I have real live proof that dogs love center bones! Suzy, at Jones Natural Chews, sent me a box of bones (I love getting bones in the mail), and a friend volunteered her three dogs to product test the center bones!
Patty was my dorm RA my sophomore year of college, 27 years ago. That would make Patty very old. I, on the other hand, went to college when I was eight. That makes me very young.
I met Patty’s shetland mix first thing, Tasha, since Tasha is the daintier indoor dog. She’s adorable. Of course, Tasha being a medium sized dog and not the aggressive chewer, I gave her the Bandit’s Bone. NOM NOM NOM.
Tasha gave this center bone a four paws up. Good dog. Patty says she might fill it with peanut butter once Tasha has eaten all the beef filling. I think it was half gone before I left.
Then Patty came home. And we talked. Twenty seven years is a long time. I’ve grown up a lot since I was eight years old, and we have a lot in common. Like three kids. Dogs. Cats.
So I walked into her kitchen and saw the above. Are those ears not the cutest things EVER? That’s Shruikan, a something, something, something dog. And that’s the last time I saw those ears up. Every other time I snapped his photo, I got this look –
Shruikan got the JNC 7″ Natural Center Bone, with lots of meaty, yummy goodness inside and out. I think he pretty much died and went to Heaven. Until he dropped his bone in the pool.
Poor baby. He got over it as soon as the bone was returned to him.
He is liking that center bone.
But wait! There’s another dog! It’s a good thing I had another chew! Patty’s white Husky mix, Sage, wanted in on the center bone action! Patty says she’s a more aggressive chewer, so Sage got her very own 7″ Natural Center Bone. Did she like it? You tell me.
I think so.
A couple of times, when I was photographing and got too close, one or the other of the dogs growled at me. These are very well-behaved dogs, mind you. But they really liked these bones.
Here’s a thought – visiting a friend whose dog is a jumper? A little too aggressive or attentive? Bring a Jones Center Bone. You’ll be able to visit with your friend, the dog will be happy – win/win!
Remember, though – know your dog’s chewing habits. Watch your dog with any kind of bone. Take the bone away when it’s small enough to fit entirely in the dog’s mouth. Throw away splintered pieces immediately.
And as always, Jones Natural Chews are 100% all natural, and 100% grown and made in the USA!
And thank you, Patty, for letting me photograph your beautiful fur babies!
Until I write again …
I had to include this photo. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon. I couldn’t resist …