Oma's Pride Split Beef Knuckle Bone

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  • These recreational bones are a nutritious option for providing mental stimulation to relieve stress and boredom.
  • Effective in keeping teeth clean and gums stimulated.
  • Contain cartilage, which supports hip and joint strength and mobility. 
  • A lower fat option compared to beef marrow bones.
  • Sourced & produced in the USA.
  • 100% natural -- no preservatives, additives, or flavorings.
  • Recommended for strong chewers and large breeds.

Ingredients: Beef knuckle bone (split)

Additional Information: Product is 100% raw and should be treated as raw meat. Keep frozen until ready to use. Thaw in refrigerator and use within 4 days. Choose appropriate size for your pet. Never leave dog unattended with raw bones. Dispose of any broken pieces. Not intended for human consumption.


Suggested Use & Instructions:

Keep frozen until ready to use. Thaw in refrigerator as needed and use within 4 days. Some liquid after completely thawing is normal. Can be fed frozen or thawed. Discard any uneaten product. Do not cook.

We recommend feeding as a recreational chew. Entire bone should not be consumed. Discard any small pieces to prevent a chocking hazard. Always monitor your pet with any recreational chew or bone.

Feeding Instructions:

4"-6" sized bones are recommended for medium to extra large dogs.

It is recommended to feed 1-2 raw recreational bones per week with a few days in beween servings.

• M (26-50 lb.)

• L (51-75 lb.)

• XL (76+ lb.)

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Product Reviews

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Knuckle Bones
Written by Lynn on 22nd Jul 2023

Keeps the Siberians busy for hours! Love that I found this company and so do all of my pets.

Written by Len Finley on 11th Jul 2023

My Leonberger loves theae.

Written by Lynn on 22nd Jul 2022

Finally found Oma and knuckle bones for my dogs to relish and enjoy! Yeah!. Arrived fast and well packed considering coming to Georgia in the summertime. Some gone in a day, a couple still hanging around but the joyful sound of chewing and happy pups!

Written by David Eskin on 16th Dec 2020

These are big pieces of soft tissue, 8 mth old lab loves them; some will take several hours and some go faster depending on how much bone is in there; don't let the size intimidate; even though as big as our pups head, she still enjoys and chews down to a small piece of bone. I think I'll defrost one now!!!