Grillerz Pork Knee Bones Dog Treats
A frail little thing
I guess I was expecting a slightly bigger pigs knee, but this was pretty small. My main issue with this, however, is that in the process of unwrapping it, it broke apart into a couple little pieces.
This meant that instead of being able to give a single knee, I got to give her several tiny broken knuckles that were small enough for her to just swallow. The part that was big enough-ish for her to chew, she ate all the "flavor" off the outside, and left the bone how it was.
I certainly won't be buying it again, but if you have small dogs - I would possibly be a bit concerned depending on how small. The main chunk that broke of the knee was about as round as a quarter, and about as thick as an AA battery (I think we had one smaller chunk that came off, but not positive anymore.. I am thinking we got two little chunks and a slightly bigger..).
So if you buy this for small dogs, give it a wiggle first to see if it comes apart, and you don't even need to apply pressure.. While my dog could just swallow the thing, I think smaller dogs might have an issue getting that size chunk down if they are so predisposed to trying that sort of thing.
November 30, 2013
Entertaining little bone
I always like to go a little extra mile for my girls. So when I buy these bones, I leave them in water for like an hour so they soften up a little bit. This little bone entertain my pity for a couple of hours. Kona is a little bit of a bone hoarder as it is but these particular one she loves.
July 7, 2014
Healthy stimulation for my dogs
I love that these are a healthy, safe, and inexpensive option for our dogs. They don't have a bunch of additives and my dogs will chew on one forever. I don't have to worry about them eating the chunks they pull off like with rubber chew bones. When all the meat is gone, I slather it with peanut butter and it last for a few more days.
December 1, 2013