We’re tackling both ends of the bone spectrum today, as well as tackling a giveaway! It’s November, so I want to make sure that dogs of all sizes have much to be thankful for. For starters, dogs are thankful for Jones always being an all natural treat, as well as always being grown and produced in the USA. Let’s start with the tiny dog bone, the Lamb Shank Bone.
Here’s what Jones has to say about the Lamb Shank Bone, and please pay attention to the size of the dog.
Our succulent bone is perfect for small to medium dogs that aren’t aggressive chewers. Natural liquid smoke and meaty treats left on the bone make every dog’s mouth start to water. This Lamb Shank was known as the Lamb Mammoth at one point and is a whole USA lamb shank bone, with knuckles on each end, from the front leg.
The Lamb Shank Bone is for small dogs that are non-aggressive chewers only. It’s a delightful bone for tiny mouths that can’t wrap around a larger bone.
The Jumbo Bone, our wee Lamb Shank’s opposite, is a monster of a bone.
Here’s what Jones has to say about this bone:
Your dog is in for a huge treat when it gets its paws on this bone. It is a whole USA beef femur bone from the hind leg; this means that you get one knuckle on each end along with the straight bone. What a deal, 3 in 1! Measuring approximately 16-18″ long, this product is for medium to large dogs. The Jumbo Bones are dipped in liquid smoke with meaty pieces on the whole bone.
I picked one up while I was in Rockford, IL a month ago. They truly are enormous.
So! A giveaway! What are the rules?
- You must be a US resident to enter – my least favorite rule, but there’s no real way around it
- You must leave a comment on THIS POST, one which links back to a valid email address
- You must leave a comment before this Friday night, November 7th – it’s usually Thursday night, but I’m traveling, so y’all lucked out
- Tell me a little about your dog, large, medium or small, and which bone would best suit it
- Winner will be announce next Monday morning
And that’s it! Leave a comment! I’m off, heading toward Jackson, MS, where I’ll be visiting with another dog and taking photos. Expect to see lovely dogs all next week!
Until I write again …