Beef bone, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), lecithin, rosemary extract, sea salt, sodium benzoate.
Always monitor your pet chewing on natural chews. Recommended size is slightly larger than your pet’s mouth. Not intended to be swallowed in large pieces. Always provide a fresh supply of drinking water for your pet. Wash hands with soap and warm water after handling.
While most people use the words "treat" and "chew" interchangeably, they are quite different and serve a very different purpose. Treats are something that are eaten, generally quite quickly. They are a tasty goodie that you use as part of a ritual or as a reward for performing a behavior as asked, or for reinforcing a desired behavior. They help to strengthen the emotional bond you have with your pet. Chews, on the other hand, are generally given when a pet parent wants to distract or occupy a dog or puppy. Many times when leaving for a period of time, a chew will be given to keep a dog busy to prevent boredom and/or destructive behaviors. Treats and chews serve a very important part of a happy and healthy dog’s life.