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Flavor Name:Peanut Butter Blend  |  Size:5-6 Inch - 3 Pack


Filled Shin Bones

Amazing Dog Treats is here to make your dog bow and say “Wow! From all our MMM-azing dog treats for them to choose! All our Filled Shin Bone Dog Treats are made from free range and environmentally friendly sourced, Grass Fed beef with a variety of different flavors for you to choose from! .

Our slow cooked Shin Bones offer a long-lasting flavorful chew for your dog. Amazing Dog Treats filled shin bones for dogs are perfect long lasting chews for larger breeds and aggressive chewers.


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Product: Filled Shin Bone - Acai Blend


Country of Origin: Brazil

Flavor: Beef amp; Acai

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