Dr. Tim's Natural Oxtail Chips Genuine Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats, 8-oz bagBy Dr. Tim's
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|Top Ingredients||Beef Oxtail.||Beef Liver.||Beef Liver||Beef with Ground Bone, Beef Heart, Beef Liver, Salt, Sage.||Beef Hearts.|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free||Grain-Free||Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free, High-Protein||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Flax-Free||Grain-Free|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Beef, Meat||Liver, Beef, Meat||Meat||Beef, Meat||Beef, Meat|
|Food Form||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Food Topping||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Food Topping||Treats||Freeze-Dried||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Food Topping|
|Health Feature||High Protein||Vitamins & Minerals||High Protein||N/A||High Protein|
About This Item
- 100% real freeze-dried cartilage and bone help to keep your pal’s teeth clean for overall oral health.
- Genuine oxtail chips are packed with protein for lean muscles, plus fat for a good source of energy.
- Easily digestible beef treats are made with real, pure meat, with no fillers—so you can be sure your pal is getting the best.
- Mess-free delicacy can be served as a treat, training reward or re-hydrated for a tender, juicy addition to his daily meal.
- USDA-inspected beef was proudly sourced in Wisconsin—so, it's a local treat that’s sure to taste great.
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He loves them
My dog loves them and contrary to some other comments, yes the whole thing is edible.
Best for dental health
My lab is now 41/2 years old and shows no signs of dental disease. I credit it to these treats. My vet was impressed at how great my dog's teeth look. They are supposed to be hard, but you can soften them in water, which in my opinion, negates the benefits to removing tartar.
dr Tim’s oxtail freezes dried treat
Rehydrate them they become soft and chewy for those who are having trouble feeding hard chews
Lots of bones
The meat itself is good, and both cats and dogs like it. But these treats are freeze dried pieces of meat on thinly sliced bones. I looked on the site and didn't find assurance that the bones are edible, so I'm not going to offer this to my dogs without first picking the meat off the bones. Dr. Tim's makes another freeze dried product that's fine and safe.
Cut them up- put in kong toy
I usually cut these into pieces with a pruner / cutter so that the pieces will fit into a kong chew toy and not fall out easily. It takes a bit longer for these to bounce out of the kong toy than with most treats. I also usually add some other type of treat inside that will fall out easier if the larger oxtail chip isn't there to help slow down their exit from inside the toy. This gives my dog a good amount of time with being interested in playing and chewing on the toy. This is especially helpful with pups and younger dogs that are very active and like to chew.
Still undecided but not because of the product. Product is great for those who like to give treats
I have been feeding Dr. Tim's dry dog few for the last 4 years. I have been really impressed with the quality of the dry food. I don't normally give treats to my dog so Im not sure why I bought them other than because of the success with Dr. Tim's dry dog food. That being said my 3 year old bluetick loves these treats. She goes through them quick but doesn't have difficulty eating them (choking due to scarfing) like she does with other smaller treats. She did not experience any digestive upset and the treats did not leave any staining behind on fabric. I do use really small treats while I am training for certain types of canine performance. I'm not sure these are a good fit for that purpose. If you have a dog that is not super overzealous about treats in the show ring, I would suspect that they would work nicely as bait for that venue.
NOT GOOD FOR MY DOG
MY DOG WEIGHS 12 LBS. HE IS BASICALLY UNABLE TO CHEW THESE CHIPS. THEY ARE EXTREMELY HARD TO SPLIT INTO SMALL PIECES, AND ARE A COMPLETE WASTE AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED