To the review that said the horn must be bad because it smelled bad. Not true all the buffalo horns do smell bad. It is the natural smell from them. If you can over look the smell dogs seem to love them and the last a long time. A trade off for a lasting product i guess.
This didn't smell like peanut butter, but more like rancid suet with perhaps some PB in it? Dog rejected it, and I'm not mad about her doing that because I think it is probably not good for her to eat. Note that nuts that go rancid (and peanuts, legumes, etc) can develop aflatoxins that are unhealthy to ingest. Also, I got two of the bacon flavor ones and gave one to my dog, which she enjoyed and suffered no ill effects. The bacon flavor one did not smell rancid.
my dog loves this bone SO much. it also has lasted her days and days. the waxiness of the bone is really nasty for me to touch, but it's worth it because she serious loves it
This is one of the biggest hits with both of our dogs! Unlike stuffed bones that are frequently never touched again once the stuffing is out, they both continue to seek these horns out even after they’ve finished off the stuffing. They’re also super easy to re-stuff (I like to fill with yogurt, baby food, and/or peanut butter and freeze). I was initially skeptical that it would be worth the price, but we definitely get our money’s worth out of it.
This had a horrible smell to it, and it made the dogs for staying. Not a fan at all.
These are AWFUL. I ended up throwing them away because they gave the dogs SUCH bad gas and one dog threw up. I don't think it was the horn itself but rather the filling. Stick to the natural unfilled ones if you use horns.
I don’t know what they filled this with but it smells bad. My dog will eat anything you put in front of her and this is truly the first time she has refused anything. Now that I smelled it, I can’t say I blame her. It does not smell like peanut butter at all. It’s gross
I purchased these after reading the ingredients for my allergy-prone giant. He had never tried water buffalo but homemade peanut butter cookies is a favorite treat. Nothing in the ingredient list raised a flag so I ordered two due to the sale. I figured though my boy is very picky and in a flare right now, even if he didn't like them surely one of my five other besties would. Having given this three tries now, I'm not sure what to say. Atlan isn't sure what to do with the bone and I'm a little concerned. He took it in his mouth with confusion and set it down. He rubbed his neck against it like he does sometimes on a dessicated animal carcass he'd come across in the woods - we live in the country ya'll :) After a while and taking it to different locations (to see if the view might offer a more pleasing experience?) he finally settled down to chew. After two hours, he wasn't more than an inch into the filling when I took it away he didn't protest. This morning as a treat before their meal I offered it to him again. He knows it's his but basically put it down and prepared to guard it from the pack but didn't care to put it in his mouth. I took it away. Then, I offered a fresh one to my big pig, 120 pounds of prowling appetite. I was surprised to see a similar reaction. They like it but they don't want to eat it. They mouth it and rub on it like they would something disgusting like when I scream and take something away from them. So I'm very concerned about the quality of this in terms of ingredients, production method, age, hidden chemicals, etc. I see in the reviews many dogs ate this and survived so I'm not hysterical but I'll be returning them. Two stars because this package may be a fluke of the process and they do like it ... just not as a treat.
I was so excited for my dogs to try these. Very disappointing, they didn't even last an hour and they splintered into pieces. Had to throw them out
My dog only likes the peanut butter part of this item, I bought it hoping it would work out for him but he was not into it. Also has a weird smell