Loki is a massive chewer, I often give him bones and antlers to chew on since he destroys most toys even ones specialized for excessive chewers. I normally get them from my local butcher shop but they don’t always have bones so I started to do some research on companies that specialize in bones for pets and I came across Jones.
Jones Natural Chews is no stranger to meat! Their history is rich with butchers and meat cutters going back as far as 1850. In 1970 the company was founded as a small meat market with a smokehouse to provide custom butchering and smoking for local farmers in Woodstock, IL. The best cuts of meat also produced the best bones and word traveled fast that Jones was the place to go for naturally baked dog chews. By 1988, three of Robert’s children, Darren, Dean and Laura joined the company and were eager to expand the dog chews.
Six generations of expertise in the meat industry have proven to be a valuable asset to Jones Natural Chews. The Jones family takes pride in the consistency and quality of their natural, healthy dog treats and chews made from animal products supplied by USDA inspected plants within the USA. Over the years, Jones Natural Chews has carefully developed several types and sizes of chews and treats for all size dogs and all types of chewers. All products are developed with careful testing for moisture levels, bacteria control, and maximum shelf life. Of course, the true product testers consist of several different dogs ranging in size from three pounds to two hundred fifty pounds.
With the recent scare of tainted products coming from overseas one of the selling points for me as a Pet Guardian was that Jones Natural Chews are 100% American Made. The entire manufacturing procedure from start to finish is on the American soil.
Loki was sent Crown Knuckle(from the tibia of a beef cow) and is great for medium to large sized dogs and a bag of Rabbit Jerky.
Loki LOVED the Crown Knuckle! He played with it hours and kept him busy while I worked on my blog. Like any food or treat product though you should supervise your dog.