Jack & Pup Cow Ear Dog Treats, 15 count

By Jack & Pup
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About This Item


  • Single ingredient cow ears are made with grass-fed, free-range cattle raised without hormones or antibiotics.
  • High in protein and low in fat, this low-calorie treat can be part of a healthy diet for your furry friend.
  • 100% digestible treats serve as a great alternative to rawhide treats and will have your pal feeling his best after each one.
  • Firm texture of 100% natural treat helps to support your pal’s dental health as chewing removes tarter and buildup.
  • Premium grade quality treat has been handpicked, thoroughly inspected and made in a USDA Human Grade Certified Facility to guarantee quality.

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Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions

I recently bought these cow ears for my dogs and I noticed there was one with the cattle's identification number still tattooed in the ear. Is it still safe for my dogs to eat?
Answer by ChewyMay 03, 2019
The tattoo on the ear is completely safe for your dog to eat. These tattoos are not common, only being about 1 in 100 treats.

How many calories are in one Cow Ear? Thanks
Answer by ChewyAug 07, 2019
As these are a natural treat that vary in size, they contain approximately 30-35 calories per ear.

Are these ears irradiated?
Answer by ChewyDec 17, 2020
These cow ears are carefully prepared without being exposed to radiation, chemicals, or preservatives in a process proprietary to the manufacturer.

Where are these sourced from ?
Answer by ChewyMay 05, 2018
These treats are a product of Brazil.

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Rated 3.5056 out of 5 stars
89 Ratings
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89 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Beth on Mar 28, 2023

The Smell and Look are Off

I grew up on a farm, and these smell worse than an actual cow barn. They don't look like the ones I've purchased before that were white and had a nominal odor. These are brown and greasy and smelly. (Note: I tried to upload a photo, but it kept crashing the app.) My dog ate one and it didn't agree with her, so I'm throwing out the bag before it stinks up my house any more.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By dogs on May 10, 2023

My dog loves these!!

My dog loves these!! I give him one each night to chew before bed and he gets so excited.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By GoldenHuey on Dec 14, 2022

cow ear treats for dogs

I don’t know what the deal is but neither of my dogs (golden retriever 8 months and large mutt 10 years old) will not eat these. They show zero interest and leave them on the floor. Can’t say other dogs wouldn’t enjoy it but my dogs are both extremely good motivated so it makes me wonder why they don’t like these at all.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By GeeMee on Nov 24, 2022

Upset stomach

I bought these as an occasional treat for my puppy to chew on, but these gave him horrible gas and then diarrhea. I narrowed it down to these specifically by trying them out twice. I would not recommend. He has had other brands of cow ears previously with no problem.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Josie on Sep 28, 2022

Product not as pictured

Product not as pictured on website. No mention of Cow Ears...just premium treats. Also website does not disclose this product is made and processed in Brazil packaged only in US. I never feed my dog anything not processed in the USA Plus had a testy conversation with customer service regarding this purchase. As a long term customer of Chewy this is my only negative transaction.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Allie on Feb 11, 2023

Good price

standard cow ears! dogs loved them. long lasting gentle on teeth

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By DCole on Oct 27, 2022

Tummy issues

These gave my dog terrible runs for quite awhile. I do not recommend and will not be giving her any more.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Timothy on Sep 16, 2022

Good Quality!

I purchased the same item from a local vendor recently and the cow ears were half the size. I was very pleased with the products I received from Chewy.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Zeus on Aug 16, 2022

Great Dog Treat

My pup loves this treat and enjoys chewing on it. It's one of his favorites and last a good amount of time.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Dunkie on Mar 11, 2022

Please check your bag for quality concerns

I buy a lot of treats from this brand. I have always been extremely comfortable giving them to my dogs. The most recent bag of cow ears I purchased smelled different and had weird spots. I thought they looked like mold, but I decided my mind was playing tricks on me because cow ears simply aren't pretty to look at. I gave them to my dogs. A couple of hours later, they had all kinds of tummy trouble. I chalked that up as a fluke until it happened again a second time. The only difference in their diet was the new bag of cow ears. I can't say this was a definitive cause of their illness, but a repeat was once too many for me to continue to give these treats to my pups. I tossed the remainder of the bag and let Chewy know I had experienced a problem. Hopefully, it was just an issue with this one bag, but I want to let other pet parents know to keep an eye out.