What chew bones are safe for dogs?

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What chew bones are safe for dogs?

Dogs are natural carnivores, so getting them bones, whether real meat or manufactured products, is a great idea. However, with so many chew-bones dog products on the market, picking the right treat for your furry friend can be overwhelming.  Not only do you need to ensure that a chew product is free of chemicals that could make your dog sick, but you also need to ensure it's a little bit softer to prevent dental fractures.

Other things to remember when evaluating chew bones include fat content and brittleness. Too much fat can cause gastrointestinal issues, while excessively brittle bones can splinter into fragments and get stuck between teeth and intestines. Care is needed when shopping for chew bones for your dogs. Here is a look at some popular bone options from our catalog.

DOG SNACKS Mini & Small Bone

This healthy, wholesome dog snack is crafted with wholeness in mind. It is crafted from natural ingredients and supplemental minerals, vitamins, and nutrients o glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate to boost your dog’s health. It’s a highly nutritious and digestible formula rich in all the flavors that dogs love.  

Vital Fiber Brush

Vital Fiber Brush is a grain-free veggie and fruit blended mix for digestive health boost. It’s designed like a toothbrush with super-tip bristles and a handle made of fiber-rich cellulose to support strong dog teeth.

This brush is easy to use and contains all the flavors dogs love, including Honey, Yam, Pumpkin, Avocado, and Fennel. It will nourish your dog's teeth with veggies and fruit.

Calcium Milk Bone

Supply your dog with the natural ingredients it needs to grow with our Calcium Milk Bone. This soft, chewy bone treat is designed for dogs of any age to promote healthy teeth and bones. It contains enough fiber to promote digestive health and supplemental eucalyptus oil for fresh breath. Get this delectable treat in Milk or customized flavor, and let your dog enjoy it.

V-Lucky Bone

V-lucky Bone is a wheat flour, dietary fibers, and chicken flavor mix perfect for dogs above six months old. It also contains isolmalto-oglisoccharide, multivitamins, chondroitin, glucosamine, compound yeast, essential oil, and organic trace elements.

These ingredients give it a sweet smell that will catch your dog’s attention when unwrapping it. It's the perfect treat for training good behavior in your dog. The glucosamine and chondroitin promote healthy joints and strong bones. Get it in milk, chicken, seaweed, or a customized flavor.

Vege Bone

Vege bone is a meat-free healthier alternative to meat products. It is a farina and dietary fiber blend with added glycerin, essential oils, organic trace elements, multi-vitamins, isomalto-oligosaccharide, compound yeast, eucalyptus oil, food colorants, and natural flavor. It's designed in the shape of leaves with unique deep grooves that reach deep between the dog’s teeth to clean tartar and plaque.  

The Eucalyptus oil promotes fresh breath. Get it in original or compound flavor, and be sure your furry friend's canine needs are met.

Digest More

Digest More is a savory and premium dog treat with superb oral health and overall body wellness benefits. It’s a unique blend of potato powder, powdered cellulose, and pea flour with added fish oil, sodium caseinate, beer yeast, Mannose-Oligosaccharides, yucca, rosemary, magnolia, and echinacea. It’s a wholesome edible chew suitable for dogs of all ages.

What to keep in mind when choosing a chew bone for your dog

There are various things to consider when shopping for chew bones for your dog. The breed and size of your dog matter. You should also pick bone products with the right hardness for your furry friend’s chewing style. If you are unsure about the chew bone to select, please ask your veterinarian for help.

Here are some extra tips for selecting safe chew bones for your dogs:

  • Avoid small bones since they are choking hazards. Always select bones that are larger than your dog’s mouth

  • Avoid processed or cooked bones. These can splinter easily and stick between teeth or in the intestines.

  • Avoid chew bones that contain excess fats, as these might cause gastrointestinal issues

  • Avoid chew bones that contain harmful chemicals or substances.


Chew bones are great treats for dogs. There are various types of bone treats on the market. Always look for chew bones bearing veterinarians' seal of approval. Above all, ensure they are suitable for your dog’s size, breed, and age. For more help selecting chew bone treats, contact our team of experts.