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ChurpiChews Natural Dog Treats

For generations the people of the Himalayan highlands have been making this hard treat. The rock hard ChurpiChew is made from milk, salt, and lime juice. No chemicals or preservatives are used in the making of this unique long lasting human grade chew. ChurpiChews soften slightly as dogs chew on them, making for a long lasting, low fat experience they love!

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Item Number 50650
  • Treats
Special Diet
  • Grain-Free
  • Vegetarian
  • All Stages
  • Adult

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ChurpiChews Natural Dog Treats Customer Reviews

ChurpiChews Natural Dog Treats 4.1 5 18 18
Ruby Loves it! I figured Yak Milk, yum! I was looking for a healthy treat with no additives that I can give Ruby (6 year old chihuahua) to chew on that would last longer than 5 minutes. She loves to chew but usually devours whatever we give her. So we ordered the small ChurpiChews to try. They're pretty small, maybe 2.5 inches but for her, that's a perfect size. It smells pretty strong, but she went nuts for it! I put a towel down on the floor and let her at it. She chewed it for 20 minutes straight and hardly made a dent! This will last her several days for sure. It didn't upset her stomach and it wasn't too messy so it's a big hit! Highly recommend trying it. August 25, 2012
Loves it My dog knows what his churpi chew is and will find it when you ask him to...that is on the rare occasion that he isn't already chewing on it. He is a good chewer so he gets them down pretty quickly then works at the nub for days. A really good natural chew that I don't worry about when it "goes through him." August 19, 2012
Excellent chew! This is one of the few safe things out there for puppies under 6 months of age- Great chew for those teether s. I would always remember to by larger unless for a toy breed ***** five stars July 24, 2012
Low salt diet friendly One of my six dogs has Addisons disease and seizure disorder and he likes to chew and we run a VERY fine line on his sodium intake(bad for his addisons yet needed for his seizures) but can't have bully sticks or rawhides because they are produced with loads of salt and these are minimal compaired to the others. So glad he can enjoy chew time like the rest of the kids and for him they last forever as he is only 16 pounds. August 20, 2012
Excellent My dog loves these, and they last a very long time August 16, 2012
Teeny Tiny I have small toy dogs, around ten pounds, they love the Yak Milk chews! I bought the small size Churpi Chews and they are teeny tiny! Not worth the price. Others are larger and less $ elsewhere. Delivery was quick and I would purchase from this company again, just not the Churpi Chews! I gave it one star because I had to. August 21, 2012
Long-Lasting Chew I have a teething 5 month old lab/golden mix and this chew has been a life saver! It is long-lasting, all natural and doesn't smell terrible (like bully sticks or the cow hoof). It would keep him busy for hours if I would let him chew that long. Though they are a bit pricey, compared to buying new furniture, it's a no-brainer to keep purchasing these for my pup. April 8, 2014
aggressive chews rejoice I have a 1 year old Shetland Sheepdog who loves to chew. He is happy demolishing his toys although he has worked on carpeting. I have given him rawhide bones, and he enjoys them, but to get one the right size is difficult. He can demolish a small one in an hour and the bigger ones do not appeal quiet so much. Enter Churpi chews. These he adores and while if allowed to, he can demolish one in a day, when supervised for 30 minutes or so, these will last a good 5 days. I really prefer the huge ones, but when you want to get some you go with what is available. I appreciate the packaging, since they do not get the usual cheese mold on them because they are packed in the little mesh sock. if you have not tried these, your dog may love them. much easier on the teeth than some of the so-called sticks out there. February 9, 2014
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