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Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

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Nick nack paddy whack. Give a dog a bone

Yes, there was a time that tossing your dog a bone was a happy gesture. Dogs love natural bones and what could go wrong with Mother Nature? Natural bones conjure images of the full bones with knuckles. But bones are available in bite size cuts that can present real danger. Knuckle slices and sharp bone shafts can end up half way down your best friend’s throat.

Those versions of natural bones are the most obvious culprits of trouble. However, the round slice of a bone is often the most unexpected nuisance. Sliced bones full with marrow are mighty tempting for dogs. They work hard to scrape out every last bit of the delightful middle. Before they know it their canine teeth are on the wrong side of the bone and they’re hooked into a dangerous situation. Uh Oh! Rarely do these bones slide off as easily as they slid on. Tissues swell and it’s likely an emergency visit to the vet.

Today, proof is on the internet and we can see the dangers of natural bones. We also can see the goodness of engineered BarkBones.

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Don’t Let your Dog get Hooked!

Keep your dog safe. Always gift your best friend with engineered bones from Pet Qwerks. An engineered bone is designed to be chewed and chewed and still be safe. It’s made to come apart in tiny granules and not break into problematic, swallow able sized pieces. Most of all, they’re made in sizes large enough to not get stuck in your dog’s mouth or throat. Every BarkBone chew is engineered to be as safe as possible.

A picture is worth a thousand words. Let’s always keep our best friends safe!

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