(10 customer reviews)

Benebone Wishbone Durable Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers


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DURABLE, LONG-LASTING – Super chewer? Bring it on. Benebones are tougher than real bones and last for weeks.

REAL BACON! – We use only 100% REAL BACON for flavor. Trust us, dogs can tell the difference.

EASY TO PICK UP AND CHEW – The Wishbone is curved for a paw-friendly grip so your pup can quickly grab it and get a good chew going. Think about it: dogs don’t have thumbs.

USA MADE – We make and source everything in the USA.

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Benebone Wishbone Durable Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers, Made in USA, Medium, Real Bacon Flavor

  • DURABLE, LONG-LASTING – Super chewer? Bring it on. Benebones are tougher than real bones and last for weeks.
  • REAL BACON! – We use only 100% REAL BACON for flavor. Trust us, dogs can tell the difference.
  • EASY TO PICK UP AND CHEW – The Wishbone is curved for a paw-friendly grip so your pup can quickly grab it and get a good chew going. Think about it: dogs don’t have thumbs.
  • USA MADE – We make and source everything in the USA.

10 reviews for Benebone Wishbone Durable Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers

  1. chui

    Personally, I don’t love it – but my dog does. God knows why, because it sure as hell does not taste like bacon….not that I’ve tried.We have 4 or 5 in the house right now because it’s the only toy he does not immediately destroy. It’s a very hard plastic, so great for strong chewers. As it gets worn, the edges get really rough so definitely keep an eye on your dog and make sure they’re not hurting themselves. The wishbone shape is cute, but it’s also pretty easy for my dog to hold between his paws when he goes to town on it. He closes his eyes and gnaws on it so passionately that I get a little jealous because I don’t think I have ever enjoyed chewing something as much as my dog enjoys chewing this (and let’s be real, we have WAY better stuff to chew than they do.)

  2. Frances L. Phillips

    My 12lb. Havanese has always liked the regular sized Benebones, but, at times, seemed unhappy with their size. The Benebone tiny 2 pack now offered in the bacon flavor has become his favorite chew toy. Just the right size for him to get on with a rewarding chew, but still the same great taste he likes in these Benebone chews. Hope the company comes out with a tiny 2 pack in the chicken flavor. That would be great as he also likes that flavor in the larger Benebone chews, too.

  3. Janetcatlady

    My rat terrier chews on these daily. I bought 2 in different flavors – chicken and bacon – and she chews on each equally. She’s a rescue who was one year old when we got her and she was destroying clothes and many other items. We learned to close doors, put counter top items away (she recently realized she can jump up high enough to get on them) and have benebones in our sunroom and my office. I’ve had them for about 4 mos. now and they are still in great shape. I got the medium size wishbone shape so she could put her feet on them to stabilize them for chewing. She no longer chews on her deer antlers which didn’t last long at all and are quite expensive. A winner for us!1/25/21 update – I now have 3 benebones, one in each flavor. I bought the small size which suits her just as well as the medium. All of them are still in great shape.

  4. NYCalWoman

    The best way to describe Benebone Jumbo Chew is to think about all the toys and bones you have purchased for your dog. Many of these toys aren’t touched each day, let alone for over a week. Your dog gets bored. However, with the Benebone Jumbo Chew, your dog will be chewing on this bone not only each day but numerous times each day. My Golden Retriever is 9 months, weighs between 65 and 70lbs and has been chewing on this for the last 2 1/2 weeks. I hope that the Benebone Company comes out with new flavors in Jumbo or Mega Jumbo (new bigger size..hint, hint) so that all dogs can enjoy this wonderful treat in more flavors. I’m attaching a front and back picture of the Benebone Jumbo Chew as it looks today…and the first day my Golden Retriever received the Benebone Jumbo Chew.

  5. CKayy

    As a former vet tech, rescuer and pup momma I’ve come across some chewers that take the cake. Of course, one of my own is the worse of the worst. My monster lab/poodle mix can DESTROY just about anything I buy for him . He snaps the ultra kongs in half without blinking and will crack even the largest Nylabones within a few minutes. Even toys marketed as indestructible with money back warranties fall to their death in his jaws. That said …. HE LOVES THIS BONE and hasn’t managed to do much damage to it which makes it one of the best chew toys I’ve ever encountered.


    I have a maltese dog, 8 mths old. She loves it so much! She started chewing away, and she got so quiet. However, she preferred the wishbone shape over the other shape that looks like a handle. She only chews on the wishbone shape for some reason. It doesn’t smell of bacon, so no worries of having a bacon smelling dog mouth! It lasts long, as it is rock hard, but it can get a bit of marks on the bone after a while. It is smooth, and the wishbone shape is a good grip shape! If this review helped you, please consider pressing that button below! ? Hope your doggo enjoys chewing away like mine!

  7. jimmymac

    We have a 1 year old English Bulldog and he chews on everything ! I tried the bully sticks and he ate right through them like they were potato chips. I also gave him Yak chews, which are also pretty good but these Benebone’s not only last for months and months but the fact that we bought him the bacon and chicken flavors give him something to choose between when he is bored with the first one. He will knaw/chew on these bones for hours and hours at a time and it keeps him occupied. He gets so into these bones that he is in his own little world as we watch and hear him going to town on them. He has not chewed on shoes, chairs, base-molding or anything else for that matter. Finally !!! We found the ultimate bone to stop his need to chew [ on other things ] and he really enjoys them !

  8. Mike

    For some reason, our golden-doodle prefers this over the traditional nylabone. Maybe it’s the flavor or shape; he’s had it a few months so “newness novelty” would have worn off by now.It would be better if it didn’t get all rough (see picture) and flake off little burrs of plastic that stick in socks and bare feet, but since big blocks of silicone don’t satisfy chew cravings, and most other things are shredded in minutes, this is the best compromise I’ve found.Update: after 6 months, he has really put a dent in it (second picture), but it continues to be a favorite.

  9. Jen S

    What on earth do you do with young pups who have tons of energy, sharp teeth, and powerful jaws? You exercise them, of course! And then you give them Benebones. Wow. These are a huge hit in my home.Several times during the last 20 years I’d purchased Nylabones (similar concept), but none of my dogs had shown any interest. It was disappointing because I needed a heavy-duty chew toy for my pets to enjoy while inside the house; I can only guess they lacked enough flavor.Benebones (one peanut butter, one bacon) are a welcome addition. My dogs detected something exciting in the Amazon box, and when I revealed the goodies inside, ALL the pups were interested. They’re still chewing away and swapping flavors. I’m equally delighted!It’s important to remember that powerful chewers (especially young pups with sharp teeth) can destroy just about anything. Let’s face it; they’re born with jaws capable of chewing through animal hide and bone. Chew toys are no exception. My dogs (mixes of Shepherd, Retriever, and Doberman) are fiercely and happily chomping on their Benebones and making a dent in them. As the toy gets wet, it softens on the surface. Teeth marks are evident, and the smooth surface of the toy becomes jagged, BUT the dogs are not destroying it. It’s the most significant difference for me; the surface changes, but not the integrity of the entire toy. You can see where it is minimally breaking down, but overall they are lasting. The toy is solid when dry, and the roughened surface scrubs the dog’s teeth. Then, as the dog continues to chew, the toy softens a little. I cannot detect any odors and I don’t see stains on my rugs or furniture. Thankfully, my dogs haven’t experienced any obvious GI upset, which can happen with natural chews like horns and rawhide. The photo shows both bones after a week of daily assault, and they’re still holding up. Even if they only last for another week, they’re still a far better value than the chew toys that get destroyed within 10 minutes. However, it appears the Benebones will endure many more weeks (if not months) of enjoyment, and this makes them an absolute winner for my brood.Hope this helps!

  10. Bootsie

    I have three dogs who all love these Benebones (Lab, Golden Retriever, and Amstaf). They have Different flavors of these bones and my dogs love all of the flavors. The dentist has remarked about how clean their teeth are, which I think is in great part due to these Benebones. They have laundry basket full of toys and since these Benebones are heavier than most of their other toys, they usually settle toward the bottom of the basket. It is so funny to watch them digging through the other toys to get to their Benebones. Over several months, one knob on one of the Benebones was chewed down (little shreads at the time, not a harmful chunk), which meant I bought another round of Benebones for all of them. One of my dogs had to have surgery because she swallowed a chunk of a Kong toy, but even though she is a strong chewer (Bully breed) and can demolish most toys in 15 minutes or less, these Benebones last months before they need to be replaced. I watch their toys to make sure nothing starts coming apart that could necessitate another trip to doggie ER ($6,000 bill and 5 days in hospital). The price of the Benebones may seem a little high, but if you can avoid trip to doggie hospital for intestinal blockage and all the pain your dog would suffer, they are a good investment. It is cute to see each of three dogs grab one knob on a Benebone and pull in three different directions. If I could give 10 stars, I would. Great design and material for all dogs, but especially for Bully types.Update: I am back online buying another set of Benebones. My dogs and I continue to prefer these chew toys over all others. I waited too long to reorder and currently only have one I allow them to chew. With 3 dogs chewing on a Benebone 8-10 hours a day, I am extremely impressed that they have lasted, on average, about 4 months. Two will lay there watching for whichever one has possession of the Benebone to turn her head or go for a drink of water so one of the sisters can steal it and get a turn chewing. Two of them “talk” and will tell me that her sister stole her toy. My solution is to take it away from all of them for a while. Problem will be solved in two days when new shipment of Benebones arrive and each of my girls will have her own Benebone. I need to be a better Mom and make sure I keep a supply of new replacement Benebones on hand since all 3 are despondent when they do not have their favorite Benebones. I continue to highly recommend Benebone chew toys.

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