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Bell And Bone Dental Chews Beef and Coconut for Big Puppies 7 Pack 120g

Bell And Bone Dental Chews Beef and Coconut for Big Puppies Are a Nutritious and Delicious Way to Maintain Your Growing Pup's Oral Health


  • Designed for Big Puppies: Tailored to meet the dental and nutritional needs of larger breed puppies

  • Beef for Strong Muscles: High-quality beef provides essential proteins for muscle growth and development

  • Coconut for Health Benefits: Infused with coconut to support skin health, coat condition, and overall well-being


  • Promotes Dental Health: Helps in reducing plaque and tartar build-up, crucial for maintaining oral hygiene from a young age

  • Unique Chewy Texture: Encourages puppies to chew extensively, aiding in teeth cleaning and gum massage

  • Natural Ingredients: Made with all-natural components, ensuring a safe and healthy treat for your puppy


  • Nutrient-Rich: Packed with essential nutrients to support the overall growth and development of big puppies

  • No Artificial Additives: Free from artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives, making it a wholesome choice

  • Easy to Digest: Formulated to be gentle on your puppy's developing digestive system

  • Convenient Pack Size: Comes in a pack that's ideal for regular feeding, ensuring a consistent routine



Beef (36.6%), Tapioca, Vegetable Binder, Coconut (7.3%), Sweet Potato, Vegetable Gum, Salt, Skim Milk Powder, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Zinc Sulphate, Natural Flavour, Vegetable Protein, Salmon Oil, Natural Preservative, Natural Antioxidant, Omega-3

Typical Analysis

Metabolisable Energy (ME): 243.8 kcal/100g, Crude Protein: 20.1%, Crude Fat: 2.9%, Crude Fibre: 0.7%, Carbohydrate: 43.2%, Salt: 1.6%


Directions for Use

  • Feed one stick daily for optimal care.

  • For larger breed puppies and/or puppies 3-6 months


  • To keep treats fresh and delicious, reseal them once opened and keep them in a cool, dry and dark space


  • Suitable for puppies 10 weeks and older

  • Supervise whilst feeding

  • Always consult your vet if you have any questions