Good Buddy Meaty Center Bone

1 each

Retail Price: $4.99


Our Price: $3.49 (Save 30%)

1 each

Why You’ll Love It

Castor & Pollux Good Buddy Meaty Center Bone is a high-quality beef femur bone dipped in natural liquid smoke and baked. Its natural meaty center provides hours of chewing enjoyment for your dog. Each bone is carefully prepared to ensure it is both safe and tasty. Strict guidelines apply to the cooking process to ensure a moist, quality bone that reduces the chance of splintering.
SKU: 780872006187

About This Brand

Launching in 2000, Castor & Pollux Natural PetWorks was the first branded, premium quality line of natural specialty food and supplies for pets. ORGANIX, certified organic food and treats for dogs and cats, debuted in March 2003 and Natural Ultramix® was introduced in early 2004.
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Ingredients

Beef bone.


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