 times a day. Things to look out for: there are 'knuckles' at either end of the bone which my dogs love to chew off first, so just keep an eye on that. As soon as my dogs chew them off, I throw the knuckle bits away as I worry they are choking hazard. Also, naturally there is size variation, so I prefer to go in store to pick out the thicker shanks which last longer. The thinner ones have splintered on day one.
Date published: 2024-03-24
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