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Milk-Bone Dog Treats, Original, Crunchy, 10 oz (283 g)

Item# 029W730425110001P | Model# 73042511 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Milk-Bone Dog Treats, Original, Crunchy, 10 oz (283 g)
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Trusted since 1908. 100th anniversary. Great for training! With real bone marrow. The Milk-Bone Story: Back in the early 1900s, there was a little bakery on the Lower East Side of New York City. Although it was known as a biscuit company by trade, the bakers there began to develop a snack that catered to the tastes of all dogs, both large and small. From the start, the recipe for their bone-shaped treat was made with only the most nutritious ingredients for a dog: meat products, minerals and milk. Eventually, as derived from the recipe, the name Milk-Bone naturally came into being and has remained since. Now. after 100 years, the Milk-Bone Brand continues to bring the joy of snack time to dogs everywhere. Calorie and Fat Content per Treat: 10 calories and 0.5 g fat per treat.

Directions: Milk-Bone Snacking Recommendation: Feed as a snack or treat. Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Beef Meal and Beef Bone Meal, Sugar, Cooked Bone Marrow (Preserved with BHA, BHT and Citric Acid), Dried Digest of Poultry By-Products, Beef Fat (Preserved with Tocopherols), Salt, Cornstarch, Brewers Dried Yeast, Artificial Color (Includes Red 40), Iron Oxide, Sodium Metabisulfite (Dough Conditioner), Natural Flavor.
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My doggies love this so much

August 26th
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