The Original Bonio Dog Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Bonio dog food
Description:Brand: Bonio / Food Type: Dog Food
Newest Review: ... to think of them sneaking into the house when we are asleep and indulging in an unsupervised midnight Bonio feast! ***** I ... more
by - written on 30/08/07, updated on 14/10/07 (Very useful, 487 readings)
*What are Bonio Dog Biscuits?* Even if you've never owned a dog, it is more than likely you would have heard of Bonio's anyway. They are ordinary dog biscuits made by the Bonio company which is a part of Purina, who also produces brands such as Bakers, Winalot and Go-Cat. *The product itself* Bonio Bicuits are the largest of the dog biscuits I have brought for my dogs, each is around three inches long and quite thick- with a pale brown colour and as the name suggests, in the shape of a bone. Each biscuit has the Bonio name stamped into the middle so you can be sure you are giving your dog the real thing! The hard, crunchy texture of Bonios are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/07 (Very useful, 113 readings)
If by any chance some of you have read my review on Bakers Complete, you will be aware that my dog has a condition called a chronic pancreatic insufficiency meaning that he is unable to digest his food without the aid of medication. I am always on the look out for products that Sandy can have that won't hurt his diet or make him any more uncomfortable than what he already is, and Bonio is one of the products that I swear by. Over the years Bonio's have developed and you can now obtain them in various sizes depending on the size on your dog. Bonio Original - This is the medium size that you can purchase in small boxes or big boxes - for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/14 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Because positive confirmation and attention is so important to my boys I will always have a treat of some kind or other in the house (or in my pocket) to slip them. I do like to make sure that they differentiate treats from meals - and are aware of the significance of getting a treat as opposed to getting their dinner. I don't buy Bonios all the time, but often have a stash in the house. For me they fall into the category of a "snack" - which is something the boys don't get very often, but is useful to have around for specific feeding requirements. ***** Made by Purina the website says that they are available in 375g, 650g, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/13, updated on 06/10/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Out of all the different treats that I buy for my dog George, his favourite is definitely Bonio's. He goes crazy for them! I usually buy him the original flavour but a couple of weeks ago I saw that the big boxes of Bonio's were on offer in Tesco so I bought him the chicken flavour too. My review will be focussing on the chicken flavour one, but it is worth noting that other than the flavour, these are pretty much the same as the original Bonio's -they're the same shape and size. I paid £1 for the large 659 gram box of these treats which was an offer price, the usual retail price is £1.68. At a pound it is worth buying several boxes to stock up and I actually bought six! Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Our Pomeranian is an extremely fussy eater & I'm really surprised that he's as healthy as he is considering how little he eats in the form of 'proper' meals. To be honest I much prefer our cat because she doesn't bark, but hubby & daughters dote on our Pom & hubby will often come home with treats for him. The latest favourite is Bonio dog biscuits which can be bought in several flavours, chicken, original or beef which all claim to 'keep tails wagging'. They do a large bone biscuit as well as a Bitesize Variety Pack & all go down well with our canine friend. They come is 2 sizes of boxes - 350g for around £1.15 or 1.2kg for around ... Read the complete review
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