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This benebone is the cause of my dog's death. Our beloved large breed dog that we thought we were helping by cleaning his teeth. Instead the ruff shards of nylon created large sores and cuts on his tongue and inside his cheek. This cost $1300. Initialy At The vet + had to have him euthanize and buried . They should n… see more This benebone is the cause of my dog's death. Our beloved large breed dog that we thought we were helping by cleaning his teeth. Instead the ruff shards of nylon created large sores and cuts on his tongue and inside his cheek. This cost $1300. Initialy At The vet + had to have him euthanize and buried . They should not be sold. They are aware of this type of injury . see less This benebone is the cause of my dog's death. Our beloved large breed dog that we thought we were helping by cleaning his teeth. Instead the ruff shards of nylon created large sores and cuts on his tongue and inside his cheek. This cost $1300. Initialy At The vet + had to have him euthanize and buried . They should not be sold. They are aware of this type of injury .
JR
· May 3, 2022
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Our dog is big and an aggressive chewer. He does not actually "eat" the bones in bites or chunks, but over time as the bone wears down & disappears I would have to assume it's being injested. I throw them out when they become small enough to be a choking hazard, which takes him a couple of months to do. I do recall the… see more Our dog is big and an aggressive chewer. He does not actually "eat" the bones in bites or chunks, but over time as the bone wears down & disappears I would have to assume it's being injested. I throw them out when they become small enough to be a choking hazard, which takes him a couple of months to do. I do recall the packaging saying they are safe to ingest. He is on his 4th bone & has never been sick or had any problems. These bones last longer than any other for him & they are by far his favorite. I've also noticed they don't get super splintery like other brands will. I would highly recommend this product. see less Our dog is big and an aggressive chewer. He does not actually "eat" the bones in bites or chunks, but over time as the bone wears down & disappears I would have to assume it's being injested. I throw them out when they become small enough to be a choking hazard, which takes him a couple of months to do. I do recall the packaging saying they are safe to ingest. He is on his 4th bone & has never been sick or had any problems. These bones last longer than any other for him & they are by far his favorite. I've also noticed they don't get super splintery like other brands will. I would highly recommend this product.
Just A Mom
· January 11, 2016
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Hi P. Shih, Benebone product varies in color given bacon is a natural ingredient. They are consistent in the amount of ingredient used. Feel free to reach out to them on their website for a replacement.
Celebrate Dogs
Seller · March 6, 2015
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Hi kang0r0o, thanks for your question. The weight recommendation is only a rough guide, as weight is a highly imperfect estimator of a dog's chewing strength. We have plenty of customers who have had good experience with dogs in excess of 70 lbs. In the end, owner monitoring is the key to safety. If you have a bad… see more Hi kang0r0o, thanks for your question. The weight recommendation is only a rough guide, as weight is a highly imperfect estimator of a dog's chewing strength. We have plenty of customers who have had good experience with dogs in excess of 70 lbs. In the end, owner monitoring is the key to safety. If you have a bad experience, please email us at info (at) benebone (dot) com and we will do what we can to make you a happy customer. And yes, a larger bone is in the works. Please keep an eye out for it! Best regards, Peter at Benebone see less Hi kang0r0o, thanks for your question. The weight recommendation is only a rough guide, as weight is a highly imperfect estimator of a dog's chewing strength. We have plenty of customers who have had good experience with dogs in excess of 70 lbs. In the end, owner monitoring is the key to safety. If you have a bad experience, please email us at info (at) benebone (dot) com and we will do what we can to make you a happy customer. And yes, a larger bone is in the works. Please keep an eye out for it! Best regards, Peter at Benebone
Celebrate Dogs
Seller · December 29, 2014
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My Belgian Malinois is 60 lbs. with very, very strong jaws. This bone works great. I also believe it is a good size for a 40 lb. dog. I wish there was a slightly larger size for my dog.
Book by its cover
· August 14, 2014
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My 59 lb lab is 15 months old now - and she does not get antlers anymore because she can disintegrate them quickly (strong chewer on antlers). The first time I gave her this Benebone, bacon flavor (22 Dec 2014) - she chewed on it strongly also with cracking noises. I ended up taking it away from her and after 20 minu… see more My 59 lb lab is 15 months old now - and she does not get antlers anymore because she can disintegrate them quickly (strong chewer on antlers). The first time I gave her this Benebone, bacon flavor (22 Dec 2014) - she chewed on it strongly also with cracking noises. I ended up taking it away from her and after 20 minutes and she already had a while nub off the bone! I only allowed short periods of supervised chew time the first week. No broken teeth - but she LOVES the flavor, how she loved antlers...so supervision seems necessary with her the first week.
After she chews on it a few minutes I pick it up and it smells like real good roasted/bacon flavoring - even today 2-1/2 weeks later. I also began leaving the bone out now with her other toys and she is now not chewing on it as heavy - sometimes she does, most of the time now - just seems to really love the flavor.
My 5 month old lab - is not a aggressive chewer on this bone and is not so attracted to it (or other toys). She is more relaxed in nature. see less
My 59 lb lab is 15 months old now - and she does not get antlers anymore because she can disintegrate them quickly (strong chewer on antlers). The first time I gave her this Benebone, bacon flavor (22 Dec 2014) - she chewed on it strongly also with cracking noises. I ended up taking it away from her and after 20 minutes and she already had a while nub off the bone! I only allowed short periods of supervised chew time the first week. No broken teeth - but she LOVES the flavor, how she loved antlers...so supervision seems necessary with her the first week.
After she chews on it a few minutes I pick it up and it smells like real good roasted/bacon flavoring - even today 2-1/2 weeks later. I also began leaving the bone out now with her other toys and she is now not chewing on it as heavy - sometimes she does, most of the time now - just seems to really love the flavor.
My 5 month old lab - is not a aggressive chewer on this bone and is not so attracted to it (or other toys). She is more relaxed in nature.

Sharon
· January 9, 2015
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My dogs prefer bacon over peanut butter. They will chew on both (I have more dogs than Benebones and they take turns) but the Bacon flavored is definitely chewed on more often.
AnimalFarm
· August 29, 2014
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No, not at all!! They give off no color while chewing them.
Brenda VanBeek
· November 13, 2018
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By tougher I take you mean longer lasting. From the feedback we have received our customers have commented that our Benebones out last the competition. I invite you to read the product reviews about our Benebone and see for yourself about the long lasting qualities commented by our customers. Benebones are made in the… see more By tougher I take you mean longer lasting. From the feedback we have received our customers have commented that our Benebones out last the competition. I invite you to read the product reviews about our Benebone and see for yourself about the long lasting qualities commented by our customers. Benebones are made in the USA of top quality nylon and ingredients of food grade bacon and chicken meat, and food grade peanuts.
Jim at Benebone see less
By tougher I take you mean longer lasting. From the feedback we have received our customers have commented that our Benebones out last the competition. I invite you to read the product reviews about our Benebone and see for yourself about the long lasting qualities commented by our customers. Benebones are made in the USA of top quality nylon and ingredients of food grade bacon and chicken meat, and food grade peanuts.
Jim at Benebone

Celebrate Dogs
Seller · November 21, 2015
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Our two pit bulls will destroy nearly anything within a few minutes -- except these! They love the bacon flavor ones the best and will spend 10-15 minutes at a time enjoying gnawing on them and so far ours last for at least a few weeks before they manage to chew the ends off. I love that there haven't been any loose pi… see more Our two pit bulls will destroy nearly anything within a few minutes -- except these! They love the bacon flavor ones the best and will spend 10-15 minutes at a time enjoying gnawing on them and so far ours last for at least a few weeks before they manage to chew the ends off. I love that there haven't been any loose pieces just a lot of rough edges that the dogs don't seem to mind but you'll want to avoid stepping on these in your bare feet! I'm ordering these now for at least the 10th time in about a year. see less Our two pit bulls will destroy nearly anything within a few minutes -- except these! They love the bacon flavor ones the best and will spend 10-15 minutes at a time enjoying gnawing on them and so far ours last for at least a few weeks before they manage to chew the ends off. I love that there haven't been any loose pieces just a lot of rough edges that the dogs don't seem to mind but you'll want to avoid stepping on these in your bare feet! I'm ordering these now for at least the 10th time in about a year.
zhree1
· March 8, 2017