5 Dog Treats in the Stocking
There are 5 dog treats in the Jones Natural Chews Canine Christmas Cruncher stocking. As far as dogs are concerned, they’re better than 5 golden rings. I think so, too! Today we’re going to take a look at the 5 dog treats in the stocking. First, a couple of things about all of the treats.
- All 5 dog treats in the stocking are single ingredient treats. No cobbled together gingersnap cookies for dogs baked in grandma’s 5 star hotel kitchen. Nope. These treats are simple, what you see is what you get. Dogs like that.
- All 5 dog treats in the stocking are completely all-natural. No artificial ingredients. Though, as single ingredient treats, there’s no way to sneak anything artificial into these stockings.
- All five of these treats are grown and processed in the USA.
What Makes it Great
Ready? Let’s talk about the individual treats and what makes this a great stocking!
Beef Hoof – y’all, this is the most controversial treat in the stocking, but not because dogs don’t love them or because they aren’t safe. Dogs go NUTS for the hooves. Two of my three dogs sneak a Beef Hoof all over the house to keep it away from the others and to avoid detection by mama. But they can’t keep me from knowing for long. Once a dog starts chewing on the Beef Hoof, there’s an odor. In fact, I encourage you to pick up a Beef Hoof for your own dog, see what I mean. Go on. You know you want to. Your dog will LOVE it. P.S. This is a long lasting gnawing treat. It will be around the house for months.
Pig Ear – OMD. Every dog I know goes nuts for the Pig Ear. It’s just that, an ear. For smaller dogs and toy dogs, five minutes of chewing, then put it away. It’s a long-lasting chew for a small dog if it’s done this way. Kinda like bacon for humans. In fact …
K9 Pork Roll, 5″ – is also a bacon-y treat! This treat is a pig skin, rolled tightly and baked. Again, five minutes of chew action for a tiny dog. My Aussies chew one up in less than a minute, but I give it to the Affenpinscher for just a few minutes at a time. Dogs go crazy for this treat.
Beef Center Bone, 4″ – This bone is for gnawing, not eating. It’s a versatile bone, since it’s hollow. Some dogs like just gnawing on a Center Bone, but plenty of people see the need to stuff this bone. Either with a yogurt and pumpkin mix, or canned dog food, then freeze and give to the dog. There are plenty of fun things you could stuff this bone with to keep your dog entertained while it gets the stuffing out. I love the Center Bone. It’s a durable bone, too, and will be around awhile.
Beef Knee Cap – I think the Knee Cap is one of Jones’ sturdiest bones. It’s not the biggest bone, so it’s suitable for small to medium dogs, but it’s hard as a rock, covered in little meaty bits, and great for your smaller dog’s dental health as a gnawing treat. Karen’s French Bulldogs love the Knee Cap best.
There you have it! Check with your local pet and feed stores to see if they’re carrying the Canine Christmas Cruncher stocking. If they’re not, head to Natural Dog Treat Shop and order one for your dog! It’ll make your dog smile. Promise.
Spreading the good chews …