Nontoxic Natural Dental Bones for Dogs

Hi, I’m Beth Daniel, the co-founder of with my husband, Dr. Stephen Daniel. You cannot see them right now, but my Rottweilers are laying at my feet because I am talking about their favorite treat, Bonies. We work with clients all over the world and a big portion of our clients are dogs. We love our dogs as well, and we try to find really highly-rated integral products for our dogs that are non-toxic, made in America. Bonies promote good dental health and improved breath for your dogs. Bonies, are a natural dental treat that are wheat, corn and soy-free. They have no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, and they’re gluten-free. They’re largely made with brown rice flour. They’ve got a little tapioca, a little chicken flavor, and rosemary, parsley, seaweed extract.

We recommend testing for your pet just like you would test for yourself before you ingest something. My dogs get one of these a day, and I order them from You can also go to, but seems to have some nice discounts, and I’m on their email list, so I get different percentage off.

There are different sizes of Bonies, these are the regular size. They have some smaller ones as well, depending on the size of your dog. I can’t get by without giving them each one of these right now, so let me open these up. The other thing is, they are digestible. There used to be some dental bones on the market where they actually showed that it sat in the gut of the animal and did not break down and digest, so this is much more advanced over those old, kind of first-line treats that they used to have for dental bones. Okay, girls – want a Bonie? Now, they’ll usually sit and shake; let’s see if they’ll do it today. Okay, good girl. Okay, there she goes. Okay, Ula, do you want a Bonie? Sit. No, she’s giving me her paw to the chair. Okay, okay. Alright, there they go, their favorite part of the day! Thank you.

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