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Merrick Doggie Wishbone Beef Tendon Dog Treats

$3.49
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Merrick Doggie Wishbone Beef Tendon Dog Treats

$3.49

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Product Summary:

Merrick Doggie Wishbone Beef Tendon Dog Chew

Fulfill your dog’s wishes by giving him Merrick Doggie Wishbone Beef Tendons. This all-natural dog chew is made with 100% USDA sourced beef tendon and is made right here in the USA.

Features:
  • Made in the USA
  • Made from 100% USDA sourced beef tendon
  • Contains no artificial ingredients, flavors, or colors

Item Specifications:

Size:
6 to 8” Long

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.): 80.0%
Crude Fat (min.): 7.0%
Crude Fiber (max.): 1.20%
Moisture (max.): 10.13%

Ingredients:
Beef tendon

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Trying it out for the first time
Kelly s on Jan 16, 2016
I like good healthy quality treats for my dog
Jeri W on Oct 26, 2015
good but gone in a blink with our dog.
Nancy J F on Oct 30, 2015
This treat is FABULOUS for medium size dogs. My dog tries to open the door to where they're stored, that's how much he loves them!
Barbara K on Jan 29, 2015
can you split these in half via scissors or by hand?
joanna m on Dec 9, 2014
Best Answer: These tendons can only be cut with heavy duty scissors. I use a pair of hospital scissors but garden shears may also do the trick. Tendons are tough which makes them a great treat as they take time to chew up.
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