Do not buy this product! It will stain your carpet and you may not get it out! There is no need for them to put this red dye into the product!
All three dogs loved them. Especially my two power chewers. My border collie/lab even gave his a workout and he's not much of a chewer. The Mastiff and Pitty/Heeler are still working on them. I will definitely order again. However! Be forewarned, they do smell and will stain jeans left on the floor when used as a bed. It did wash out easily, however. They have lasted, which is a great deal for me and two of my boys.
I bought 2 of these for my dogs. One dog dropped theirs and the whole middle fell out and made a huge mess all over the carpet. Then, since the middle was gone, one was trying to steal the others away. The dogs seemed to like it but I would not buy again.
Whatever dye is used in this stained my white dog’s fur all over his face, legs, anywhere he touched it, and it stained my rug.
Quickly took this treat away from my dog once I realized there was red dye all over her white snout. Not recommended due to color, but if you don’t care about the mess, dog loved it!
#ReceivedFreeProduct My yellow Labrador really enjoyed this for a treat. It is crumbly when you open it (from the inside) but he loved it anyway. It kept him busy for about an hour and he seemed to lick it clean!
My 3 dogs all love them but what a mess the red color mad on my carpets and it does not come out. But I will be getting the PeanutButter ones again.
Gave this to my dog and she chewed a little bit of the inside. She immediately threw up this horrible red stuff. Two weeks later and many washings her paw is still pink from the dye. Bought two and will toss everything out
Dogs LOVED them but it looked like a crime scene all over the rugs and furniture. NOT an easy clean up either. Would NOT get again. WHY a red filling.
#ReceivedFreeProduct A stuffed horn is a great idea for something to chew on and keep my dog busy. After the stuffing was gone, I figured I could be restuff the horn with some wet food and freeze it for another long lasting treat. While I love this concept, unfortunately, I don’t feel that it is a fit for my dog. He loved the smell of it and wasted no time taking from me to chew on. I knew it would be somewhat messy, so I laid a towel down to protect the carpet. About 30 seconds into him trying it, I noticed the stuffing was loose. It came out all in one piece. After that, I took it away because I knew he would go through the stuffing in just a minute or two. Upon closer inspection, I realized the horn was cracked in the middle. While I know filing and the horn itself is safe for him to chew on and eat, I would like the stuffing to stay in the horn. I would also prefer for the horn to be chewed and gnawed on where he has to work at it and not worry about a big piece of it cracking off or him breaking a tooth. This was not a good fit for me.