The Dingo brand combines powerful flavors and benefits to create bones, chews and treats that are sure to keep you and your dog wanting more. With a wide variety of shapes and flavors, there are options for any size companion. Dingo brand's irresistible rawhide chew made with real chicken is mini-sized for your favorite little friend. Dingo mini bones are perfect to give your dog every day for a chew full of fun and flavor. These mighty bites, made just for small dogs, deliver all the benefits of Dingo brand bones. Packed with protein, these chews also promote clean teeth from the natural action of chewing. Your dog will love the combination of real chicken wrapped with premium rawhide in a classic bone shape. No fillers or artificial binders are used. Give your pup a treat you both can love! Dingo Mini Bones are the perfect size for small or toy sized dogs.
Rawhide, Chicken, Pork, Water, Corn Sugar, Salt, Potassium Sorbate (\Preservative), FD&C Red 40.
For supervised consumption only. Select a chew slightly larger than your pet's mouth. Discard chunks or fragments. Feed one per day for best results. Always provide plenty of fresh drinking water and visit your veterinarian regularly.
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