When to Replace Your Benebone
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When to Replace Your Benebone

Life of a Benebone. Below are 4 stages that may help you identify when to replace your chew with a new one.
NEW
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This one is a bit obvious, but we couldn’t resist showing the beautiful, gleaming starting point.

Looks great, don’t you agree?
New Benebone
LIGHT WEAR
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Benebone with light wear
OK TO KEEP CHEWING

Looks like we have some light wear here. The surface starts to feel a bit like grandpa’s five o’clock shadow: sandpaper-y and rough. But there is no significant damage to the integrity of the product. Small flakes may have come off, but nothing too big has (think the size of a sugar cube). Are you handy? Try smoothing the product out with a wood file.

Be sure not to step on it on your way to the fridge in the middle of the night – ouch!
Benebone with moderate wear. Time to toss.
MODERATE WEAR
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TIME TO TOSS

Things are starting to get a little gnarly here. The product has become a bit deformed as a decent bit of the material is gone.

Again, if more than a sugar-cube’s worth of product is missing, it’s time to go.

Breaking up is tough, but there are more fish in the sea!
Benebone with heavy wear. Past its prime.
HEAVY WEAR
Discard garbage can
PAST ITS PRIME

Like many things in life, there can be too much of a good thing. The bacon party went on for too long.

More than a sugar-cube’s worth of the product is missing, and the integrity of the product no longer instills confidence.

This baby is past its prime and should have been tossed long ago. Yikes!