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Beef TendonThe flexor tendons allow you to bend. Tendons are tissues that connect muscles to bone. Bison Flexor Tendons are cartilage and are great for satisfying your dog's urge to chew while at the same time helping to his teeth clean. Dogs typically chew these flexor tendons on the back teeth which helps clean plaque from those hard to reach teeth. This chew flies out of my shop. People buy them by the handful. They are free range, grass fed, Colorado bison. They have a slight stink, but your dog will love you for buying it. I have hooked many a dog on this 6” product. Freeze dried. From Sadie's All Natural in Colorado.$2.50 – $25.00
- The tendon is a source of protein, low in fat, calcium, potassium, collagen B vitamins and minerals.
- Rich in collagen, glucosamine, chondroitin and elastin for healthy skin, joints and hair.
Roasted tendonFor dental health, it is nature's floss due to the stringy fibers as it breaks down. These are strong tendons with a forked end that give dogs a good starting place to chew. A great 6” chew. Another great great free range, grass fed Colorado product from BarknBig. Maybe for us, the idea of eating these bison tendons treats might seem a little on the gross side, but dogs absolutely love them. They will beg for more.$4.00 – $40.00
- Full of chrondroitin sulfate, glucosamine, collagen
- High in protein
- Low in fat, calcium, potassium, collagen