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Choose long-lasting, chew-friendly treats for your pup with dog bones & natural chews. The Pets Club has an excellent chomping selection of dog chews, including dog bones, rawhide dog chews, and more. We carry dog bones and chews in various sizes to fit big mouths, small ones, and everything in between.
Classic rawhide chews will keep your dog chewing for hours, but they may not be appropriate for heavy chewers. Consider dog rawhide alternatives like bully sticks or antler dog chews instead, or try yummy dried fish skin chews or Himalayan dog chews made from hardened cheese.
We offer lots of natural dog chews to delight every canine. Treats like ears, trachea tubes, tendons, and tripe taste great, plus they are high-protein dog chews that are easy on the tummy, too. You can also find hard dog chews made from combinations of meat, vegetables, and other healthy ingredients, or pick out canine-approved peanut butter treats in hard chew form for long-lasting flavor.
Satisfy a non-stop chewer with dog chew toys and healthy chew snacks. Pick out a no-calorie nylon bone or get a fillable treat toy for a tasty boost. And don’t forget your youngest chewers—puppies will love sinking their teeth into the many teething toys and puppy food toys. The Pets Club has everything you need to give your best friend’s chompers a workout without sacrificing your shoes. So check out our fantastic selection of dog bones and natural chews, and let the happy tail wags commence!
The best dog chews will be made from safe ingredients and appropriately sized for your dog’s mouth and chewing style. Choose popular rawhide alternatives, or pick a high-protein or vitamin-fortified treat to provide added nutrition while your pup chews. Avoid chews made with lots of artificial ingredients, and consult your vet for guidance if you’re unsure.
The safest dog bones and chews will be the right size for your pup’s breed and well-suited to his particular chewing style. All the bones and chews we offer are safe for dogs, but you should always be careful and monitor your dog while he’s chewing.
You should give your dog bones and chews for about 1-2 hours daily. Providing chew time is very important, but you must be mindful of the extra calories your dog is taking in and ensure he’s getting other diversions like play and exercise. Read the feeding guidelines on the chews to see how much and how often to give them.