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Dog Bone Treats

If the sight and smell of a juicy bone has your pet salivating, they’ll love PETstock’s tasty bone dog treats! We have a mouth-watering range of natural, long-lasting bones from respected brands BLACKDOG, BALANCED LIFE, WAG and others. These healthy treats provide a source of lean meat protein, fibre, fat, calcium, glucosamine and other essential nutrients. The hard textures will keep your pet chewing for hours, which helps to clean teeth and massage gums. They’ll have no time to be bored and get up to mischief! We have products that are Australian-made, sustainably sourced, raw, frozen or air dried – some are individually wrapped for convenience. Choose from dog bone treats such as flavoursome beef marrow bones packed with chicken or beef filling, beef shanks, lamb bones, turkey necks, duck feet, venison hooves, cow hooves filled with peanut butter, kangaroo drumsticks or rib racks, and teeth cleansing bones.



Frequently Asked Questions

Why are bones good for dogs?

Chewing on bones offers many benefits for dogs. Two main benefits are:

  • Improvement of overall dental hygiene.
  • Provides mental stimulation.
This activity is also particularly useful for teething puppies. A general recommendation is to allow your dog to chew a bone around two to three times per week as this frequency and balance allow your dog to enjoy the benefits of chewing without causing unnecessary health risks.


How long should a dog chew on a bone?

Most dogs can chew on a bone for hours. The duration depends on the type as well as size of bone they are chewing. Breed, overall health, chewing habits, and the size of your dog also contribute to how long your dog can chew on a bone. Usually, larger denser bones such as beef knuckles and marrow bones can withstand extensive chewing. However, smaller and softer bones may have an increased likelihood to break or splinter which can result in potential harm to your dog.