Top Dog Chews American Beef Knee Caps Dog Treats, 20 count

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Give your dog’s tail something to wag about with Top Dog Chews American Beef Knee Caps Dog Treats! Every purchase comes with 20 drool-worthy rewards made from 100% natural USA beef bones. They are slow-roasted with meaty morsels left on for added flavor and the texture variety your canine companion loves! Not only do the high-density bones offer long-lasting entertainment for active chewers but they are also completely free of fillers and artificial color, flavors and preservatives for a treat you can trust.

Key Benefits
  • Sourced from USA cattle.
  • Hand-trimmed with meaty bits and fat left on the bone for a scrumptious surprise.
  • Slow-roasted with optimal moisture levels to help minimize splintering.
  • Supports your dog’s teeth by scraping away plaque and tartar.
  • Made with zero preservatives, fillers, or artificial colors or flavors.

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  • Weight
    6.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
  • Lifestage
Nutritional Info


Caloric Content

3,010 kcal/kg, 171 kcal/knee cap

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein25.0% min
Crude Fat3.0% min
Crude Fiber3.0% max
Moisture10.0% max
Feeding Instructions
  • Treats should be offered in moderation, not exceeding 5 - 8% of the total diet.
  • Supervise your pet as its eating any treat and wash your hands after handling any pet treat.
Transition Instructions

When introducing a new chew or treat into your dog's diet, we recommend that it be done gradually.

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    great treat

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    My Chihuahua loves these knee caps. I use them to distract him when I need to get something done but don't want to confine him to his crate.

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