Share these homemade Dog Bone Treats with your favorite canine.
Keep it simple with this peanut butter recipe that combines only a few ingredients to make perfect dog bone treats every time.
Knows dogs are meat eaters. They love meat and bones. Unfortunately not all bones, such as chicken bones, are safe dog bones for man's best friend. Beef, Pork or Lamb marrow bones are the safe dog bones to give to your dog. All of our smokey bones are from USDA Grade Inspected, Beef, Pork or Lamb slaughter houses. They are processed and smoked in actual smoke houses. Using the same hickory wood and smoking process as the Smoked Briskets, Smoked Hams and Smoked Turkeys go through that you would purchase at your local meat market. Lucky Dog Chew Bones are not oven baked using artificial liquid smoke to add the hickory smoked smell and flavor. When you purchase a Lucky Dog Brand Hickory Smoked Dog Chew Bone Treat you are getting the Real McCoy. Lucky Dog Bone Treats are individually shrink wrapped to preserve their freshness, flavor and to provide excellent shelf life. Lucky Dog Hickory Smoked Dog Bones wants to be your canine's best friend! Except for our Rawhide Dog Chew Bones, all Lucky Dog Smoked Bones for dogs products are all NATURAL and FULLY SMOKE CURED so they are SAFE DOG BONE TREATS FOR YOUR DOG!
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Scott Kent, of Batavia, said Monday that the precooked, hickory-smoked pork femur was the reason Nugget, his cockapoo, died. Kent recalled his wife giving their 4-year-old dog the packaged bone treat in March. She loved it.Sometimes giving our dogs a little homemade treat is the perfect reward for being our favorite companion. From sweet to savory, holiday-inspired to vegetarian, we’ve collected the best and most natural dog bone and treat recipes from across the bright minds of the pet community.More than a month after Kent's dog died, the lawsuit was filed in May (he is interested but not involved). The California woman who's named in the suit, Khristie Reed, said her basset hound also died after chewing on the bone. The suit argues that despite customer complaints, the treat company continues to sell its bone as "safe for your pet" and "meant to be chewed."Chew Gourmet Dog Bones are Sofie’s favorite treat! I feel better about leaving her in her crate when she has a Chew, because I know she will be entertained. She is a very active puppy, and giving her a Chew is one of the easiest ways to get her to relax and chill out!