Rated 1 out of 5 by JonesMom02 Not worth it
I bought this instead of my boxers usual bully stick and it arrived with wrapped in plastic when I took the plastic off to give my dog the outside wrap around the bully stick was shattered and most of it fell all over my floor then when I gave it to him and he began chewing on it and carrying it around little pieces kept flaking off everywhere i ended up taking it and tossing it in the trash it made a huge mess I would not recommend these they are not worth the price because the extra wrap just falls off I'll stick with regular bully sticks from now on.
December 21, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Court Gone fairly quick
My 6 month old lab really enjoyed this treat but I was disappointed how the himalayan chew on the outside broke off with his strong chewing. I'm glad he was able to eat this but I was hoping it would be a longer lasting chew. I only gave 2 stars because he did enjoy this, I just wish it lasted a lot longer!
December 29, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Goldador25 Excellent ingredients, but not long lasting for a large breed power chewer.
This product contains excellent, simple, natural ingredients; however, my 70 lb power chewer finished it in under 20 minutes. A Bully Stick normally takes about 40 minutes and a Himalayan Dog Chew typically takes 1.5-2 hours. At double the price of a Bully Stick and almost the same price as a Himalayan Dog Chew, this product is not worth it for a large, aggressive chewer. It would however likely be a good option for a smaller dog or a less aggressive chewer.
November 9, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jodie Didn't last long
I was hoping that for this price this would be a long lasting chew. My little dachshund, who is not a particularly aggressive chewer had this whole thing gone in a matter of minutes. She did enjoy it, but not near long enough!
November 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flyer16 Good for strong chewers and great exercise for the jaw
My rotties love this treat and happily go to town on them. Its a great, healthy treat and keeps them happy, though strong chewers will go through them within 10 or 15 minutes. Recently, one of my rotties was diagnosed with a very rare disease that targets the jaw muscles causing them to atrophy and the jaw to lock up. Exercising the jaw is a critical part of her therapy. This treat is by far the best one I have found to give her jaw a serious workout to help those jaw and facial muscles come back, while at the same time being healthy, safe to eat daily and easy on the tummy. I highly recommend this treat, especially if your dog needs to exercise his/her jaw for a medical condition.
May 21, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by JandJ Lasted maybe 5 minutes...NOT longer lasting than a regular bully stick
These treats are a great idea, but don't last long enough to be worth the price. The 12-inch size may last slightly longer, but is it really worth paying $1 a minute for a chew treat? It usually takes my dog an hour or so to go through a bully stick or Himalayan chew separately (not counting the breaks if she gets bored), but this combo lasted only a few minutes and left crumbs of the thin Himalayan coating all over my house. I'm also not sure where they get the bully stick in the middle of these treats, but my dog has had jerky that was tougher to chew! She loved the treat, but it just wasn't worth it. Save your money if you have a dog that powers through "tough" treats and look elsewhere.
December 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Casey2000 Golden Retriever LOVED it!!
At first, our golden wasn't too sure about this chew since it was new. But he got into it quickly and loved it! The only downside is it only lasted him about 10 minutes, but it was the best 10 minutes of the day! lol!! It's well worth the money because it makes your doggy happy!
February 21, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by LadyScout Not long lasting
I expected the chew to last at least a few hours, but my dog chewed it in less than 30 minutes. It must have tasted good to her! That is why I gave it 3 stars. However, the Himalayan Dog Chews do last for days and is highly recommended.
March 5, 2015