These are super smelly (like cow manure) but to be given to dogs outside for allotted times, they are perfect! Best given in bully stick holder so they don't completely disappear. They are long lasting and dogs love them.
I have two big dogs and when they get a bit restless, giving them each one of these bully sticks, gives them a safe way to redirect that energy - at least for a few mins. Great product.
wonderful treats but with the larger sizes unavailable, it is not price effective
The quality of the brand we had been buying was going down, they were getting thinner and thinner so we tried these. Good sticks and will be buying these from now on!
I got the antler pieces from this brand and my puppy loves them. So I thought these bully sticks would be a hit too... but nope. When I offer him the bully stick, he pushes it away with his nose. So, not buying it again.
I can’t even believe that these have any positive reviews. They smell like poo!! I’m really not that bothered by naturally smelling things and I’m not a wimp, but these things smelled so bad that I gagged. Other brands I’ve bought have had a natural smell, but they were tolerable. NOT THESE! They are going in the garbage. So disappointed!
These used to be thick bully sticks, worth the price. Recently these are completely thin and poor quality. I do not recommend for medium/large dogs.
My mini Schnauzer puppy loves these and they satisfy his need to know and chew.
My dog loves bully sticks and these are no exception. I’d say these are good for small-medium size dogs. Make sure to monitor your dog when giving them these as they can be a choking hazard when the pieces get small.
I have 4 dachshunds varying from 9 to 30 lbs. Their teeth were getting BAD tartar (calculus) buildup and we were getting warnings from the vet about having to pull teeth. Also their breath was getting worse. We started brushing nightly with the Petsmile toothpaste but it wasn't helping. Then we added a nightly light tooth swabbing of a 50/50 mix of aloe vera juice and hydrogen peroxide after brushing. This combined with the toothpaste seemed to soften the tartar but would not remove it. There needed to be an abrasive action. I tried several products but these were the only ones that seemed safe enough to me. Bones, antlers, chicken feet, rawhide all seemed to come with dire warnings. The dogs get 15 minutes with these per day, that's all. After 2 weeks, in conjunction with the nightly brushing and aloe+peroxide swab the tartar is coming off and their breath has improved significantly. Sometimes the dog's gum's get sore due to the aggressive chewing. We back off and give them the Virbac CET Veggie Dent Tartar Dog Chews. These are softer and the dogs chew them up quick but they still get some plaque removal benefit though these are too soft to remove the tartar. The smallest dog (9lbs) ONLY gets the VeggieDent and not the bully sticks as the sticks are too much for him. Lastly, when these bully sticks get short enough that the dogs might swallow them whole, we drill a hole in the end of the bully stick and bolt on a piece of PVC water pipe so they can't swallow the whole thing. During their 15 minutes of chew time we monitor them so they don't swallow anything whole. I wrote this to help other owners worried about their dogs teeth like I was but not wanting to shell out thousands for a dental cleaning and putting the dogs under anesthetic.