The Everlasting Bento Ball is a fun way to keep your dog’s teeth clean with gum massaging nubs and paired with an Everlasting Treat.
Instructional Video – how to properly use the Everlasting Bento Ball®
Use our original domed Everlasting Treat or Everlasting Treat with Dental Ridges on the end. Increase the challange by adding smaller treats or kibble inside.
Stronger than rubber! Great for powerful chewers. Free of latex, vinyl and phthalates.
Treat ball system encourages play which helps reduce anxiety and boredom behaviors.
Made in USA. Available with original domed Everlasting Treat or Everlasting Treat with Dental Ridges in chicken flavor. Dishwasher Safe. Great for dental hygiene.
Wheat Gluten, Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin, Water, Corn Gluten Meal, Natural Chicken Flavor, Lecithin, Brewers Dried Yeast, Citric Acid (a preservative), Carrageenan (natural seaweed extract).
Rice Flour, Vegetable Glycerin, Corn Starch, Water, Natural Chicken Flavor, Calcium Carbonate, Powdered Cellulose, Citric Acid (a preservative).
Feed as a treat. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
With all chew products and treats, pets should be supervised as no product is completely indestructible. Pieces smaller than the mouth may present a choking hazard. When wet, treats may stain fabric and upholstery.
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