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Jones Natural Chews A #GiftIdea For Your Dog



Hey neighbors,

I know many of you have probably finished all your holiday shopping.  I am wondering though if your dog was on your gift list.  If not, you might want to consider Jones Natural Chews.  They have some of my dogs favorite chews.  If you don't already know, we have five Shelties and they all love a good bone or treat to chew on.


Jones Natural Chews are all made in the USA.  Each Jones Natural Chews Product has an American flag on the package.  The bones are tested for splintering, although as with any treat it is a good idea to keep an eye on your pet when they have a new bone.



Our Shelties really enjoy the Femur Knuckle (Beef Bone) from Jones Natural Chews.  They spend hours knowing on this bone.  I like this one because it lasts so long.


Our clan was also able to try the K-9 Bacon Roll, a 10" Pork Skin.  Nice and slender, 4 of our Shelties are presently chewing on one of these.  These are a nice handy size chew.


Another item is the Taffy Snapz!  These are a tender taffy soft blend.  We received the chicken blend, but there are other flavors.  Taffy Snapz are a good size for training treats.  Glory likes hers!



The last item we received were Canine Christmas Crunchers.  There are 5 different items in this plastic stocking.  1 Beef Hoof, 1 Pig Ear, 1 Beef Knee Cap, 1 Beef Center Bone 4" and 1 Pork K-9 Bacon Roll (5"), make up this gift bag for your dog.

You can look up on their website to find someone who carries their products.  Pick up a few, your dog will be happy you did!  And if you can't find them locally, you can find them on Amazon - HERE.  Be sure to follow their social media pages too!
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One winner will receive two packs of the TaffySnapz! treats!  Make your dog happy!





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Comments

Marti Tabora said…
My dog will sit, lie down, shake or fetch for a treat. He is very treat motivated.
Darlene said…
My dog will sit, shake, and speak.
Joanne said…
My dogs will try all of their tricks to get a treat! Spin, sit, down and anything else they can think of!
LauraJJ said…
They will sit, thats about it. Still need training....but they love their treats!

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