Handmade chewing bones from the coffee bean plant
These high-quality chewing bones are handmade by wood cutters in Rwanda from branches of the coffee bean plant. When a plant no longer yields coffee beans, the branches are used to make chew bones for dogs. Each bone is different and a wood carver makes only 8 -10 chewing bones a day! The bones are luxuriously finished and coated with natural beeswax. Extra durable and 100% natural!
KOKO is driven by the aim to help alleviate poverty among coffeefarmers and to provide employment to woodcarvers in a sustainalble way.
The advantages of KOKO chewing bones:
– Safe, does not splinter
– Hypoallergenic, suitable for allergic dogs
– 100% Natural product
– Solid and durable
– Caffeine- and calorie-free and without artificial additives
Supports the natural cleaning of teeth. The fibres released during chewing have a stimulating effect on the intestines. In addition, endorphins are released in the brain during chewing, giving a satisfied and contented feeling.