Himalayan Chews, Dog Chew Treat Made of Yak Milk
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- Ancient recipe from the himalayas
- All natural ingredients: yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice
- Guaranteed analysis: protein 526 -percent carbohydrates 303-percent fat 09 -percent ash food 60 -percent moisture 102 -percent
- No preservatives.The natural color may vary.
- About 2-inch around and 7-inches in length
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All Natural Ingredients: Yak and Cow Milk, Salt and Lime Juice
As with any dog treat, please supervise your dog(s) when eating our treats and be cautious to discard when all potential hazard presents itself (i.e. small pieces, choking, indigestion etc).
Top Customer Reviews
I first learned of this treat from a booth at the Portland Pet Expo, and it has turned out to be an excellent, safe chew for our golden retriever puppy. When we first gave it to her, she absolutely loved it and chewed it for 15+ minutes straight, which was quite an attention span for our then 11 week old puppy. The pet expo sold samples at a discount, but said the retail price for this size chew was ~$24, so I was glad to find it on amazon for so much less.
The himalayan chew is a combination of cow and goat cheeses, which is smoked for 7 months to produce a very hard chew which softens with puppy slobber. It does not stain, smell, or splinter. The only potential risk is a choking hazard as the chew gets small (what bone doesn't have this risk?). However, we learned a trick at the pet expo that most people here don't know:
DON'T throw away the treat. When it gets so small you worry about choking, take it away and let it dry then microwave it for 10-15 seconds. The small chunck will get 3+ times larger, and will be less dense as a result. Now it is safe again to give to your pet as a quick treat. This way there is no waste, and your pet enjoys every last bit of it.
EDIT: I have noticed it takes more like a minute in the microwave to fully expand. Your results may vary depending on the microwave power - just keep an eye on it and stop when it is no longer expanding.
Now that we have had two himalayan chews around the house for five weeks, our golden isn't quite as crazy about it as when we first got it, but she will still happily chew it over most of her toys and treats, and she hasn't finished either one yet.Read more ›
The bigger sizes can be pricey, but I'd buy. Utterly worth it. Luckily, I have littles, and for some reason, the bitty ones are a better value. Ounce by ounce the cost is the same, but with the little ones you get several treats instead of one.
I love that, compared to virtually every other chew on the market, these things make *no mess* and have *no odor*. They are a good shape and size for handling and chewing. The small ones are heck to step on in bare feet, but it's a risk I'm willing to take.
My 12 lb papillon and 15 lb chunky dachshund can get a nice firm grip on a chew and spend a pleasant afternoon with it and there will still be enough for another go. I do take them away when they reach choking-hazard size, and I wish I didn't have to, but I get nervous. They are rocks, after all. But they don't go to waste: I save them up to give to my uncle's 4 pound mini Yorkie, because then they're normal-sized for her teeny mouth.
These treats are fun to tell your friends about. Doesn't "Himalayan Dog Chew" sound impressive? Far classier than "pizzle sticks"! Those things are the antithesis of these elegant treats.
I call them "cheese" as in "Do you want your cheese?" "Where's your cheese?" "Quit burying your cheese in my pillow.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our dogs are obsessed with these. I like that I can smash it into a few large chunks that they can have throughout the house. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Daniel Stubbemann
My 6 month old boxer/beagle LOVES himalayan chews and they were a lifesaver during her teething phase! We now always have one in the housePublished 9 hours ago by L. Scafariello
This chews are a favorite of my dog. They last longer than any other chew we have tried and are apparently so delicious that my dog feels the need to bury them in the couch... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Andrew
Best dog chews ever. Long-lasting; especially if your dog likes to chew on thing they shouldn't!Published 2 days ago by Kathryn M.
These healthy chews are great for energetic chewers and they last 3- 5 days. Scraps get dried in a microwave and crunched on so there is not waste and no danger of choking.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
my dogs love these and when they get small you put them in the microwave for a short time , wait for them to cool , they puff up and its a special treat for themPublished 4 days ago by Kay