Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Chicken Recipe Dog Snacks (37 oz.)
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- Wholesome, delicious Milk-Bone treat that you can feel good about
- Real chicken for protein and a savory, smoky flavor
- Milk-Bone has been perfecting dog treats for over 100 years
- Great for dog training or as a part of a nutritionally balanced diet
Milk-Bone® Soft & Chewy Chicken Recipe Dog Snacks (37 oz.) are prepared with love by the makers of Milk-Bone dog snacks. These adorable bone-shaped treats give your favorite furry friends the same joy that your dog gives you every day.
Who Is Milk-Bone?
Milk-Bone treats began all the way back in 1908 in a small bakery on the Lower East Side in New York City. They were one of the first brands to cater to dogs of all sizes by adding small-, medium- and large-sized treats in 1940. In 1957, Milk-Bone had grown so much that they moved to Buffalo, New York City where they still produce all of their products today. A few years later, they decided that dogs need more wholesome and healthy treats and began to change formulas with minerals and vitamins for a 100% nutritionally complete recipe. Now, almost 100 years later Milk-Bone still gives healthy, delicious treats to dogs around the globe and now with even more options for bone and dental health.
Why Choose Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Chicken Recipe Dog Snacks?
These delicious and tender snacks are made with real chicken and fortified with over 12 vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A, D, E, calcium, copper, zinc, iron, niacin and more. These Milk-Bone treats are made with real chicken infused with a natural smoky flavor. This gourmet meaty taste is sure to spark pure joy in your pup as soon as he or she hears the crinkle of the bag and smells the delicious aroma of premium chicken.
How To Use Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Chicken Recipe Dog Snacks
Feed your dog or puppy Milk-Bone chewy dog treats as a snack or treat as a part of a healthy diet. You may find it better for your puppy or small dog to feed the treat broken into small pieces. Always monitor your dog while treating.