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Butcher Bones Intact Pork Femur Dog Bone

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Heartland Premium LLC of Omaha, Nebraska has been in the pet bone and treat business for over 12 years. Heartland Premium takes great pride in the fact that our bones and treats are produced from USA Born, Raised, and Harvested cattle including Angus and/ or Angus/Herford cross bred cattle. Heartland products are produced from young cattle raised within 500 miles of Omaha, NE.

Our bones are from Angus or Angus/Crossed Herford cattle that are 29 months old or younger. A USDA requirement for Prime beef. All of our bone products come from our plant here in Omaha. We slow roast our bones at a low temperature of 210 degrees for 30-36 hours and then spray a light mist of Liquid Charcoal smoke to give our products a golden brown look your dog will love. Each piece is hand trimmed.

Pork Femur

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Butchers Block Butcher Bones Intact Pork Femur Dog Bone
 
3.0

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5.0

great bone

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from glendale az

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

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Pros

  • Cleans Teeth
  • Digests Well
  • Fun
  • Tasty

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Larger Dogs
    • Special Reward

    Comments about Butchers Block Butcher Bones Intact Pork Femur Dog Bone:

    my dogs love these

      • Please tell us your pet's breed:
      • rottie/kelpie
       
      1.0

      Oddly, my dog won't touch these.

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      from Ex. San Jose CA

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      Pros

        Cons

        • Dog's refuse them.

        Best Uses

          Comments about Butchers Block Butcher Bones Intact Pork Femur Dog Bone:

          I bought a few of these and my dog, who is estatic about any and all bones. She won't touch these. Not even a little gnaw. Maybe they're old? I've never seen a dog act so uninterested in a meat bone. I brought it to work for some dogs in the office and no one is interested? I'm just confused how my cat-poop-eating dog will refuse to even smell this.

            • Please tell us your pet's breed:
            • dog

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