Always monitor your dog while feeding chews, treats and bones. Give your dog in limited quantity – more isn’t better, better is better. Do not allow your dog to swallow large pieces and discard any chunks that could be swallowed whole – these pieces could cause a choking hazard or blockage.
Treats and chews should not make up more than 10% of the daily caloric intake.
Recommended chew and bone size are lightly larger than your dog’s mouth.
Chewing a hard treat could cause damage to teeth.
Always have clean fresh drinking water before, during and after consumption.
After handling treat, wash hands. Not for Human Consumption.