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Why Choose Bison Chews & Bones for Your Dog?

Bison chews and bones offer dogs many benefits. For example, they are:

- Rich in flavor - dogs generally prefer bison chews and treats over beef, pork, turkey, chicken, or lamb.

- Low in fat and high in protein - bison chews and bones tend to be lower in calories, fat and cholesterol than beef, pork, turkey, skinless chicken, lamb and even some fish.

- US sourced and manufactured - produced from American grass/range fed Bison and raised in a much more humane, natural and healthy manner than the majority of beef, pork, chicken, lamb and turkey raised inside and outside the US.

- Ideal for dogs with allergies and digestive issues - bison is often the only chew that doesn't cause problems for dogs with food sensitivities.

GREAT DOG has an extensive line of bison bones and chews you won't find elsewhere. All our chews and bones are made from US sourced product and cooked in a human grade facility without additives and preservatives!

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