These chews were the best that I’ve found! My two Goldens chewed for days! Other brands have not lasted this long! Super happy with them
I was really excited about the deal on the 2lbs of yak cheese because my dog loves these chews and they take awhile to chew through - however, the first day I gave my dog one of these, I literally thought someone was smoking cigarettes right outside of my window until I realized it was the chew that smelled aggressively like cigarettes. DO NOT BUY
I’ve tried literally every brand of yak chew available on Chewy and this one is by far the best for my two large dogs. You get a lot for the money and they don’t crumble and break easily like some of the others. These actually take my dogs a while to get through, some of the other they could eat in an hour, this brand takes them days if not over a week.
My huskies love these. Long lasting and don't leave a nasty smell anywhere!!!
My dog has no interest in chewing on things he can't eat I've tried nylabones, Benebones because that's what the service dog agency recommends I said is there anything that he can eat? They said Himalayan cheese chews. He loves them! And they last for a couple days at least for my dogs chewing style. He's 70 lb I will never buy dental chews again! I'm sticking to these! They don't smell they don't stain and they seem to do a pretty decent job of cleaning his teeth.
My bernese and goldens absolutely LOVED these. Great size for them too!
These chews were so hard they split in pieces. Was afraid to give them to my pups thinking they might swallow a sharp piece. Otherwise I think they are good
I purchased these for a pit bull I was watching for a friend. The bully sticks were only lasting him mere minutes. These lasted a day. I had hoped to get three or more days. My Newfoundland’s tried them, but they didn’t hold their interest and pit bull ended up stealing them when they abandoned them. I won’t be trying again.
These last forever and are great for the dog who wants to chew on everything. I shared them with a friend who has a Rotweiler and Pitbull mix and they have done very well with them.
I tried this brand because they had a box of many bones. The bones came rock solid to the point that my 60-pound bulldog's gums were bleeding without being able to make any chew marks on the bone. I now see that these bones are labeled "Tibetan Dog Chew" instead of "Yak Cheese" which is what my usual bones are branded. Chewy was great and issued credit and ordered the Yak Cheese bones I had ordered before.