What do you want to know about scrummy bonio?
If you've got a question about the bonio product range, or how to care for your best friend, you can contact the
Purina PetCare Service by post, phone or online.
Our team of highly experienced customer service professionals will be delighted to help.
But to save you time, we've compiled a shortlist of those questions we've heard more than once.
Just click on the question to read the answer.
Scientific opinion is divided, but slow-motion replays suggest anything up to a hundred.
It's all down to the bonio shape and texture. The special recipe helps to scrape away the plaque and tartar that build up on your dog's teeth everyday. This is important as it's the plaque and tartar that cause gum disease and tooth loss.
Each and every bonio biscuit is lovingly oven-baked, just as it has been for the last 75 years!
Only carefully chosen natural, wholesome and nutritious ingredients are used in making bonio.
Not a good idea to let your dog decide! It depends on the size of your dog. You'll find all you need to know on our
Almost 1 million bonio are munched, scrunched and savoured every day!
Add a bit more fun to his day. Hide a trail of bonio biscuits around the house, surprise him by concealing them in his meal, or give them as a midnight snack!
Anytime is bonio time! Dogs love its yummy taste and goodness morning, noon and night.
bonio's 'cover-girl' is a basset hound. She's a lovely character whose owner works in the bonio factory - every dog's dream!
You're never short of options with bonio! Marrowbone, charcoal, beef, chicken, lamb and rice are all guaranteed to keep tails wagging. Go to our Product Catalogue
for more delicious details!
Apart from the pack, nothing has changed about scrummy, crunchy bonio in 75 years!
bonio only uses natural ingredients. You can't get more natural than that!
Like people, dogs can get bored with the same old routine, but a little variety from our product catalogue
will keep your dog's tail going like a windscreen wiper!
A jaw-dropping 275 million per year makes bonio Britain's No.1.
Over 75 years, we've probably fed your dog's great-great-great-great-great grandparents, their pups, their pups' pups, and their pups' pups' pups' pups !
A dog's hearing has a far greater range than ours. They also know your habits - do you reach for the bonio at certain times of day? The sound of a cupboard opening, a hand fumbling in a box and the promise of their favourite, wag-tastic biscuit will bring them running like greyhounds!
bitesize and mini bonio are perfect for slipping in your pocket on walks. (And no crumbs!) So, next time you stop to admire the view, why not give your pooch a little picnic? It's also a great way to distract them from your pub lunch!
All our cartons are 80% minimum recyclable.
Hopefully the above have helped answer some of your queries about scrummy bonio but if its behaviour information you're looking find
out more from our Animal Behaviour Consultant.
Professor Peter Neville
Peter Neville DHc BSc (Hons) has worked closely with Purina PetCare for many years and is the Companion Animal Behaviour Consultant for Purina in the
UK and Ireland.
Peter began his professional career with animals by working for three years as a Research Biologist for the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare
both in the UK and overseas. He was awarded a Doctorate by the Danish Etologisk Institut in 1991 and has continued to work in the field of companion
Peter has been in practice for the treatment of behavioural problems in pets for over twenty years and established the first behaviour referral clinic
at a UK Veterinary school at the Dept of Veterinary Medicine, Bristol in 1990. He is the author of the internationally best-selling books: 'Do Cats Need
Shrinks?' and 'Do Dogs Need Shrinks?' and author/co-author of 13 other books, as well as videos and many scientific papers on canine behaviour. He is a
regular contributor to leading pet magazines in the UK, including Dogs Today, and is a speaker in high demand at veterinary and behaviour meetings around
the world. He is also a member of the Behaviour Panel of the Feline Advisory Bureau in the UK.
Peter was a Founding Partner of the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology (www.coape.org) in 1993, and was appointed Clinical Professor at the Dept of
Veterinary Medicine at the University of Miyazaki, Japan in 2008.
On a personal note, Peter is a qualified Open Water Diver, and a keen fly fisherman and hill walker. He climbed Kilimanjaro in 2005 and once walked the
1000 mile length of the UK on footpaths. He leads regular 'behind the scenes' safaris to study African Wild Dogs in Africa.