About Best Bully Sticks
Best Bully Sticks
Safe, healthy and made of single natural ingredients, Best Bully Sticks are highly digestible, excellent alternatives to rawhide. These chews help promote dental health, satisfy your dog’s chewing instincts and keep him occupied for hours.
All Natural Chews and Treats
Giving your dog the best is so important—that’s why Best Bully Sticks strives to live up to their name. At the core of their process is an industry-leading food safety program that guides the manufacture of all their products.
Best Bully Sticks
Always lab-tested, baked and hand-inspected in the USA
The delicious taste your dog loves, in a chew that will keep your dog occupied for hours. These chews are a great way to help keep your dog’s teeth clean and keep him from interrupting your video calls!
Bones, treats and chews full of delicious flavors that keep your dog happily chewing. They help satisfy your dog’s natural desire to chew and help reduce destructive behaviors.
Made in the U.S.A.
Promotes Dental Health
About Best Bully Sticks
Best Bully Sticks was founded with one goal in mind—providing top-notch bully sticks and single-ingredient chews dogs love. They’ve been delivering the goods for over a decade, and they are committed to meeting the highest quality standards. They strive to make the best all-natural chews using quality ingredients, for the hearty flavor and engaging chewing your dog deserves.
My dog eats plenty of beef trachea, but something was off about the batch we received. I’ve tried 3 of them from the bag and each time, my dog had an upset stomach. Other brand beef trachea doesn’t affect him at all though. Won’t purchase from this specific brand anymore. Redbarn is the better brand to go with.
I’ve been buying the 6-7” size tracheas for a while now, as my Doberman loves them. I tried this larger size to give as Xmas gifts to my friends & families larger breed dogs. They are huge! I probably will feed the remainder of the package maybe once a week, as a special treat, rotated with the daily bully stick, pig ear, etc.
Great, German Shepard loves them. Feels good to know that they are good for dog. Somewhat pricey.
My Australian shepherd loves these treats! They last about a half hour and she devours them!
New label for this product: WORST bully sticks. First, yes, these things are humongous, and to break them in half is a challenge. Nothing in my kitchen arsenal would dent them, they're so hard. I broke one in half and gave to each of our boys. The one-year-old standard poodle, who gets various all-meat chews, worked on his half from about 5 -5:30 p.m. By midnight, he was outside with diarrhea, we're talking serious diarrhea. It took our four-year-old until about 3:30 a.m. to be hit with diarrhea. Right after that, the 1-year-old up-chucked, pieces of trachea mixed with the evening's raw diet. Again, about 6:30 a.m. he up-chucked twice in a row, mostly pieces of trachea, which felt like pieces of plastic as I cleaned it up. About 7:30 a.m. the 4-year-old starting up-chucking, lots of "plastic" type pieces. As much as our boys digest dried tendons, raw trachea, collagen chews, etc., they've never had problems like this. Today, day two of the aftermath, they are keeping down their raw diet but at the other end, it hasn't totally settled down yet. We'll give them until tomorrow morning before dosing them with something. I'm sorry. Other reviews claim there are no hard pieces but our dogs had serious problems with many hard pieces, indigestible.
Both of our dogs love these trachea treats. They are huge, so we sometimes cut them in half. We have a 13 year old Lab, Sawyer, and it takes him about 15 minutes to get through 1/2 of a stick...that's about as long as any chew lasts in his jaws! Our new rescue, a 3 year old Pittie mix, Finn, takes a bit longer, so I am pretty with that as far being a "long lasting" chew. I lalso love these because they are natural, no weird ingredients and good for them. They are also fantastic for their teeth. Sawyer has never had a dental cleaning at the vet, and even at 13 years, his teeth are still white and he never has bad doggy breath. Finn came from a bad hoarding situation, so his teeth at only three years old were awful, but these are already helping to clean them really well. I am hopeful that between his chewing and some brushing, his teeth will soon be as sparkling white and healthy as his brother's.
Dog absolutely love them and they don't create sharp edges or have small bits that I always worry about the dog choking on. Little pricey (that's why it got 4 stars instead of 5) but it's a once a week treat and I break them in half. I got the large ones.
My dog loves these. The package has a decent amount. Takes my breed (German Shepherd)about 25 minutes to chew through one. But my dog is a taste saver. So for any other dog who chews and swallow, the Tim's might be cut in half. Definitely recommend.
Great entertainment for medium and large dogs that are power chewers. The dogs love them and prefer them over cow ears and bully stick. Good quality product
My dog loves these and most of the time they don’t have a problem if the trachea is rolled tightly enough. One was barely rolled and the next day my dog woke up throwing up but almost as if he had food poisoning. It was not a normal dog tummy issue. Anyway, he ended up throwing up huge pieces of undigested trachea. He continued to feel sick half of the day. I do like these treats and my other dog can eat the ones not tightly rolled. We haven’t had any issues other than that. Just make sure your dog isn’t swallowing huge bites of these.