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Beef Fill Bone Peanut Butter Small

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Looking for a treat that keeps your doggo entertained, stimulated, and healthy? Look no further than our Beef Fill Bones! These beauties offer a fantastic chew and a delicious snack, giving your doggo the best of both worlds.

The tough Beef Bone on the outside provides serious chewing action, while the irresistible Chicken and Peanut Center on the inside keeps your doggo coming back for more. They won't be able to resist this combo of a solid chew and a mouth-watering filling!

This chew is recommended for small sized dogs who are heavy/power chewers. 

Limited edition and available in small size.

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About this product

Ultimate Chewer

Ultimate Chewer

Made from natural femur bone to put your doggo's teeth to good work.

Protects dental health

Protects dental health

The tough outer scrapes away plaque and tartar as they chew, keeping dental disease at bay.

Long Lasting

Long Lasting

Keep your doggo happier for longer by choosing a treat that makes chew-time last for yonks.


100% Beef Shin Bone, Chicken Meal, Peanut Flour, Vegetable Glycerin

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (Min) 20.0%, Crude Fat (Min) 1.0%, Crude Fibre (Max) 3.0%, Moisture (Max) 10.0%.

Size and Weight

Length: 5cm - 6cm

185g - 195g

Feeding Guide

Always provide fresh water when your doggo is enjoying a chew or treat. Supervise your doggo to prevent injury or choking, and choose the right size chew for them. If the bone splinters or gets sharp edges, toss it out immediately.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Chicken Meal Good for Dogs?

Yes! There are plenty of nutritional benefits in chicken meal, which is why you’ll often find it in dog food. For starters, chicken meal is packed with protein, which is an essential nutrient that plays a role in everything from muscle growth to immune functions. This means overall good health for your doggo!

Is Chicken Meal Real Chicken?

Absolutely—the rendering and grinding process is the reason we define it as chicken meal, as well as the fact that bones may be included. But if you see a bag of dog food that proudly states it’s made with “Real Chicken,” it’s referring to a clean combination of chicken flesh and skin.

What level of chew is this?

This chew is recommended for small sized dogs who are heavy/power chewers. Refrain from giving it to puppies as this chew might be too tough on their teeth, causing damage.

How long will the treat last?

All dogs are unique, each one with their own chewing habit. Chewing times can vary with natural sources chews and depend on your dog's breed, size and love for chewing. This chew is however recommended for heavier chewers.

What are the benefits of this chew?

This chew is jam-packed with multiple health benefits: 1. Made from natural femur bone to put your doggo's teeth to good work 2. A tasty and natural filling that adheres to the bone walls 3. Naturally supports dental hygiene 4. Durable and long-lasting treat 5. Can help reduce boredom and stress by keeping your dog occupied

Are bones safe for dogs?

To prevent injury and choking hazard, keep an eye on your doggo while they enjoy this treat and be sure to choose the appropriate size chew. If this product splinters or develops sharp edges, take it away immediately for your pet's safety. It's always recommended to monitor your dog, especially when it's a new treat, and also feed them in limited quantity. Lastly, do not allow your dog to swallow large pieces as these pieces could cause choking, stomach upset, or blockage. Please provide plenty of fresh water when giving any chew or treat.

Should my dog eat the bone?

The bones are not intended to be physically consumed, instead they should be gnawed on or chewed on. This treat is more about the enrichment and challenge doggos get from trying to consume the tasty filling at the centre.

Are cooked bones bad for dogs?

When giving dogs cooked or smoked bones, it’s important to always be sure that your dog is only gnawing or chewing on them. It is advisable to take away the bone when it breaks down into pieces or shards.