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Himalayan Pet Supply Yaky Puff Himalayan Cheese Dog Treats, 2-oz bag

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Description

If your dog hasn’t tasted the cheesy deliciousness of a Himalayan Pet Supply, it’s time to treat him to some Yaky Puff Himalayan Cheese Dog Treats. This ancient recipe uses traditional methods to create an authentic Himalayan hard cheese from skimmed milk with a dash of salt and splash of lime juice. It’s sun-dried, smoked and cooked into a bite-sized puff for a softer texture so it’s easier for all dogs to chew, even puppies and seniors. The result is a smoky cheese-flavored treat that’s sure to become your dog’s new favorite reward.

Key Benefits
  • Uses traditional methods to create an authentic Himalayan hard cheese from skimmed milk with a dash of salt and splash of lime juice
  • No lactose, grains or gluten
  • Softer texture so it’s easier for all dogs to chew, even puppies and seniors
  • Sun-dried, smoked and cooked into a bite-sized puff
  • Smoky cheese-flavored treat that’s sure to become your dog’s new favorite reward
Precautions

Always supervise your pet during consumption. Remove any potentially hazardous materials immediately. Consult your veterinarian if your dog has food sensitivities or medical issues before feeding.

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  • Item Number
    99601
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
  • Food Form
    Treats
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, Gluten Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Potato Starch, Cheese (Pasteurized Processed Skimmed Milk, Salt, Lime Juice) Potassium Sorbate (Preservative).

Caloric Content

5026 kcal/kg, 57 kcal/serving

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein: 16.4% min
Crude Fat2.91% min
Moisture8.3% max
Ash2.71% max
Feeding Instructions

Not intended to replace main food source. Always monitor you dog when feeding. Consult with veterinarian before giving if your dog has food sensitivities or medical issues.

About Himalayan Dog Chew

Where it All Began

Where it All Began

Himalayan Pet Supply is the original creator of the Himalayan Dog Chew. Their team supports a network of over 10,000 Himalayan farmers who handcraft these ancient hard cheese chews for dogs around the world. Not only are these chews adored by pups and approved by pet parents, but they are also the only chews that are certified Fair Trade by the World Fair Trade Organization.

Tradition + Innovation

Combining ancient traditions with modern innovation, Himalayan Pet Supply chews start in the Himalayan mountains at over 15,000 feet, near Mount Everest. They are crafted with a winning combination of yak and cow milk and are 100% free from preservatives and binding agents. And since they are made for dogs, they are completely free from lactose, gluten, grain, soy, corn and wheat! 

Serving Pets and the Community

Serving Pets and the Community

Himalayan Pet Supply took part in passing the first laws in Nepal, allowing farmers to insure their livestock as capital. They also support the health and safety of farmers, their livestock and therefore the health and safety of the dogs who enjoy their treats. With rigid safety and hygiene requirements, you can rest assured that your pet is getting natural, high-quality, ethically sourced chews. 

Doing Good One Chew at a Time

Every chew sold supports Chews 4 Literacy and for every pound of cheese chewed, a book is donated to a library in Nepal through the Manaram Foundation. They have built 175 libraries in Nepal providing resources for the farmer families who work hard to provide pets with fresh ingredients. Himalayan Pet Supply also donates 100% of profits from their toy line to the Women’s Skill Development Center.

Doing Good One Chew at a Time

About Himalayan Pet Supply

In 2003, after discovering Kaos the dog loved Chhurpi, a traditional cheese chew made from the people of the Himalayas, two brothers and their friend had an idea to create a dog-friendly version. After 4 years of tweaking the ancient recipe, removing the lactose and fat content, they ended up with a tasty and savory, long-lasting chew, now known as a Himalayan Dog Chew. Himalayan Pet Supply has grown from a small company attending local pet fairs, to now a global company that’s made their mark in the pet industry by creating a new chew category for dogs.

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Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars 32 Reviews 32 Reviews 3.5 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars 3.5 / 5

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Yaky Puff Treats

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    This product is much smaller than I anticipated. I tried a single treat with my Bulldogs, ( as they love Himalayan Chews) but was concerned for a choking risk. I will not purchase these again

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Meh dogs don't seem interested in it. Seems too hard or no flavor?

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    My dog won't eat it. Gave it to 4 other dogs to try and they won't eat it either. He ate the first 2 days later. We still have the bag...

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Weird First Impression

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    So all 4 of our dogs do eat them, however they also all spit them out at first, every time! We are unsure if the initial mouth feel is undesirable or maybe the flavors, but they all spit them out when they first offered, then pick them up & eat them. Very interesting response from all four Dogs.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very hard treats

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    These treats are super hard, cant even break into pieces. I do not recommend to buy for puppies, small dogs or senior dogs.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Yaky Puff Himalayan Treats

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    Yaky Puff ia a very hard biscuit treat. Two BFFs would not eat; only crunched in half and spit out. Would not recommend for senior dogs or dogs with dental concerns.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    no yak here

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    thinking this was a YAK product (which my dog loves yak chews) I thought this was a good snack treat .... no such thing. I had to throw them out because my dog got diarrhea in the worst way after eating these. I'm sure this not the case with every dog, so be aware when feeding these.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good crunchy treat

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    All our dogs like these treats. They are crunchy enough for the huskies and easy for the little dogs. When soaked in water a few minutes they are soft enough for our older nearly toothless bichon.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Highest Quality

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    Although my bulldog didn’t love the flavor I picked, I LOVE this product and company... so I’m giving them as furbaby gifts for Christmas!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Love these

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    I bought these first in TN. I found them on chewy n am so grateful chewy had them.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not "puffed"

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    Though it says they're puffs, they are not a soft puffed treat. They are, in fact very crunchy. I bought them for a special needs dog that can only eat soft, melt in your mouth treats, and these are not an option for her. My other dog isnt really a fan either, even though he loves the yak chews

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