Clean teeth and freshen breath with tasty, longer-lasting Dental Bones!

BLUE Dental Bones have the ideal shape and texture to help clean dogs’ teeth and freshen their breath for optimal oral health.

With a variety of sizes from mini to large, these wheat-free chews are made from high-quality, natural ingredients and are enhanced with added minerals.

  • Why Bones?

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    Just like humans, dogs need routine dental care to avoid tooth and gum decay and enjoy overall good health.


    Tasty BLUE Dental Bones satisfy your canine’s chewing instincts by providing a safe, natural option for scraping off food to help prevent plaque and tartar buildup.


    Home brushing and professional vet cleanings are necessary, but giving your dog BLUE Dental Bones every day can help extend the time between appointments.

  • Ingredients & Sizes


    Potatoes, Vegetable Glycerin, Water, Gelatin, Pea Protein, Rice Bran, Natural Flavor, Sunflower Oil (source of Omega 6 Fatty Acids), Flaxseed (source of Omega 3 & 6 Fatty Acids), Carrots (source of Vitamin A), Beet Juice, Calcium Carbonate, Blueberries, Parsley, Alfalfa Meal Dehydrated (source of Chlorophyll), preserved with Citric Acid, Zinc Propionate and Mixed Tocopherols, Oil of Rosemary.

    Guaranteed Analysis

    Crude Protein 14.0% min
    Crude Fat 3.5% min
    Crude Fiber 4.0% max
    Moisture 20.0% max


    While your furry friend would probably love to eat the whole bag, BLUE Dental Bones are for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. We recommend feeding him just one BLUE Dental Bone a day. Choosing the right size of BLUE Dental Bones is important too—be sure to select the right size dental bone based on your dog's weight:


    BLUE Dental Bone SizeIdeal for DogsCalorie Content
    Mini 5-15 lbs. 3,015 Kcals/kg, One Mini Bone = 25 Kcals
    Small 15-25 lbs. 3,015 Kcals/kg, One Small Bone = 51 Kcals
    Regular 25-50 lbs. 3,015 Kcals/kg, One Regular Bone = 87 Kcals
    Large 50 lbs. & above 3,015 Kcals/kg, One Mini Bone = 138 Kcals


    Keep in mind, BLUE Dental Bones are not appropriate for puppies and dogs less than 5 lbs. Always be sure to watch your dog while he enjoys a BLUE Dental Bone to make sure he chews it sufficiently. And, of course, you should make fresh drinking water available at all times.

  • Dental Do's & Don'ts

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Doggy Dental Care

    Stay on top of your dog’s routine dental care and help reduce periodontal disease with these helpful tips from Dr. Victoria Carmella, Blue Buffalo’s Director of Veterinary Services.

    Bacteria and plaque-forming foods can build up and harden into tartar, causing inflamed gums (gingivitis). Receding gums can hasten tooth loss.

    Routine brushing can help reduce the severity of oral disease. You can make a pet-safe toothpaste with baking soda and water. Multi-Pet Home? Each pet needs their own toothbrush so you don’t spread germs across brushes.

    Regular checkups are especially important if your dog is 7+ years old. Your veterinarian will check your dog’s oral health and look for signs of disease like inflamed gums (gingivitis) before the condition worsens. Professional cleanings from a veterinarian can reduce the likelihood of dental disease.

    Discover more Do’s and Don’ts for your dog’s dental health. >