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Hero Bonetics Stick, for Extra Large Dogs up to 75 Lbs, Wood Sce

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Flavor Name:Wood Scent  |  Size:Extra Large, Up To 75 Lbs

Introducing new HERO Bonetics dog chews! HERO Bonetics is the result of a two-year in-depth scientific study of the material, design, and production of dog chews. The goal? Create a safer dog chew that is extremely durable and great tasting! Our proprietary, real wood blended material outlasts and outperforms other bones on the market, and dogs are unable to resist! Bonetics are: Gentler on teeth - less worrying about a broken tooth! Gentler on tummies - no sharp splinters so they are easier to pass and less likely to cause stomach irritation. Uniquely textured - easier to grip, making the bone more enjoyable to chew.

Hero Bonetics Stick, for Extra Large Dogs up to 75 Lbs, Wood Sce

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