Milk-Bone Large Original Dog Biscuits

For over a century Milk-Bone® has helped bring dogs and people together.
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It's good to give your dog a special treat, especially when it's wholesome and tasty. All dogs love the meaty taste of Milk-Bone Soft & Chewy Chicken Recipe dog snacks that make their tails wag and their mouths water. And with over 100 years of experience in dog treats, you know Milk-Bone uses only high-quality ingredients and has over 15 vitamins and minerals.
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Prepared with care by the makers of Milk-Bone® dog snacks, these tasty treats will give your dog the simple genuine joy that your dog gives you every day. Buy 2 Milk-Bone Dog Snacks 3/$8 or $2.66 each (reg. $2.89)
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Every time you give your dog a Milk-Bone® dog snack, you're sharing more than just a healthy, tasty treat. You're sharing the care. Learn how these amazing dogs have touched millions of lives.That's because a portion of the proceeds from Milk-Bone® dog snack purchases help Canine Assistants raise, place, and care for service and seizure response dogs. Since partnering with Milk-Bone® in 1997, Canine Assistants dogs have touched the lives of over 20 million* people in hospitals, homes, and schools.Giving your dog a Milk-Bone® dog snack is a way of saying "thank you" for all the snuggles, tail wags, and happiness you receive on a daily basis. But more than that, these delicious, healthy treats also help strengthen the bond you share, so you can both enjoy a longer, happier life together.Over the next few decades, the Milk-Bone was expanded to include a number of different flavors, such as chicken and beef. The marketing focus was also shifted from Milk-Bone being merely a dog treat to a product that promoted cleaner teeth and better breath. Nabisco, under the ownership of , sold the Milk-Bone rights over to of , , in May 2006.The first Milk-Bone® dog biscuits are made in New York City by F.H. Bennett Biscuit Company in a small bakery on the Lower East Side.A box of Milk-Bone treats makes an early product placement appearance in the 1924 silent film . And it was the basis for one of the most memorable lines from the TV sitcom , spoken by 's character Norm: "It's a dog-eat-dog world and I'm wearing Milk-Bone underwear."Milk-Bone products are widely available nationally at most grocery chains, Walmart®, Target®, PetSmart®, Petco®, and other outlets where dog treats can be found.For puppies, we recommend our Milk-Bone® Puppy Biscuits, which are specially formulated for dogs one year and younger. As with any pet product labeled as a treat or snack, Milk-Bone® dog treats should not be substituted for a balanced diet, and treats should make up no more than 10% of your puppy or small dog's caloric intake. As you would with any new food or treat, keep a watchful eye on your dog as he or she is enjoying our treats. You may want to consider breaking or cutting the treats into smaller pieces if your dog has a tendency to swallow food without chewing.

Milk-Bone® Brushing Chews® are not recommended for puppies. Puppies have unique nutritional needs as they grow, and Brushing Chews are formulated for adult dogs.