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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Roxy loves SmartBones

Our little pup, Roxy is a chewer.  So, it is really important for us to always have an alternative to my slipper, for her to chew.

If I am giving her something to chew, it might as well be doing her some good as well.


SmartBones are fortified with vitamins and minerals to ensure your dog's diet is nutritionally balanced with eating dry kibble dog food. There is no rawhide in SmartBone.    Rawhide is difficult to digest and can causing a chocking hazard.  But, by giving your dog SmartBones, you are giving your dog a chew which is 99% digestible.

SmartBones  are available in three flavours - chicken, peanut butter (Roxy loves peanut butter, I've got to get these for her), and dental.  Purchase SmartBones according to your dogs size.

It is important to offer your dog chews.

It is a dogs inherent desire and need to chew.  Chewing helps keep their teeth clean and prevent plaque build up.  Offering your dog SmartBones will help keep your dog's mouth healthy and maybe even help with doggy breath.

Roxy has quickly become a fan of SmartBones.   We received a sample of green dental bones for her to try.    She can quickly devour a SmartBone in under an hour.  I've given her other dental chews which I've found later, yet with SmartBones there wasn't a trace left behind.  I am guessing that she is telling me that she loves SmartBones.  

I am a fan of SmartBones too.  I had no idea what a bad idea it is to give rawhide to your dog.  Going forward, I won't be offering her anything but SmartBones.  Our neighbour is the owner of the pet store in our little town.  I like to support our small town business and try to purchase anything I need for Roxy at her store.  Next time I am in, I'm going to ask her to consider stocking Smartbones in her store.  In the meantime, I can purchase online.

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Disclaimer:  I was sent a sample for my review.  Opinions expressed are mine, yours may differ.

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