My puppies love them! I give them this brand because they are safe for digestion and the flip chips take more time for them to chew through then the sticks.
I was looking for a chew that might last a couple of hours as a treat when we are away. She gobbles this in nothing flat.
My Berta does like this brand of rawhide and thought I’d try the beef flavor out since she loves beef! She doesn’t quite go for these as she does the chicken flavor.
The chew has a lot of calories and is too thick. My dog loves it, but she shouldn't eat that much in one sitting. But, when I tried to break it into pieces it shattered because of its thickness. Once it shatters, it no longer is a chew and she woofs it down, which is concerning due to some sharp edges. Take this review with the grain of salt, I have to be really picky about chews for my dog due to a long standing mouth issue that vets have not been able to identify. So I end up trying lots of different types of chews to try to find something that'll allow her to do her absolute favorite activity. She never chews on rawhide. Most alternatives disappear quickly so I'm still searching for that long-lasting chew that's not made of rawhide and is thin enough to not hurt her mouth. It breaks my heart when she gets a chew and after a minute or two she lays it to the side and puts her head down and looks so sad because she can't continue. :(
I am thrilled that Chewy listened to my suggestion that they look into carrying Nothin' to Hide dog treats. They are a great rawhide alternative. Both my dogs love them. I also save $2 per package when ordering through Chewy. I highly recommend these dog treats and Chewy. You can't go wrong.
These are very digestible and my dog loves them. I am a firm believer that rawhide is bad for dogs. I have a beagle/basset and he is a very aggressive chewer, one day he tore off a 2-1/2 inch piece of rawhide and nearly suffocated until I put my hand down his throat and pulled it out. Either way never leave your dog unsupervised with something to chew.
I threw these out. They gave all my dogs the horrible runs.
I tried these after spending over $800 to watch, via x-rays, a piece of pizzle (raw hide stick) slowly make its way through my dog's GI track. He had been vomiting blood. I do cut them into thirds using a branch clipper, as my dog is only 17 pounds and doesn't need the extra calories. The piece is gone in minutes (my dog loves it), but at we're both happy; he still gets his daily "chew", and I save on emergency vet bills. I was happy to see a non-chicken flavor, too.
Love the nothing to hide rawhide alternatives... only problem is that my puppy flies through them like potato chips !
Well, this is a flop! All 4 of my babies won't touch them. Won't buy again!